Various people from different cultural backgrounds presented Pope Francis’s new Encyclical “Fratelli tutti” in the Vatican’s new Synod Hall on Sunday.
Pope Francis reflects on the Gospel of the Day, stressing that even today, God expects the fruits of His vineyard.
"We exist only in relationships: with God the Creator, with our brothers and sisters as members of a common family, and with all of God’s creatures within our common home. We cannot live in harmony with creation if we are not at peace with the Creator who is the source and origin of all things."
Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) Jesuit, Fr. Max Senker Musam-Adia, the Director of Mwapusukeni Technical College in Lubumbashi says the education of young people is an integral mission of the Society of Jesus.
Plans for the reconstruction of the barracks and headquarters of the Pontifical Swiss Guard in Vatican City, to make it eco- and family-friendly, have been unveiled in the Vatican.
On the anniversary of St Francis of Assisi's death, Pope Francis celebrates Mass before the Saint's tomb and signs his Encyclical "Fratelli tutti".
Pope Francis sends a message to the new newspaper “Blue and Green” highlighting the importance of a ‘media ecology’ to serve the common good through media.
The Vatican Secretary of State is in Milan for the 150th anniversary of PIME’s presence in China. “It is necessary to continue the dialogue so it can bear greater fruit,” the Cardinal says. “In these two years, I have noticed signs of growing closeness among Chinese Catholics who have long been divided on many issues.”
In a message on the occasion of the “purple month” of October in Lima, Pope Francis assured Peruvians that the “Lord of Miracles” never abandons us.
October 3 is the anniversary of the death of St Francis of Assisi, also known as the Poverllo of Assisi. Learn more about this person and his secret of holiness.
Cardinal Pietro Parolin, the Vatican Secretary of State, speaks on the Church's history after the experience of the breach of Porta Pia, at a meeting organized to commemorate the 150th anniversary of the annexation of Rome into the Kingdom of Italy.
The humanitarian, development and advocacy arm of the Catholic Church in the Philippines is pressuring President Rodrigo Duterte to make good on his promise to ban coal-generated factories in the country.
An e-book publication from the Dicastery for the Laity, Family and Life collects the proceedings from the first international conference on the pastoral care for the elderly to serve as an instrument for the development of a “true pastoral ministry” for the elderly.
Pope Francis is certain of this and is repeating it to everyone: we will emerge either better or worse after the pandemic The global crisis requires that the parameters of human co-existence be rethought through the lens of solidarity. Based on this foundational idea, the "Covid-19: Building a Healthier Future" has been created in collaboration with the Dicastery for Promoting Integral Human Development, to offer a vision that might lead to the beginning of a new fraternity after the pandemic.
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 21:33-43 of the Twentieth-Seventh Sunday in Ordinary Time.
As the United Nations marks the International Day of Non-Violence on Friday, the UN chief is reiterating his call for a global ceasefire and a focus on humanity’s common enemy, Covid-19.
Ahead of the October 4th Swiss Guard swearing-in ceremony, Pope Francis on Friday receives 38 new members of the Corps, telling them the oath they will take is also “a declaration of fidelity to your baptismal vocation.”
Cardinal Luis Antonio Tagle, the Prefect of the Congregation for the Evangelization of Peoples, highlights the Season of Creation as a time to celebrate in prayer and also to rediscover our vocation as stewards of creation.
UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres issued a message for the International Day of Older Persons, which is celebrated annually on October 1. Over the next three decades, the number of older persons worldwide is expected to more than double, reaching more than 1.5 billion persons in 2050.
A row erupts on Thursday over the Spanish government’s decision to lockdown the city of Madrid amid a surge in coronavirus cases.