Catholic voters in America have been evenly split between Donald Trump and Joe Biden and despite the election and insurrection on Capitol Hill , positions remain entrenched.
Christopher Lamb outlines four religion stories to look out for in 2021 – faith groups dealing with the pandemic, a new faith department in UK government, Pope Francis in Iraq and Joe Biden’s faith values impacting America.
By Christopher Lamb Labour’s shadow faith minister today resigned for what she has described as “misjudged” comments during a Religion […]
A government review on the relationship between faith and state is likely to recommend how to tackle religious illiteracy inside Whitehall and establish a special office to handle faith matters.
Anti-Islamic sentiment is rising in France after a history teacher was beheaded for showing caricatures of the Prophet Mohammed to his class. Muslim leaders have condemned the attack as against the teachings of Islam.
The white Catholic vote is seen as crucial to success in the US presidential election, with abortion and social justice key issues and Joe Biden’s living faith a galvanising factor.
An enormous prayer monument, which has received planning permission to be built on the outskirts of Birmingham, will be unashamedly Christian and will not include prayers from other faiths.
Former Blair government minister Ruth Kelly, says there is an undercurrent of hostility towards religion in the UK. A devout Catholic and supporter of Opus Dei, she is one of six women chosen to sit on the Vatican’s Council for the Economy. She was speaking in a RMC zoom briefing.
President Trump says his Democrat rival Joe Biden is against God. Biden, a devout Roman Catholic said this was shameful and listed the way faith informs his life.