- Jun 23, 2021
Caritas, the church’s charitable aid agency, is tackling unemployment in Ghana, especially for young women.
Catholic charities in Lebanon are applauding Pope Francis decision to invite the country’s Christian leaders to the Vatican on July 1 to pray for peace and stability in the country.
More than 700,000 foreigners in Italy are “invisible” in the eyes of the country’s COVID-19 vaccination campaign and are being denied legal access to the vaccines, warned a top public official.
Graciela Torres has two developmentally challenged children. Getting them an education on the outskirts of Moquegua, a small city in southern Peru, was never easy. Arrival of the COVID-19 pandemic made it much harder.
A priest from the Catholic Eparchy of Adigrat in Ethiopia’s northern region of Tigray says killings, abductions and rape are still occurring in the region where a military offensive launched in November.
We’re not talking about the Bishop of Rome, but a bishop, specifically the most recent Auxiliary Bishop of Rome serving under Italian Cardinal Angelo De Donatis, the pope’s vicar for the eternal city: Bishop Benoni Ambarus, who’s almost universally known around town as “Don Ben.”
Taking on his new position as head of the Caritas Social Action Network (CSAN), Raymond Friel has been immediately faced with the challenge of how the COVID-19 pandemic is affecting’s the Church’s social ministry.
As unemployment increases and COVID-19 infections surge in the country, Catholic entities in Brazil are ramping up efforts to feed the increasing number of people going hungry.