The Catholic Bishops of Asia have vehemently condemned the greed of large mining operators whose negligence and arrogance, they say, caused the â€œheart-wrenching disasterâ€ at a jade mine in northern Myanmar, which killed more than 170 people.
Caritas Zambia has supported the Zambia Conference of Catholic Bishops (ZCCB) in their call for withdrawal of the controversial Constitution Amendment Bill number 10 of 2019 which seeks to amend Zambiaâ€™s 2016 Constitution.
France is to name a new prime minister later today, on Friday, after Edouard Philippe and his cabinet resigned amid mounting concerns about the economic impact of the coronavirus pandemic on the nation. His successor will have to overcome growing public discontent with current policies.
Pope Francis calls the parish priest of a community on the periphery of Rome that he visited in 2018 assuring the faithful there of his prayers and urging them not to leave the elderly alone during the summer months.
A great grace, a true prophecy for the life of the Church, a new Pentecost: these are some of the expressions used by Pope John Paul II and Pope Benedict XVI to describe the most recent Council â€“ a small seed that has become a tree and continues to bear fruit through the working of the Holy Spirit.