“The socio-environmental crisis cannot be overcome within the framework of the current system which idolises money”, they warn after meeting with Vatican officials
“Do we look after people or sacrifice them for the sake of the stock market?”, Francis asks in new book, ‘Let Us Dream’, in which he also condemns “horrendous” police killing of Black man George Floyd
Adjunct secretary of Dicastery for Integral Human Development Father Augusto Zampini explains keys of ‘Economy of Francesco’ event taking place online November 19-21
President of Caritas Internationalis urges “better way of doing politics” to combat “closing hearts, hands, minds, territories and cultures”
November 19-21 online summit presented today in the Vatican now “largest movement of young economists and business people in the world”
Development charity denounces more than half a trillion dollars of pandemic recovery money going to carbon-intensive industries
Archbishop Paul Coakley, Chairman of the Committee on Domestic Justice and Human Development of the US Bishops’ Conference (USCCB), is encouraging solidarity, respect for the dignity of workers and charity in the annual USCCB Labor Day statement, centered this year on rebuilding a dignified post-pandemic world.
Pedro Casaldàliga – the Spanish-born Claretian missionary, prophet and voice of conscience to the world against all forms of injustice who served for over three decades as Bishop of São Félix do Araguaia in the Brazilian Amazon – died Saturday at the age of 92.
In Europe, after months of restrictions due to the Covid-19 pandemic, countries are slowly getting back on their feet. But they are also facing a very different economic outlook, with nations bracing themselves for the biggest downturn in decades.
In a new interview, the cardinal archbishop of Barcelona has hit out at capitalism and supported a universal basic wage.
In statements for Europe Day this May 9, Church aid organisation Caritas Europa and the European Christian Workers’ Movement have warned the 27 member states of the EU that “this is the hour of truth” for the Union.
A cardinal has clarified that the “universal basic wage” the Pope called for in an Easter letter to the world’s popular movements is not to be understood as an appeal for a “universal basic income”.
A Madrid auxiliary bishop has backed the Pope’s call for a universal basic wage, and said that workers must be the “cornerstone” for the Church exit strategy from the coronavirus.
In a prophetic message published Sunday on Easter Day, Pope Francis raged against the “idolatry” of money and pleaded for a universal basic wage.
The Pope has thrown his full support behind the world’s “popular movements”, groups that he said “represent an important social alternative”.