Cardinal Jean-Claude Hollerich comments on Pope Francis' letter to Europe, describing the importance of looking to the future, together, so that significant changes can be made for the entire world.
The #endSARS protest is a movement mainly defined by Nigerian youths who are confronting police brutality in Nigeria. Many of them, profiled for their fashion choices or belongings, are speaking out against a controversial police anti-robbery unit known as SARS.
In the wake of the brutal murders of several school children in southwestern Cameroon on Saturday, Bishop Agapitus Nfon of Kumba reflects on the nation’s socio-political crisis, and thanks Pope Francis for his words of consolation and support.
The Pope will celebrate Mass in the Vatican for the feast of All Souls. There will be no faithful present due to Coronavirus restrictions.
In comments to Polish-speaking pilgrims during the General Audience on Wednesday, Pope Francis launches an appeal to defend life from conception to its natural end.
The Jesuits say they are shocked and outraged at the killing of innocent school children, by gunmen, in the troubled city of Kumba, southwest Cameroon.
Pope Francis approves the promulgation of decrees which bring four women and five men a step closer to sainthood.
Pope Francis continues his catechesis on prayer inviting the faithful to persevere in prayer in every moment of their lives, even in the most difficult, and in those in which we feel the burden of our sins.
After gunmen killed at least six children in a private school in Kumba, Cameroon, on Saturday, Bishop Agapitus Nfon calls on the government to find a lasting solution to the problem, and invites the faithful to dedicate this Friday as a day of prayer for the victims.
The continued spread of COVID-19 in Syria is causing concern, as the virus has emerged in refugee camps in the Idlib region.
Following Pope Francis’ announcement of his intention to create Fr. Raniero Cantalamessa a Cardinal, the Italian Capuchin priest says his new role will be an opportunity to help the Pope through prayer.
Nigeria’s Bishop Badejo says the disbanding of the infamous SARS unit of the Nigeria Police Force, though welcome, should be the start of more in-depth conversations and far-reaching reforms.
In an interview with Vatican News, Filipino Cardinal-designate Jose Advincula of Capiz explains why he thinks Pope Francis chose him to be a Cardinal.
The “Economy of Francesco” event, that had been due to launch the movement in Assisi in March and that was postponed due to the coronavirus pandemic, is presented in the Vatican in an adapted guise.
In a letter to the Vatican Secretary of State, Cardinal Pietro Parolin, Pope Francis retraces the history and values of the European continent and expresses his desire for fraternity and solidarity among nations amid a period marked by individualistic tendencies.
The Federation of Asian Bishops Conferences is calling for the release of Indian Jesuit priest Father Stan Swamy and 15 human rights activists facing trial for alleged links with Maoist rebels.
Armenia and Azerbaijan accuse each other of violating the latest ceasefire over the disputed territory of Nagorno-Karabakh, where almost 1000 people have been killed. A historic church is among the many damaged targets.
Workers, students, pensioners, activists and other members of civil society took to the streets in Belarusian cities today calling for President Lukashenko to step down.
The Archbishop of Kigali, Rwanda, Antoine Kambanda, is one of the 13 new Cardinals announced by Pope Francis on Sunday during the Angelus prayer.
With the 50th ratification of the international treaty to ban nuclear weapons on October 24, the accord will enter into force in January.