Scottish Charity Appeal Panel rules that St Margaret’s can keep its charitable status
Topic: Catholic adoption agencies
In the first of our interviews with prominent critics of the Church, the Stonewall chief executive explains his views on same-sex marriage, the adoption agencies and Soho Masses
How many Catholic adoption societies have actually closed down; and how many are now quietly handing children over to gay adoptive parents?
Which formerly Catholic adoption societies have changed their names, accepted the law, and been quietly accepted by their bishops?
Neil Addison says that a Catholic adoption agency in Glasgow is waging a lonely battle for our freedoms
St Margaret’s Children and Family Care Society ruling could have implications for same-sex marriage
Bishop Kieran Conry has said that demands for gay marriage are not necessarily representative of the desires of the gay community
Archbishop Nichols says he is in favour of gay civil unions: but that legally includes the right to adopt. So why did we lose our adoption agencies?
The teaching of the Church on civil unions is clear enough: does the archbishop support it or not?
Otherwise you will prove just how empty your words are
Catholic Care in Leeds must either close some of its adoption services or sever ties with the Church