The Vatican said Sunday Pope Benedict XVI is investigating clergymen's accusations of inappropriate behavior on the part of Cardinal Keith O'Brien of Scotland.
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Cardinal Keith O'Brien, head of the Catholic Church in Scotland, said Friday priests should not be bound by a vow of celibacy.
Cardinal Keith O'Brien urges British Catholics to "wear proudly a symbol of the cross of Christ," in response to the recent "marginalization" of religion.
The most senior Roman Catholic clergyman in Britain says the BBC is biased against "Christianity in general and Catholicism in particular."
The head of the Roman Catholic church in Scotland plans to apologize for sexual abuse of children in his Easter homily.
The British government is reportedly drawing up legislation that would allow a Roman Catholic to succeed to the throne.
A leading Roman Catholic Church prelate condemns a proposed British law that would ease restrictions on embryos, with one cardinal calling it "grotesque."
A Scottish factory worker who became a nun could be on track for sainthood or at least beatification.
Cardinal Keith O'Brien, head of Scotland's Roman Catholic Church, called on Catholic politicians to oppose abortion and compared the practice to a massacre.