The United Nations and its humanitarian partners in the Philippines on Monday launched a response plan for $45.5 million to bring life-saving assistance and protection to hundreds of thousands of people affected by Super Typhoon Goni.
The President of the US Conference of Catholic Bishops (USCCB), Archbishop José Gómez of Los Angeles, welcomes the release of the McCarrick Report, and says the American Bishops are studying its findings.
Ethiopian troops and refugees are reportedly fleeing the fighting in the northern Tigray region and have crossed the border into Sudan.
In a statement of the Cardinal Secretary of State, he advises that the document be read in its entirety so as not to draw partial conclusions: “We publish the Report with sorrow for the wounds that these events have caused to the victims, their families, the Church in the United States, and the Universal Church”.
A reading of the dossier published by the Secretariat of State containing documents and testimonies narrating the facts regarding the former cardinal archbishop of Washington dismissed from the clerical state.
Former President of Bolivia Evo Morales who went into exile last year, has returned to Bolivia, from Argentina.
The Libyan Political Dialogue Forum initiates discussions to plan Libya’s political future on Monday. UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres hopes it is an opportunity to “forge a new era of peace and stability” for the conflict-ridden country.
The head of the CBCEW’s Healthcare and Mental Health department is calling for prayers and support for healthcare workers, carers, and all workers providing essential services.
Pope Francis on Monday received in audience Italian priest Father Pierluigi Maccalli, who was released on October 8, two years after jihadist militants abducted him along with others in Niger on September 17, 2018.
Hungary has announced its strictest measures to date to slow the spread of the coronavirus pandemic amid a dramatic uptick in hospitalizations and deaths. Prime Minister Viktor Orbán explained the the steps as Europe rushes to curb the spread of Covid-19.
The Archbishop of Westminster, Cardinal Vincent Nichols, remembers Lord Jonathan Sacks, the former Chief Rabbi of Great Britain and the Commonwealth, who died Saturday morning, aged 72.
Tropical Storm Eta has landed in Florida, USA, leaving death and destruction behind in countries across Central America.
Dalit Christians continue to be discriminated against within the Church, within society and by the State. India’s Catholic, Protestant and Orthodox Christians observe Dalit Liberation Sunday to demand justice and the rights and dignity due to Christians of Dalit origin.
The electoral body of the Sovereign Order of Malta elects a Lieutenant of the Grand Master of the Sovereign Order to serve a one-year term amid the Order’s Constitutional reform.
Pope Francis has sent a letter to the Bishop of Punta Arenas, Chile, to commemorate the 500th anniversary of the first Mass celebrated in Chilean territory.
The United States now faces the test of reconciliation after the most divisive presidential elections in the country’s recent history. From Lincoln to Pope Francis comes a reminder of the value of unity in diversity, an essential condition for the construction of the common good and the progress of society.
Nine million people risk displacement from the escalating conflict in Ethiopia's Tigray region, the United Nations said, warning that the federal government's declaration of a state of emergency was blocking food and other aid.
Pope Francis prays for the protection of water and for its fair distribution, as the Italian bishops celebrate a day of thanksgiving for this "blessing of the Earth".
Ethiopia's parliament votes to establish an interim administration in the country's Tigray region, where fighting continues between government and regional forces.
Pope Francis appeals to Ethiopian authorities to choose the path of peace and expresses his hope that the Libyan Political Dialogue Forum in Tunis may yield peace and stability in Libya.