New data from Britain: 53 percent of adults say they have ‘no religion’

More than half of the people in Britain say they no longer belong to a religion, said data released Sept. 5 by NatCen Social Research.
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Pope tells Belgian Brothers of Charity no more euthanasia for patients

The group can expect to face legal action and even expulsion from the church if it fails to change its policy.
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British baby Charlie Gard dies in hospice care

Charlie Gard, the British baby whose legal battle caught the attention of the world, died July 28, just over a week before his first birthday, his family announced.
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Pope, others pray as parents of Charlie Gard end legal struggle for help

Pope Francis is praying for the parents of Charlie Gard after a U.S. doctor told them nothing could be done to help their son.
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Nigerian calls West’s imposition of abortion ‘cultural supremacy’

Uju Ekeocha, the founder of Culture of Life Africa, a U.K.-based pro-life group, said wealthy nations pumping money into the promotion and funding of abortions in Africa were behaving like "old colonial masters."
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Pope, English church leaders offer prayers after Manchester Arena attack

Pope Francis decried the “barbaric attack” on concertgoers in Manchester, adding his voice to Catholic leaders dismayed at what British officials said was the deadliest case of terrorism since 2005.
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Belgian Brothers to allow euthanasia for nonterminal psych patients

Carine Brochier, a Catholic bioethicist from Brussels, said she was certain that political and financial pressure was exerted on the Brothers of Charity Group to allow euthanasia.
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