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December 15, 2022   •   

Catholic Church is Ready to Celebrate Easter on the Same Date as Orthodox Christian Churches

Catholic and Christian Orthodox Churches are close to achieving this goal.

June 22, 2022   •   

Pope Francis Urges ‘Cursillos’ of Christianity to Expand Community Ties, Evangelize

Encouraging members of this international apostolic movement to promote communion with others

June 13, 2022   •   

Catholic Priests Denounce Police Mistreatment of Nicaragua Parishes

Catholic priest announces he will fast indefinitely “on water and whey” until persecution ends.

March 29, 2022   •   

Sister Raffaella Petrini, the Face of Women’s Empowerment in the Catholic Church

The first woman to hold a top position in the governorship of Vatican City

March 21, 2022   •   

In Memoriam: Paul Farmer, Global Public Health Visionary

Paul Farmer, Harvard physician and anthropologist, widely recognized for his leadership in providing medical care to some of the poorest people around the world, died in his sleep of sudden cardiac arrest on February 21 in Butaro , a rural region of Rwanda. He was 62.

September 22, 2021   •   

Christian Leaders Urge the World to ‘Listen to The Cry of the Earth’

The world’s three top Christian leaders have made an unprecedented joint appeal on climate change to members of their churches.

July 20, 2021   •   

Priest on a Mission to Change Perception of Deafness

A Catholic cleric who is among roughly two-dozen deaf priests worldwide is on a mission to change the perception of deafness so it is treated as a culture not a disability.

August 3, 2017   •   

ICCPR Concluding Observations of Second Periodic Review of Liechtenstein Regarding Religious Freedom

In its second periodic report on Liechtenstein July 4 and 5, 2017, the Human Rights Committee expressed concerns regarding the impact that manifestations of the close link between State and church in the country could have for the protection of freedom of religion.