In wake of the wake of the tragic suicides of clerics, the French Church is tackling the thorny problem of clergy mental health.
A German bishop has hit out at conservative Catholic haters online, saying after commentators hijacked a post on his Facebook account that trolls don’t give “a testimony to our Lord”.
Most of us have seen people we are connected to on social media post material that we might find truly offensive and/or an antithesis to our core beliefs.
Today, on the UN World Day against Trafficking in Persons, Pope Francis pleaded that “much remains to be done” to end human trafficking, “an open wound on the body of contemporary society”.
Pope Francis on Sunday invited young people around the world to perform “gestures of tenderness” toward the elderly, as many are forced into isolation to observe Covid-19 health guidelines.
The Catholic Church held what is being termed as the first online pilgrimage to the Sanctuary of Our Lady of Lourdes in France.
Monuments of historical figures are being increasingly targeted in the United States and elsewhere in the West, but for the first time the racial justice activists have gone after Jesus Christ.
The Holy See’s delegation to the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE) is calling for freedom and protection of the media, to advance “truth, freedom, justice and solidarity in society”.
For World Communications Day today, Irish Primate Eamon Martin has said that hopes 2020 will be remembered as “the year we learned to appreciate each other more”.
COMECE prepared a list of the main measures put forward in March 2020 by the EU institutions to fight the spread of the coronavirus.
In his Wednesday General Audience today, Pope Francis prayed for the victims of the coronavirus, for “peace” in the “battlefield with wars on each side” that is Iraq, and for the 1,200 Air Italy employees under the threat of mass layoffs after the airline entered into liquidation.
Ahead of Ash Wednesday today, which marks the beginning of Lent 2020, Archbishop Eamon Martin has launched the #LivingLent initiative on Twitter and Instagram.
In his Angelus address on Sunday, Pope Francis urged Catholics to dispel the darkness lurking in society, and said the Church cannot abandon her mission of evangelization and service.
President of the Italian Bishops Cardinal Gualtiero Bassetti has told Francis critics to become Protestants if they don’t like this Pope.
Pope Francis on Thursday released a video message accompanying his prayer intention for January 2020, which this month is “Promotion of World Peace”.
Pope Emeritus Benedict XVI has caused a civil war in the German Church by founding a new independent and conservative foundation for Catholic journalism.