- Feb 23, 2020
Prudential judgment is the primary mode for faith-filled voting, according to Bishop Robert McElroy.
England’s leading Catholic development charity says the UK must “put its own house in order” before hosting a major United Nations conference on climate change.
Franciscan friar and peasant leader Father Sérgio Görgen is warning a drought in a major food producing state in Brazil could lead to a food crisis in the country.
UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s pledge to end all support for coal-fired power plants overseas has been welcomed by CAFOD, England’s Catholic development aid agency.
For a second year in a row, clergy abuse scandals dominated headlines in the U.S. Catholic Church.
“Zimbabwe and countries like it continue to struggle despite contributing very little to climate change,” said Brittany Wichtendahl, Public Relations Coordinator for Catholic Relief Services in the country. “There is urgent need globally to take action that will slow down, stop, or reverse climate change.”