Myanmar Cardinal Charles Bo of Yangon delivered a homily on Sunday, drawing an analogy between Jesus’ miracle of the multiplication of the loaves and Myanmar’s dire situation.
Several rockets were fired at Afghanistan’s Presidential Palace in Kabul on Tuesday, but failed to hit the target.
Following some of the biggest anti-government protests Cuba has seen in decades, US bishops have expressed support for the people and for the bishops of the Caribbean nation who have called for a favorable solution through mutual listening.
The itinerary for Pope Francis’ Apostolic Visit to Budapest and Slovakia is released. His journey will take place from the 12-15 September 2021.
Pope Francis conveys his gratitude for the care he received during his recent hospitalization at the Gemelli Hospital in a letter to the Rector of the Sacred Heart Catholic University with which the hospital is affiliated. He highlights that the University, which celebrates 100 years this year, bears within its name, “the vocation of taking care of the human person.”
The usually quiet, Southern African, small Kingdom nation of eSwatini has been shaken in recent weeks by unprecedented protests that have led to violence, property damage, death and injuries.
In a telegram sent on Tuesday evening through the Vatican Secretary of State, Pope Francis sends condolences for those who died in the bombing in Baghdad and renews his appeal for reconciliation in Iraq.
Catholic dioceses across Myanmar continue to reach out to the suffering people as the 3rd wave of the Covid-19 pandemic wreaks havoc amid an ever-deteriorating crisis due to the military coup and the protests.
On the Feast of St. Charbel, celebrated last Sunday, Cardinal Béchara Raï, Patriarch of Antioch of the Maronites, prays for the intercession of the Saint of Lebanon to help the nation recover from one of the worst economic and political crises it has ever faced.
Following a US federal judge’s recent ruling that bars new applications into the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program, US Bishops are calling on Congress to pass laws that will provide legal status and a path to citizenship for immigrants.