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Welsh politicians have called for the people of Catalonia to be allowed to determine their own future after a Spanish court over-ruled decisions on autonomy.
The Catholic Church in Scotland is being questioned over plans to charge parishioners for the cost of going to see the Pope on his visit to Glasgow.
A senior church figure and a cross-party political coalition is recommending a legal change in Scotland to give same-sex couples full marriage rights.
The Moderator of the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland has backed the Scottish Government’s plans to replace short prison sentences with community payback orders.
As the latest manifestation of its ongoing financial crisis, and a further retrenchment in its social care, the Church of Scotland has announced the closure of an Argyll residential rehabilitation unit.
A freelance shepherd from the Scottish Borders will cycle the entire Scottish coast this summer to raise money for international development agency Christian Aid.
Dr John Sentamu issued a reminder at the closing worship service of the Edinburgh 2010 conference that the verdict on Christianity rests on the shoulders of its adherents.
Pope Benedict XVI has sent a formal greeting to delegates, visitors and staff attending the Edinburgh 2010 event exploring world Christianity and its mission in the modern world.
The most effective means for 21st-century mission will be found in attitudes of “hope and humility”, a US professor has told the Edinburgh 2010 world Christianity gathering.
Within the lifetime of participants in the Edinburgh 2010 conference, says Professor Dana Robert, “Christianity has undergone one of the biggest changes in its two thousand year history."