Police crack down on Christians’ resistance to lockdown; Macron rails against English language media over reports of recent murders; 300 faith organisations support charity events on Mitzvah Day
A report from the Woolf Institute suggests religion is a greater driver of prejudice than racism or xenophobia. Workplace friendships are key to breaking down misconceptions but working from home could lead to an increase in racism and prejudice.
Religion drives prejudice more than racism or xenophobia; Bishops call on government to sign treaty banning nuclear weapons; Jewish News gifted to independent community news foundation; HMS Dragon lit up to celebrate Diwali
The Indian festival of lights, celebrated by millions of Hindus Sikhs and Jains, moves online with music and dance programmes, while families stay at home to party.
Irish priests suffering from hate comments for online services; President Macron urges international response against Islamist terrorism; Court orders blood transfusion for 15 year old Jehovah’s Witness
The story of Theodore McCarrick, former cardinal and sex abuser, is at the centre of a struggle between supporters and opponents of Pope Francis and Donald Trump, which is unlikely to be resolved by the inquiry.
Cardinal Vincent Nichols put church before victims of sexual abuse; Three Popes failed to curb Theodore McCarrick; The impact of Covid-19 on Muslim communities and lessons learned