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Justice Secretary urged to say if changes will be made to Hate Crime Bill

Justice Secretary Humza Yousaf is being urged to make clear if the Scottish Government will change controversial new hate crime legislation before the end of Holyrood’s October break. MSPs on the Scottish Parliament’s Justice Committee are due to begin their scrutiny of the proposals then. And committee convener Adam Tomkins...
Justice Secretary urged to say if changes will be made to Hate Crime Bill

Euthanasia would be a defeat for human dignity, Spanish legislators warned

Euthanasia legislation is headed for the Spanish Senate and, if passed, it would be a defeat for human dignity and would affirm a self-centred view of life that proposes death as a solution to one's problems, the Spanish bishops' conference said. ‘To insist on 'the right to euthanasia' is typical...
Euthanasia would be a defeat for human dignity, Spanish legislators warned

Pope thanks elderly and ill priests for faithful and silent witness to Gospel

Pope Francis reminded elderly and ill priests that they need not be afraid of suffering because Christ is always there to help them carry that cross. With God's grace, their situation, which was made even more difficult and risky because of the Covid-19 pandemic and strict protocols for containing its...
Pope thanks elderly and ill priests for faithful and silent witness to Gospel
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