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The fight against corruption is the key theme of the Holy See's intervention at the final meeting of the 28th OSCE Economic and Environmental Forum underway in Prague, Czech Republic from 10-11 September.
Analyzing the world's education system under the Covid-19 pandemic, the Congregation for Catholic Education issues a circular letter, emphasizing the principle of the "relationship of exchange" between real people.
Religious leaders and humanitarian organizations call for protection of migrants and refugees after a major fire gutted Europe’s largest refugee camp on the Greek island of Lesbos, destroying dwellings and causing thousands to flee.
Pope Francis meets participants of the European projects “Snapshots from the Borders” in Audience on Thursday and thanks them for their work, aimed at promoting the common good and tearing down barriers.
Pope Francis appoints, Bishop Alain Harel, as Bishop of the Diocese of Port Victoria, Seychelles.
On 6 September 2019, Pope Francis arrived in Madagascar for a three-day Apostolic visit.
A report by the New Zealand Bishops' bioethics centre discusses topics such as the country's upcoming referendums, suicide in young people and the ethics behind vaccines.
Priests, nuns and lay faithful, especially young people and children, planted trees in parishes across the Diocese of Tagbilaran, as part of its Season of Creation campaign.
The bishops of the United States call on Lawmakers to reach a deal on the next Covid relief packpage.
Relatives of missing people, plus activists and feminist groups are occupying the offices of Mexico`s Human Rights Commission, demanding action on numerous uninvestigated and consequently unresolved cases.
A raging fire has forced thousands of refugees and asylum seekers housed in the Moria camp on the Greek island of Lesbos to flee for their lives. The President of the EU’s Catholic bishops appeals to European policymakers to remember their Christian roots and take action.
Several counties on the US West Coast face evacuation orders as roaring wildfires rage across the Pacific Northwest.
Caritas Switzerland sounds the alarm as the nation sets a new record for arms exports.
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 18:15-20 of the Twentieth-third Sunday in Ordinary Time.
International Day to Protect Education from Attack is being observed for the first time on September 9. Pope Francis and the UN have given support to the initiative.
At the General Audience on Wednesday, Pope Francis says it is “time to improve our social love.”
An opposition leader says an increasing number of critical activists opposing Belarusian President Alexander Lukanhesko are detained, kidnapped, and sometimes expelled from the country. The statement by Svetlana Tikhanovskaya comes amid dramatic scenes at the borders of the former Soviet republic.
Ahead of the 106th World Migrant and Refugee Day - slated for 27 September - Father Noel reflects on his experience of losing everything during his childhood as a displaced person.
The lead Bishop on the Environment for the Bishops Conference of England and Wales, John Arnold speaks about the Season of Creation and the work his own diocese of Salford is doing to care for our common home.
CAR’s Catholic Bishops are concerned about the continued proliferation of guns in the country, armed gangs, mercenaries looting mineral resources and a disarmament project yet to be implemented.