Pope Francis expresses his closeness to the victims of a cyclone that has hit Brazil in recent days, causing widespread flooding and dozens of deaths.
Pope Francis sends his condolences to the victims of a powerful earthquake in central Morocco, and assures them of his prayers and solidarity.
Pope Francis praises the 45-years of work of the Association for the Promotion of the Family to deepen Sacraments of Matrimony and Holy Orders, emphasising their role in realizing God's dream of unity and love.
Pope Francis sends a video message to young people who took part in World Youth Day 2023 in Lisbon, Portugal, and invites them to pass on their experience as Christian missionaries.
Raphael Schutz, Israel's Ambassador to the Holy See, highlights the extraordinary sacrifice of the Ulma family as a reminder of humanity's debt to those who resisted evil and lost their lives, emphasizing that their sacrifice should not be used for historical revisionism.
Kyiv has warned Ukrainian citizens not to participate in local elections in Russian-occupied areas in Ukraine, calling them "a sham."
Brother Matthew of the Taizé Community explains the significance of the Ecumenical Prayer Vigil ahead of the Synod General Assembly, saying it seeks to entrust the Synod's work to the guidance of the Holy Spirit.
Sister Roselyn Karakattu courageously left the familiar to respond to the needs of the Musahar population in Bihar, India, where she is making a significant impact using education as an effective tool to eliminate societal disparities, uplifting their lives, and enhancing their situation.
During the weekly General Audience on Wednesday, 6 September, Pope Francis welcomed a delegation of 400 Senegalese Catholic faithful to Saint Peter Square, taking part in a pilgrimage to various holy places of Catholic Christianity.
Synod leaders say the Ecumenical Vigil of Prayer that will take place on September 30th – immediately preceding the General Assembly of the Synod – will emphasize the centrality of prayer in the synodal process and highlight the relationship between synodality and ecumenism.
The Supreme Head of the Malankara Orthodox Syrian Church of India, His Holiness Baselios Marthoma Mathews III, Catholicos of the East and Metropolitan of the Malankara Orthodox Syrian Church of India, will visit Pope Francis on 11 September 2023.
Pope Francis underscores the value of literacy for individuals and societies, while shedding light on three challenges, in a message to a global UNESCO conference to mark International Literacy Day.
As the beatification of the Ulma family approaches on 10 September, Pope Francis upholds their collective witness of faith in giving their lives to save Jews during World War II.
Bishop Kenneth Nowakowski of the Eparchy of the Holy Family, London, tells Vatican News that the Holy Synod of Bishops of the Ukrainian Greek Catholic Church is focused on providing pastoral care for Ukrainians at home and abroad, as Russia's war against Ukraine continues.
The Catholic Health Association of India (CHAI), India’s largest non-government healthcare network, is one of the legacies of pioneering medical missionary and Servant of God Doctor Sister Mary Glowrey, JMJ.
The upcoming beatification of the Ulma family highlights the heroism of Polish people who rescued Jews during World War II, according to Archbishop Stanislaw Gądecki, President of the Polish Bishops' Conference.
Thousands of Indians gather at St. Mary’s Basilica Shivaji Nagar, in Bangalore, to commemorate the feast of the Nativity of the Blessed Virgin Mary, bringing together people of many faiths seeking solace and good health through Our Lady's intercession.
The Dicastery for the Service of Charity teams up with a Roman clinic and university to provide free dental care for the poor.
Terrible weather conditions, including heavy rainfall continue to cause devastation across countries, with houses being swept away and people going missing.
The United States says it will send controversial weapons to Ukraine as part of more than $1 billion in military and humanitarian aid, prompting an angry reply from Russia. Washington's announcement came as the death toll of a suspected Russian missile strike on a busy market street in eastern Ukraine rose to at least 17, with dozens reportedly injured.