- Sep 21, 2020
Cardinal Ruben Salazar Gomez of Bogotá said that terror can never be the seed of justice and peace, following Thursday’s car bomb attack at a police academy in the Colombian capital.
The Church in Colombia is assisting some 5,000 Venezuelan migrants a day, the president of the country’s bishops’ conference announced Tuesday.
A year after Pope Francis urged Colombians to build unity and a nation for all after more than half a century of conflict, the country’s Catholic Church continues to play a key role in the quest for reconciliation.
Catholic Church leaders are urging the Colombian government to protect community leaders who are being targeted by hired assassins.
Inspired by Pope Francis’s message during his 2017 visit to the country, the Church in Colombia is preparing to celebrate the first National Day of Reconciliation on May 3.
In the complex peace process now underway in Colombia after 52 years of violent conflict, the Catholic Church works on many levels to replace a culture of violence with one of encounter.