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Zambias first President, Kenneth Kaunda, has died.

Zambia’s founding President, Kenneth Kaunda, has died, aged 97.

UN: desertification and drought hit 3.2 billion people

UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres released a message on World Day to Combat Desertification and Drought, June 17. The Catholic Church hurch has also been advocating the protection of the environment and the planet.

UNICEF calls for investment in climate-resilient water infrastructure in Africa

UNICEF and the Global Water Partnership in Africa highlight the need for joint efforts to combat water insecurity through increased investment in climate-resilient water infrastructure.

Another Catholic priest arrested by Myanmar military

Father Aung Ling of Hakha Diocese was arrested on Wednesday in Kanpetlet town on suspicion of providing food to a civil resistance group. He was released later.

COP26: Faith and Science event to highlight efforts against climate crisis

The Holy See, Italy, and the United Kingdom are joining forces to host a pre-COP26 event showcasing the contribution faith and religion can make in combating climate change, at which Pope Francis will likely be present.

Holy See: Combat trafficking in persons through culture of respect, dignity

The permanent representative of the Holy See to the OSCE, Monsignor Janusz Urba?czyk, recommends joint efforts in tackling the deep-rooted causes of trafficking in persons through promoting policies capable of guaranteeing work for everyone, while respecting their human dignity.

Pope names ecclesiastical assistant for Dicastery for Communication

Pope Francis names Fr Luigi Maria Epicoco, from the Archdiocese of L’Aquila, Italy, as ecclesiastical assistant for the Dicastery for Communication and editorialist for L’Osservatore Romano. In an interview with Vatican News, Fr Epicoco describes communication as a channel for communion.

WCC shares hopes and prayers for peace as Biden and Putin meet

As US President Joe Biden meets with Russian President Vladimir Putin, the World Council of Churches expresses its prayerful wishes that the meeting might give “signs of hope” to the post-pandemic world.

Brazilian Church calls day of prayer as Covid-19 victims approach half million

With nearly half a million Covid-19-related deaths reported and 17,5 million infections, Brazil will be soon crossing the dismal threshold of 500 thousand victims of the coronavirus.

Beirut Church to reopen following 2020 blast

The Jesuit Church of St Joseph in the Lebanese capital Beirut is due to open its doors again next month following the August 2020 dockside blast.

US Bishops kick off Spring meeting in virtual format

The Bishops of the United States are meeting virtually this week to discuss a range of issues from the canonization of two men to matters related to the liturgy.

International Day of Family Remittances: UN urges support for migrants

Over 200 million migrant workers send over a trillion dollars every year in family remittances to support over 800 million relatives in low- and middle-income countries.

SA: Bishops challenge young people to create racial harmony.

As South Africa commemorated National Youth Day on 16 June, the country’s Bishops call for racial harmony in schools and larger South African society.

Pope Francis: On the Cross, Jesus prayed for each of us

At the General Audience on Wednesday, Pope Francis concluded a long series of catechetical lessons on “prayer,” focusing on the priestly prayer of Jesus.

Pontifical Academy for life on disability and friendship

In this latest document, the Pontifical Academy for Life reflects on the experiences of people with disabilities during the pandemic, and highlights the importance of providing disabled persons with special attention and support.

Covid-19: British Prime Minister delays lifting of restrictions

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson has delayed by four weeks the planned lifting of most remaining Covid-19 restrictions in England, with the new date now set for July 19th. Johnson said if the government were to lift restrictions on June 21st as first planned, there could be thousands more deaths owing to the rapid spread of the more infectious Delta variant.

Abrahamic Family House in Abu Dhabi to open in 2022

The cultural landmark in the UAE capital, which includes a synagogue, a church and a mosque, is meant to be a beacon of understanding and peaceful coexistence, inspired by the Document on Human Fraternity.

At the origins of the museum

From the formation of collections by the Renaissance popes to the birth of modern museology. In the 1700s in the Pope’s city, a popular destination during the Grand Tour era, on the wave of Winckelmann’s studies, the museum was born.

"Ciudad" Don Bosco: Helping young Colombians promote a sustainable economy

Don Bosco City in Medellín, Colombia, welcomes and accompanies hundreds of minors every year with an integral educational formation that is directed towards environmental sustainability and respect for our common home, in order to gradually reduce the ecological impact and encourage small business activities that assist the livelihood of the entire community.

Nicaragua: political crisis deepens ahead of elections

Nicaraguan police arrested and jailed five prominent opponents of President Daniel Ortega over the weekend. Amonst those arrested there are one-one-time rebel allies who are denouncing the President’s intentions to extend his mandate as an assault on democracy.
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