The confederation of Catholic charities calls for “strong political will and commitment” to tackle fact 11% of world’s population lives in hunger
“The proposed solution of ‘fraternity’ as an antidote to inequality simply does not get to the root of gender injustice”, decries Women’s Ordination Conference
The director of the Spanish edition of the periodical Il mio Papa, Carmen Magallón, interviewed Pope Francis in an article published on Wednesday.
The Irish Bishops have said they “fully support” public health authorities after a new COVID-19-related suspension of public worship.
The new encyclical of Pope Francis, signed on October 3rd on the tomb of Francis of Assisi in the city of Assisi, will be a landmark in the social doctrine of the Church.
Pax Christi International has welcomed the Pope’s condemnation of war in his new encyclical Fratelli tutti, observing that the document’s reflection on how the ‘just war’ tradition fails in the face of modern warfare “goes further than any papal encyclical in history”.
Pope Francis has repeated his plea that a future coronavirus vaccine be made available to all.
Church leaders from across the island of Ireland have appealed to the UK and the European Union to “act with urgency and generosity to end the economic and social uncertainty” over Brexit and to secure the best foundations for their evolving relationship.
Pope Francis’ third encyclical letter Fratelli Tutti (All brothers and sisters), a call to solidarity for all of humanity to live in fraternity and social friendship, was published on Sunday.
The talking points on the new encyclical Fratelli tutti (‘Brothers all’) that the Vatican has provided for Spanish-speaking bishops refute the claim that the Pope is a “socialist” or a “communist”.
“The vineyard is the Lord’s, not ours. Authority is a service, and as such should be exercised, for the good of all and for the dissemination of the Gospel”, Francis pleads at the Angelus
“Please don’t pretend to be synodal if you are unprepared to actually listen”, Catholic women have told the Pope ahead of the publication this weekend of his new encyclical with the “sexist” title ‘Brothers all’.
Today, on World Peace Day, Pope Francis invited the world to reconciliation and fraternity.
Pope Francis will visit the Italian town of Assisi on October 3 to sign a new encyclical.
Cardinal Peter Turkson has invited humanity to “recraft and relaunch” the economy and society post-COVID-19.
Pope Francis’ third encyclical – reportedly on the need for “human and ecological conversion” and for “human fraternity” – is to drop in coming days or weeks, according to a media report.
“Too many people are leaving church with a clear conscience”, Spanish theologian José María Castillo has lamented.
The Catholic Bishops’ Conference of Argentina recently held an online seminar to mark the World Day Against Trafficking in Persons.
At a meeting of the UN Human Rights Council, the Permanent Observer of the Holy See to the UN in Geneva, Archbishop Ivan Jurkovič, has called on the world “to fuel international solidarity and fight the culture of waste”, insisting “we are one single family”.
Cardinal Tagle has lamented how quicky humanity is forgetting the lessons of the COVID-19 pandemic, denouncing that the world has already fallen back into old patterns of conflict, criticisms and political power plays.
In the recent years, scandals involving multinational companies have proliferated, putting into question the morality of our economic system
A Vatican archbishop has called for an overhaul of healthcare systems post-COVID-19, saying medical treatment “should not be reserved only for a lucky few”.
Archbishop Archbishop Ivan Jurkovič, Permanent Observer of the Vatican to the UN and Other International Organizations in Geneva, delivered a statement on behalf of the Holy See on Thursday during the 43rd Session of the Human Rights Council.
The Vincentian Family, a worldwide Catholic movement made up of more than four million believers and more than 160 ecclesial institutions which has served the most needy in our world for more than four centuries, has condemned the “very serious sin” of racism, stating unequivocally that discrimination is “the complete opposite of faith”.
A choral invocation for those affected by COVID-19, for those who still suffer – in Italy and in the world – due to the pandemic and its social and economic consequences and for solidarity and social justice was raised yesterday afternoon from the cloister of the Basilica of Santa Croce in Florence.