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Bishop Egan welcomes Government move on Liverpool Care Pathway

Bishop Egan, centre (Photo: Mazur/catholicnews.org.uk)

Bishop says he is ‘delighted’ that cash incentives for NHS Trusts taking up the LCP now seem likely to be abolished

Peer calls for Liverpool Care Pathway to be abolished

Lord Carlile says doctors who put patients on the end-of-life pathway without their consent should be struck off (Photo: PA)

Lord Carlile says doctors who put patients on the end-of-life pathway without their consent should be struck off

Tyburn Nuns to open first convent in Africa as order grows worldwide

Tyburn Nuns pictured in Peru

Convent in northern Nigeria will be the order’s seventh to open in 20 years

Archbishops: It is not too late to stop this shambolic Bill

Left, Archbishop Smith; centre, Archbishop Nichols (CNS photo/Paul Haring)

Archbishops of Westminster and Southwark urge faithful to oppose Bill on same-sex marriage

Government opens inquiry into Liverpool Care Pathway

Norman Lamb, Lib Dem MP and care minister (Photo: PA)

Archbishop Smith had asked the Department of Health to launch an inquiry in September

Sydney bishop says at Oxford University: let’s not kill off elderly to cut costs

Bishop Fisher: 'Age must not be a criterion of health care distribution' (Photo: PA)

In a lecture Bishop Anthony Fisher says cost-cutting may lead to a compromise on basic moral principles

Lay people to preside at funerals in Liverpool

Archdiocese of Liverpool is first in England and Wales to commission lay ministers to celebrate funeral ceremonies

Nick Clegg tells archbishops: I did not use the word ‘bigot’

Nick Clegg wrote to Dr Rowan Williams, Archbishop of Canterbury, as well as Archbishop Vincent Nichols (Photo: PA)

The Deputy Prime Minister distances himself from remark in letter to Anglican and Catholic leaders

Marie Stopes makes new legal threat to pro-lifers

Pro-lifers pray outside an abortion clinic in Bedford Square, London (PA photo)

Lawyers acting for Marie Stopes threaten to report activists to the Advertising Standards Authority

Two women and a man enter a civil partnership in Brazil

Newlyweds pose for a photo (Photo: AP)

Sao Paulo notary said she could find no ‘legal impediment’ to the union