- Sep 20, 2020
Violating religious freedom harms not only the individuals being persecuted, it also damages communities and often opens the door to further violence, a Vatican representative said.
The Zimbabwe bishops’ justice and peace commission is collecting information on violence and human rights abuses in dioceses across the country.
Palliative care is a human right, said the head of the Pontifical Academy for Life during a Muslim-Catholic conference on end of life care.
With the soccer Super Cup taking place in Saudi Arabia, Catholics weigh in on the relationship between sports and faith.
Legal experts and historians marked the 70th anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights at the United Nations on Tuesday.
To mark the UN’s International Day against Violence against Women and Girls, an Italian woman whose face was disfigured by acid by her husband revealed a personal letter from Pope Francis apologizing for the “prevailing indifference.”