Kenyan Bishops have appealed to their government not to close Dadaab and Kakuma refugee camps.
Prince Philip, husband of Britain’s Queen Elizabeth, dies at the age of 99. The Archbishop of Westminster says he will be greatly missed.
The Catholic Church in Ireland is on its way to preparing a National Synodal Assembly to be held within the next five years, with a focus on the challenges and opportunities it is facing in a rapidly changing society.
At forty-two days since the first batch of Covid-19 vaccines were delivered to Ghana under the Covax initiative, over 100 economies have now received Covid-19 vaccines across six continents.
As South Sudan starts vaccinating some of its health workers, Archbishop Stephen Ameyu Martin Mula of Juba Archdiocese has been reflecting about Easter and Covid-19.
Pope Francis’s activities in these last seven days (1-8 April) coincide with the Easter Triduum, which was once again celebrated with restrictions in place due to Covid-19. Yet, the health measures did not effect the solemnity of the liturgies.
Booking is required as are punctuality, masks and social distancing. The Vatican Gardens will also be open for visits.
Participants at an International Symposium on strategies for preventing and healing child sexual abuse receive a message of encouragement and gratitude from Pope Francis.
The Catholic Church of Indonesia has called on Catholics to show compassion to victims of the devastating flash floods and landslides that hit the country’s predominantly Catholic province of East Nusa Tenggara last weekend.
Pope Francis sends a letter to the World Bank Group and the International Monetary Fund as they begin their virtual spring meetings. In his letter, the Pope stresses the importance of developing a just and equal society for all.