A former Auxiliary Bishop Emeritus of Liverpool has died with Covid-19 this morning. Vincent Malone lost his life after contracting the coronavirus at the age of 89 last week. The current Bishop of Liverpool, Paul Bayes, paid his respects to Bishop Vincent. He wrote: "Giving thanks to God for the life of RC Bishop Vincent Malone, auxiliary-emeritus of Liverpool, who has died. "May he rest in peace and rise in glory." Bishop Vincent became the administrator of Liverpool Metropolitan Cathedral ( Image: Colin Lane/Liverpool Echo) The Bishop was trained for priesthood at St Joseph's College in Liverpool before he was ordained as a priest at St Oswald's Church in 1955. He became a chaplain at the University of Liverpool after spending a number of years teaching at Cardinal Allen Grammar School. In 1979 he became the administrator of the Metropolitan Cathedral. On May 13, 1989 he was made the Titular Bishop of Abora and the Auxiliary Bishop of Liverpool. He … [Read more...] about Former Bishop of Liverpool dies aged 89 after catching coronavirus last week
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The 96 victims of the Hillsborough disaster have been honoured with the Freedom of the City of Liverpool following the 27-year battle for justice. In a remarkable move, the prestigious award was presented posthumously to the victims of the tragedy, as well as key figures in the decades-long campaign . Councillors formally agreed to bestow the honour with a unanimous vote at a meeting of the full council at the city's town hall today, the Liverpool Echo reports. As well as the men, women and children who died after the disaster on April 15, 1989, a motion by city Mayor Joe Anderson asked members of the local authority to make the award to former Bishop of Liverpool, The Right Reverend James Jones, Professor Phil Scraton and Kenny and Marina Dalglish. Mayor Anderson said it is the first time ever Liverpool has awarded the highest civic honour posthumously. Councillors formally agreed to bestow the Freedom of the City award at Liverpool's town hall today The names of … [Read more...] about 96 Hillsborough victims honoured with prestigious Freedom of the City of Liverpool award after 27-year fight for justice
September 27, 2022 - 20:48 BST Kelly Ripa sent pulses soaring in a figure-flattering plunging red dress during appearance on Live Kelly Ripa pulled out all the stops for her show Live with Kelly and Ryan this week when she wowed in a very bold dress. Fans couldn't get enough of her appearance in the bright, red dress with a plunging neckline and full sleeves. MORE: Kelly Ripa's son shares his 'finest work yet' from inside mom's stunning home She showed off her fit physique in the figure-flattering outfit as she interviewed style-icon, Kim Kardashian , who was on the show. Loading the player... WATCH: Kelly Ripa and Mark Consuelos' love story Viewers commented on the clip which was posted to Lives' Instagram feed and said she looked "beautiful," and "stunning," and others loved the color on her. Kelly has been busy promoting her new book, Live Wire, which was released today. MORE: Kelly Ripa's … [Read more...] about Kelly Ripa is red hot in daring plunging dress as fans weigh in
Being proclaimed King hasn’t dampened Charles’s passion for the environment, with the new monarch hoping to attend the UN’s COP27 conference in Sharm El-Sheikh in November Being proclaimed King hasn’t dampened Charles’s passion for the environment, with the new monarch hoping to attend the UN’s COP27 conference in Sharm El-Sheikh in November. But he may find his regal wings clipped. Able to speak freely on green matters when the conference was held in Glasgow last year, he might find that It could be the first flashpoint of their relationship and a test of whether King Charles is prepared to toe the Government line on one of his passions. Has Charles inherited his alleged volcanic temper from his grandfather The elevation of Charles means that the Church of England is finally obliged to mention Camilla by name in the State Prayers. When Diana was married to Charles she was regularly prayed for and, after Camilla wed Charles, Chapel Royal Prebendary Willie Booth … [Read more...] about EPHRAIM HARDCASTLE: Will King’s green credentials be reined in?
Eugenie (right) and Beatrice at the Queen's funeral As part of the deal to allow TV access to the Queen 's funeral, Buckingham Palace insisted that specific personal scenes never be broadcast again. The banned footage includes Edward and Sophie discreetly weeping in Westminster Abbey, Eugenie and Zara wiping their eyes, George wiping and scratching his nose, a courtier removing the bolts from the Imperial Crown atop HM's coffin, and the casket being lowered into the crypt. Now Paris's hippest and most-watched political chat show Quotidien has gleefully seized the list, replaying every 'forbidden' moment to its millions of viewers in France , Belgium and Switzerland. Francais perfide! The Queen's pallbearers are set to receive superior gongs to the anticipated MBEs. A source says the bearers, as well as those who bore her coffin in other places on its journey south from Balmoral, will be honoured in a Demise Honours List being prepared by the King's team. This will … [Read more...] about EPHRAIM HARDCASTLE: Touching moments of Queen’s funeral you’ll never see again