Many young lives in Sudan have been lost due to starvation as a result of food supply depletion or the closure of crucial medical services.
The Archbishop of Lahore, Muslim authorities, and political leaders bring comfort and solidarity to Jaranwala's Christian community after the wave of violence triggered by an alleged blasphemy charge on August 16.
During his General Audience, the Holy Father once again makes an impassioned appeal for the suffering Ukrainian people so greatly tried by the ongoing war.
Pope Francis thanked mothers and grandmothers who hand on the faith to their children and grandchildren, saying the faith is passed on in one’s mother tongue.
Zimbabweans go to the polls in General elections scheduled for 23 August 2023 to elect the President and Members of both houses of Parliament. The Bishops say citizens need to exercise their right to vote as a matter of duty.
Japan announces it will implement its decision to release more than 1 million metric tonnes of treated radioactive water into the sea this week with assurances the impact on people and the environment will be "negligible", but the plan is causing alarm across Asia and the Pacific.
"I renew my appeal to stop using religions to incite hatred, violence, extremism, and blind fanaticism and to refrain from using the name of God to justify acts of murder, exile, terrorism, and oppression" is the Pope's tweet on the occasion of the UN International Day Commemorating the Victims of Acts of Violence based on Religion or Belief observed on August 22.
At least 80 people have lost their lives in flash floods and landslides triggered by torrential rains in the Himalayan region of India. The floods have caused massive damage to property and caused mass displacement.
The Kerala Catholic Bishops Council (KCBC) appeals to the United Nations to take decisive actions to protect Christians in India and Pakistan from sectarian mob attacks which are increasing in both countries.
Reflecting on Our Lady's Assumption, Cardinal Charles Maung Bo of Yangon, Myanmar, praises the Blessed Mother's total trust in the Lord, which he insists, should not only empower us, but is a "rallying cry to transform the world."
A Human Rights Watch report analyses the mass killings perpetrated by Saudi border guards of migrants and asylum seekers fleeing the armed conflict in the northern part of the African country.
Cardinal Timothy Dolan of New York will celebrate Mass at St. Patrick’s Cathedral in Armagh, Ireland, to commemorate 150 years of its dedication, as the Archdiocese prepares for various celebrations and activities to remember the historic moment later this week.
The Director of the Press Office of the Holy See anticipates that the second part of Laudato Si' Encyclical letter Pope Francis mentioned during his audience to European lawyers on Monday, will address in particular the recent climate crises.
Nicaraguan authorities order a community of priests from the Society of Jesus to leave their private residence in Managua in the ongoing crackdown against Church and opposition.
The Little Flower Football Academy (LiFFA) empowers coastal youth in India with the aim of fostering dreams and transforming young people to dream big for their future.
Thanking God for always greater ecumenical fruits, Pope Francis encourages Christians to work together in the telegram he sent to a synod gathering of Waldensians and Methodists, taking place this week in northern Italy.
The UNICEF Representative in Niger sheds light on the impact of the ongoing crisis on millions of vulnerable children, as Pope Francis appeals for prayers for the coup-hit nation.
In his address to a delegation of attorneys from Council of Europe member countries, Pope Francis encourages lawyers to uphold the rule of law and to recall that every person has both rights and duties in relation to society.
The Presidential Election in Ecuador, will now go to a second round runoff on October 15th, as no outright winner has emerged in round one.
Tanzania’s Catholic Bishops want their Government to cancel a recent agreement giving an Emirati company the right to manage the country's ports.