The Sisters of Charity of St. Vincent de Paul are serving the poor and marginalized at their mission on the Solomon Islands, and local women are responding to their invitation to explore a religious vocation.
Bishop Christopher Saunders, the former Bishop of Broome, Australia, is accused of sexual abuse and molestation of 71 young Aboriginals. An investigation by the Church in Australia has resulted in a 200-page report that has been submitted to the Dicastery for the Doctrine of the Faith.
In the month leading up to the Synod General Assembly in October, the Building Bridges Initiative Africa and Missio Germany are partnering to host a virtual dialogue titled "Love and Life" between young people from Africa and Europe.
A new book, presented Tuesday night at Rome’s LUMSA University, gathers together more than fifty interviews with lay people, religious, founders of movements, and intellectuals, who reflected on synodality in the wake of the Second Vatican Council.
Archbishop Paul Richard Gallagher urges UN member states to uphold the dignity of every person and work together to address the manifold challenges of our times.
Cardinal Konrad Krajewski, the papal almoner, returns to Ukraine with a new delivery of humanitarian aid, and laments a recent attack on a Caritas Spes warehouse in Lviv.
Pope Francis appeals for countries to silence their weapons and seek peaceful solutions in Nagorno Karabakh, as tensions flare in the South Caucasus region.
During his weekly General Audience, Pope Francis continues his catechesis series dedicated to apostolic zeal, and applauds St. Daniel Comboni's great zeal and love for Africa, saying he was fuelled by the joy of the Gospel.
In a message sent to participants in a Vatican conference on the 60th anniversary of “Pacem in Terris”, Pope Francis renews his calls for nations to eliminate nuclear weapons and use ‘conventional’ arms only in self-defense.
In a new statement the Bishops’ Conference of Haiti (CEH) urges for immediate action to stop the rampant criminal violence in the Caribbean island facing one of the worst crises in its history.
The Holy See Press Office presents the official schedule for Pope Francis’ upcoming visit to Marseille, a city “enriched” by a vast array of cultures.
As Caritas Nigeria celebrates its 13th anniversary in Abuja, the local Church’s humanitarian outfit highlights its efforts to assist people and hosts an international conference on Pope Francis's encyclical Laudato si'.
Our Editorial Director speaks with the Archbishop of Vienna, Cardinal Christoph Schönborn, about the upcoming Synod General Assembly.
The Californian city of Los Angeles will host the first US stage of the Pelota de Trapo Program, which promotes civic participation in local communities through sport.
Pope Francis makes a brief visit to the Basilica of St. Mary Major to entrust his Apostolic Journey to Marseille to the protection of the Blessed Virgin Mary.
The General Secretariat of the Synod commits to working towards a sustainable General Assembly in the month of October, as Pope Francis prepares to release part two of his encyclical "Laudato si'".
As the third edition of the Mediterranean Meetings begins in Marseilles, young people and bishops are working together to produce a final document, which they will present to Pope Francis on Saturday.
Archbishop Paul Richard Gallagher, the Vatican’s Secretary for Relations with States, highlights the Holy See’s priorities with regard to the Holy Land in the context of renewed efforts to build peace in the Middle East.
As the number of homeless people continues to rise around the world, members of the Vincentian family are carrying out a campaign to help give 10,000 people a home by the end of 2024.
Pope Francis addresses the Clinton Global Initiative through a live video call, and invites people of goodwill to seek the common good, especially for the good of vulnerable children, who must always be cared for even in the darkest of times.