- Jan 20, 2021
A torchlit rally was held in Rome Wednesday night for Jesuit Father Paolo Dall’Oglio, one of tens of thousands of people who’ve been “disappeared” in Syria since violence broke out in 2011.
Author Martin Mosebach discusses his new book chronicling the faith of the Coptic martyrs killed by ISIS in 2015.
In the main square in the northern Iraqi town of Bartella stands a large cross, one of the few overt signs the town was historically Christian.
Cardinal Louis Raphael Sako, Patriarch of the Chaldean Catholic Church in Iraq, says a visit by Pope Francis would offer badly-needed encouragement and hope.
The likelihood that a two-state solution will emerge in the current Israeli-Palestinian conflict is narrowing to the point of impossibility, according to two clergy familiar with the situation.
Catholic Relief Services cut its services to needy people in the Gaza Strip by closing a U.S. government-funded program because of the Anti-Terrorism Clarification Act.