In a pastoral letter for Advent 2020, the Bishops of Zimbabwe highlight the importance of solidarity, national cohesion and reconciliation in the southern African nation.
Pope Francis sends a video message to a seminar on the Covid-19 pandemic in Latin America, and says the crisis has revealed the plight of the marginalized.
The President of the Pontifical Academy for Life, Archbishop Vincenzo Paglia highlights the transmission of life in its relation to spousal love and reproductive technologies during a virtual forum on Wednesday.
In this week's edition of "Gospel Truth”, the late Jill Bevilacqua and Seán-Patrick Lovett bring us readings and reflections from the Gospel of St. Matthew 25:31-46 of the Thirty-fourth Sunday in Ordinary Time, the Solemnity of Christ, King of the Universe.
The bishop of Kurnool has been transferred to Hyderabad Archdiocese.
Pope Francis writes a message to the Passionists on the 300th anniversary of their foundation, and urges them to renew their charism and mission by focusing on gratitude, prophecy, and hope.
Inspired by Pope Francis, young people from around the world are meeting online over the course of three days to contemplate ideas and offer practical proposals for a new global economy.
At this week’s General Audience, Pope Francis launched a special invitation to love the Church, because she is our home.
Human rights activist Father Stan Swamy, who suffers from Parkinson’s disease and other health conditions, is in prison for his links with Maoist insurgents, an allegation he has denied. In a letter, he describes the spirit of his fellow prisoners.
Valentina Rotondi, a social scientist with training in applied economics and econometrics, is a part of the Central Organizing Committee of "The Economy of Francesco". She talks about her long-term aims and expectations for the event.
In an unprecedented move, US Legal Authorities have announced they are dropping all drug trafficking and money laundering charges against Mexico`s former Minister of Defense.
The President of the US Bishops’ Conference announces the creation of a working group to address Biden policies “that are against some fundamental values we hold dear as Catholics.”
The US Bishops’ Fall Meeting centred on pastoral responses to Covid-19 and racism, as well as sexual abuse by clergy.
Vatican Secretary for Relations with States, Archbishop Paul Richard Gallagher addressed the “Ministerial to Advance Religious Freedom”, held online, Nov. 16-17. The forum brings together leaders from around the world to discuss the challenges facing religious freedom.
The Bishops Conferences of Europe highlight the values of solidarity, fraternity and unity as keystones to guiding the continent’s path to a better society.
Pope Francis reflects on prayer and on how the Virgin Mary, who entrusted herself to God with docility, is a model for our own lives.
For the past eleven years, Cameroon has been faced with two outrageous armed conflicts. With no peace prospects in sight, the living is dire for many refugees.
Cardinal Luis Antonio Tagle led an online formation session on Fratelli tutti on Tuesday for participants from the World Union of Catholic Women’s Organisations (WUCWO). He highlighted that the Encyclical inspires us on our path to building a better world of social friendship, universal love and fraternity.
Si Chun Lam, a young data scientist and creative professional based in Coventry, UK, speaks of the work of the young economists, entrepreneurs and change makers in the weeks and months leading up to the Economy of Francesco event.
Despite cautious but encouraging news about Covid-19 vaccines and potential new tools against the disease, the head of the World Health Organization is warning that “this is not the time for complacency.”