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Bishops in Chile launch ‘Listening Service’ to help abuse victims

The Chilean Bishops' conference announced Tuesday the members of a “Listening Service” set up to welcome and guide victims of sexual abuse. The list...

Caritas Europa to launch ‘#whatishome’ campaign

Caritas Europa has chosen World Refugee Day to launch a #whatishome campaign on social media. The project is a perfect way to mark the UN sponsored day on...

Pre-Synod document stresses on the main concerns of young people

Sexuality, the role of women and the desire for a Church that listens are among the main concerns for young people, the working document...

Caritas Europa demands for ‘safe and legal pathways’

Holy Father Pope Francis said on Sunday that World Refugee Day, promoted by the UN is meant “to call attention to the anxiety and suffering...

Caritas organizations around the world organizes ‘a week of shared meals...

Caritas organisations around the world are organizing a week of shared meals and activities with migrants and refugees around World Refugee Day. 'Set some...

Church in Nicaragua negotiates temporary cease in fire

The Nicaraguan Government and opposition agree to a ceasefire temporarily ending demonstrations and sustained street fighting which has left almost two hundred people dead....

El Salvador’s bishops warns against privatizing water

El Salvador's bishops urged lawmakers to discard any plans for privatizing water in the Central American country, saying the poor could not afford to...

Church in Korea organizes novena for peace on Korean peninsula

The Catholic Church in Korea has proposed a novena from 17 to 25 June to pray for peace, reconciliation, and unity on the Korean peninsula. As leaders of the United...

Archbishop raises voice against law forcing priests to violate seal of...

A new law requiring priests to break the seal of the confessional is “premature and ill-judged”, the Archbishop of Brisbane has said. His Grace...

Diocese in Ireland appoints Indian priests to meet clerical shortage

Calling it a “sign of the times”, a Catholic diocese in Ireland has appointed two priests from Kerala to address a shortage and the...

Holy See reminds society about the protection of family and elderly

The Holy See is calling on society and state to support and protect the identity of the family as a community of persons where...

The Apostolic Nuncio to Korea terms Singapore summit as ‘historic’

The Apostolic Nuncio to Korea and Mongolia, Archbishop Alfred Xuereb hailed Tuesday’s “truly historic” summit between the leaders of the U.S. and North Korea,...

Catholics in South Korea remains hopeful for a positive outcome for...

Ahead of Tuesday's summit in Singapore between the US and North Korean leaders, Brother Anthony of the Taizé community says Catholics in South Korea...

Pope Francis appoints new auxiliary Bishops for Washington and Rockville centre...

The Vatican announced that Holy Father Pope Francis has appointed two new auxiliary bishops for the United States, one of whom will serve the...

Uganda celebrates Martyrs Feast

Millions of pilgrims traveled thousands of miles to Uganda's Catholic shrine for the feast of the Uganda Martyrs, celebrated each year June 3, 2018. Police...

Marian shrines in more than 50 countries to pray rosary for...

Marian shrines in more than 50 countries throughout world will join in a 24-hour rosary initiative on Friday to intercede for and honor the...

UK Archbishop encourages parents to bring their children to Sunday Mass

 In a pastoral letter for the Solemnity of Corpus Christi, His Grace Archbishop Leo Cushley of St. Andrews & Edinburgh stressed the importance of...

Pope Francis appoints a layman as new rector of Pontifical Lateran...

In another historic step to assign key positions in the Catholic church to lay people, Pope Francis has appointed a married layman, Vincenzo Buonomo, as the new rector...

Fr. Rajeev Philip becomes the first US born Syro-Malabar priest

In a June 2 ceremony in Tampa, Florida, Fr. Rajeev Philip became the first U.S.-born priest to be ordained for the Syro-Malabar Catholic Church....

Pope Francis appoints new Bishop for Ruthenian Diocese in US

The Vatican announced that Holy Father Pope Francis has tapped Slovakian-born Bishop Milan Lach S.J. as the new head of the Ruthenian Eparchy of...

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