Pope Francis expresses his profound sorrow for the thousands of people feared dead and the massive destruction caused by devastating flooding in Libya, reassuring all affected of his prayers and closeness.
Cardinal Matteo Zuppi highlights the need for a ‘creative peace’ in Ukraine, and responds to journalists’ questions about a possible visit to Beijing as part of his mission to seek peace in Ukraine.
The Commission of Bishops’ Conferences of the European Union emphasize the ‘dignity, right, and right of protection’ of every human life, including the lives of unborn children, as they call for changes to proposed EU regulations on so-called ‘substances of human origin.’
In the bustling city of Bengaluru in India, OFM Franciscans are feeding the hungry and homeless through the St. Anthony's Bread Centre, which stands as a living legacy of the compassionate ministry in the Metropolitan city.
Catholics in the French city of Marseille begin a novena to ask Our Lady to watch over the upcoming Mediterranean Meetings, which Pope Francis will conclude on 23 September.
Rescue teams in Morocco are battling to reach people still trapped in the rubble of Friday’s devastating earthquake.
At the 11th Meeting of States Parties to the Convention on Cluster Munitions taking place in Geneva, the Holy See encourages nations to adopt the Convention that aims to prohibit all use, production, transfer and stockpiling of cluster munitions.
The "Vatican House of Sport," the operational headquarters of the official Vatican Sport Association, Athletica Vaticana, will be inaugurated and blessed on Wednesday, 20 September, at 6:30 p.m.
His Holiness Baselios Marthoma Mathews III, Catholicos and Malankara Metropolitan of the Malankara Orthodox Syrian Church, emphasises the importance of unity and compassion in a divided world.
Pope Francis appeals for workers to be protected properly in the workplace, decries when they are treated like 'spare parts,' and entrusts them to St. Joseph, as he addressed members of Italy’s National Association for those injured or disabled at work (ANMIL) in the Vatican on Monday.
The XV Festival of Mediterranean Journalists in Otranto, Italy, ended on Saturday, 9 September 2023. At the close of the Festival, several people received awards for outstanding contributions to issues relating to the Mare Nostrum basin. Congolese Sister Angel Bipendu received a prestigious award for her work in saving lives.
Pope Francis extends a warm welcome to the Malankara Orthodox Syrian Church, emphasizing unity, shared faith in Christ, and the need to heal past divisions.
Unidentified assailants set fire to a parish rectory in Nigeria's Kafanchan Diocese, killing a seminarian in the attack at St. Raphael's parish rectory in Fadan Kamantan.
Two foreign aid workers were reportedly killed in eastern Ukraine after Russian shelling hit their van, as the Group of 20 summit in India calls on its members, including Russia, to shun the use of force.
Pope Francis offers his prayers and closeness to the people of Morocco, where an earthquake has killed thousands of people.
Pope Francis recalls the beatification of the 9 members of the Ulma family in Poland, and praises their heroism for giving their lives to save Jews during World War II.
Pope Francis reflects on the importance of offering fraternal correction when someone has wronged us, and recalls Jesus’ invitation to speak privately rather than spreading gossip.
On Saturday, Bishops under the Zimbabwe Catholic Bishops Conference (ZCBC) concluded the weeklong ad limina visit to the Vatican.
As the Church marks the Twenty-Third Sunday in Ordinary Time, Fr. Marion Nguyen, OSB, offers his thoughts on the day’s liturgical readings under the theme: “When a brother hurts us…”
The Archbishop of Cape Town, Cardinal-Elect Stephen Brislin, in his capacity as spokesperson of the Southern African Catholic Bishops Conference (SACBC), has offered the Church’s condolences on the death of prominent anti-apartheid South African politician Mangosuthu Buthelezi, who has died aged 95.