CROWDS gathered to witness the blessing of the island’s emergency boats during a special ceremony yesterday.
A LEADING clergyman has claimed that the turmoil engulfing Egypt was an example of why rectors should retain their historic vote to elect Guernsey’s jurats.
PRAYERS have been said at Roman Catholic schools across the island to mark the choosing of a new Pope.
THE first ever Latin American Pope was elected last night.
CATHOLIC figureheads yesterday paid tribute to Pope Benedict XVI after the 85-year-old announced that he would resign at the end of the month.
GUERNSEY’S lay representative has defended his decision to vote against a move to allow women bishops.
IT’S never good when politics and religion get mixed up.
MONEY to maintain Guernsey’s church buildings should continue to come from islanders, the new Bishop of Winchester has said on his first official visit to the island.
GUERNSEY’S director of public health has welcomed comments the Pope made about the use of condoms not always being wrong.
AS A practising lawyer and former conseiller, Advocate John Langlois is no stranger to controversy or to putting his head above the parapet. Yet his trusteeship and support for the Guernsey-based Centre of Intelligent Design will have raised many eyebrows.