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The extent and limits of the Pope's authority should be clearly defined in the context of today's world.

Public Launch of Catholic Scholars' Declaration

On Tuesday 5th of March at 12.00 noon the Declaration was publicly launched in Committee Room 8 of the House of Commons in London, UK. About 40 people were present, among them representatives from the media. The Declaration had been opened for endorsement from the 11th of October last year, but never been launched for the media.

Some Photographs from the event.

Lord Hylton

Lord Hylton speaking for the underprivileged and marginalised worldwide

John Wijngaards introduces the Declaration

From left to right: Miriam Duignan, Jackie Clackson, John Wijngaards, Siobhain McDonagh

Speakers hold up the Declaration with signatures

A view of some of the people attending

Some of the people attending the launch of the Declaration

From left to right: John Wijngaards, Ursula King, Lord Hylton, Helena Kennedy,

signing the Declaration

From left to right: John Wijngaards, Siobhain McDonagh, Lord Hylton

signing the Declaration

From left to right: John Wijngaards, Ursula King, Helena Kennedy, Siobhain McDonagh