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Cardinal Vincent Nichols

Pope Francis authorises canonisation of Cardinal John Henry Newman

For me the truly remarkable nature of this moment is that this is an English parish priest being declared a saint ... I hope every parish priest in England will hold his head high today knowing Cardinal Newman is declared a saint – Cardinal Vincent Nichols.

2019.02.14.

UK Cardinal backs anti-trafficking conference in Nigeria

Organised by the Santa Marta Group (preventing human trafficking and modern slavery), the conference has as its theme ‘Church and state working together to restore dignity to trafficked persons’.

2018.11.14.

UK asylum system is marked by “deliberate cruelty”

“The people we serve are those made destitute by the asylum process." – Sarah Teather, former MP and director of JRS in Britain.

2018.07.23.

Queen awards MBE to Loreto nun for her anti-trafficking work

Prestigious honour recognises Sr Imelda Poole’s "outstanding service in combatting human trafficking and modern slavery".

2018.06.10.

Words of comfort from the UK

“May God bless Ireland and its generous hearted people. May that love, in every family, be a protection for the unborn, whatever the law may now permit.”

2018.05.31.

Santa Marta Group and the fight against human trafficking

Always remember the victim at the centre of this evil crime; the enslaved person who demands our action in combating trafficking - Cardinal Nichols

2018.02.11.

Women’s evidence convicts their traffickers

Caritas Bakhita House provides women escaping modern slavery and human trafficking with safety. In 2016 some 50 people availed of its services.

2018.02.01.

Churches congratulate Prince on engagement

Over 10,000 women of great heart and right conscience have graduated from Immaculate Heart, and we are proud to count actress and humanitarian @meghanmarkle among them.

2017.11.29.

Church leaders pray for Manchester bomb victims

“We must all commit ourselves to working together, in every way, to help the victims and their families and to build and strengthen our community solidarity” – Bishop John Arnold of Salford.

2017.05.23.

Church in England concerned about Irish in UK post Brexit

EU citizens living in the UK must not live in fear of not being allowed to stay, says spokesman for bishops of England and Wales.

2017.04.01.

Archbishop of Westminster call for prayers

The Cardinal was among religious leaders from different traditions who gathered for a vigil on Friday for the victims of Wednesday’s attack in Westminster.

2017.03.29.

Irish nun among Gazan Catholics greeted by Cardinal Nichols

President of the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of England and Wales praises “witness and strength” of small Catholic community of 170 people out of a total population of 1.8 million.

2016.11.09.

Cardinal apologises for forced adoptions in UK

“Sadly for unmarried mothers, adoption was considered to be in the best interests of the mother and child”.

2016.11.06.

English primate welcomes sponsorship scheme for Syrian refugees

Calls on Catholic parishes to following Pope Francis' lead and "get involved".

2016.07.20.

Primate looks forward to working with UK’s new PM ‘in common good’

Struggle against human trafficking demonstrates new PM's commitment to the most vulnerable.

2016.07.13.

Pope & Church leaders respond to Brexit vote

“Many people in Ireland fear the impact that this momentous decision will have on their lives in ways that are still incalculable and unknown" - Archbishop Jackson.

2016.06.25.

More dialogue between state & faiths urged

Head of the Church in England and Wales, Cardinal Vincent Nichols, gives address at symposium on St Thomas a Becket at Lambeth Palace.

2016.05.28.

Tributes to Francis on third anniversary of election

Cardinal Vincent Nichols and We Are Church Ireland commend Pope on the vitality and freshness that he has sustained over the past three years.

2016.03.13.

First Catholic service at Hampton Court in 450 years

Saying that the service was a “celebration of a common agenda”, Bishop Chartres concluded, “Welcome home Cardinal.”

2016.02.11.

Belfast-born bishop ordained in Westminster

Bishop Paul McAleenan studied in St Patrick's College, Thurles. Prior to his episcopal ordination, he was a priest of the Diocese of Westminster for over 40 years.

2016.01.27.

Belfast man appointed auxiliary in Westminster

Canon Paul McAleenan studied for the priesthood in St Patrick's College Thurles. Cardinal Nichols will preside at episcopal ordination on 25 January.

2015.12.21.

Westminster accredited as Living Wage employer

Cardinal Nichols praises voluntary accreditation scheme saying it allows employers show they value their employees.

2015.11.04.

Pontiff marks 50th anniversary of Synod of Bishops

Cardinal Vincent Nichols highlights the importance and influence of the Synod of Bishops on the life and mission of the Church in Europe.

2015.10.18.

Martin & Nichols lend support to Holy Land Christians

Widespread dismay at continuing construction of Cremisan Valley wall which will separate 58 Christian families from their lands and livelihood.

2015.09.17.

Oppose assisted suicide bill Cardinal Nichols urges

“Helping someone to commit suicide compromises the fundamental human dignity of both parties involved. Assisted suicide is assisted killing.”

2015.09.04.

CAFOD calls for urgent reconstruction in Gaza

Not a single destroyed house has been rebuilt and at least 100,000 people remain displaced.

2015.08.27.

Service marks tenth anniversary of London bombings

“We belong to different faith traditions, but we share a common grief at the suffering which has been inflicted on so many of our fellow men and women."

2015.07.08.

Irishman appointed Bishop of Nottingham

61-year-old Mgr Patrick McKinney from Buncrana Co Donegal will be ordained Bishop of Nottingham by Cardinal Vincent Nichols on Friday 3 July.

2015.06.03.

Nichols warns Cameron of challenges ahead

Results “cannot disguise a deeply divided nation, one which has rarely been more fragile and is heading into a precarious future.”

2015.05.11.

Richard III is finally laid to rest in Leicester

“Richard was not a man of peace. The times in which he lived and the role into which he was born did not permit that. But now we pray for his eternal peace” - Cardinal Nichols.

2015.03.24.
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