World Catholic News


  • Pope: Cardinal Vanhoye preached the Gospel with generosity July 31, 2021
    Pope Francis sent a message of condolence on the death of Jesuit Cardinal Albert Vanhoye, who died 29 July in Rome, aged 98. He had been the oldest member of the College of Cardinals. He was created Cardinal by Pope Benedict XVI, who called him “a great exegete.”
  • German bishops appeal for Madagascar, plagued by drought, hunger July 30, 2021
    A new UN report has singled out Madagascar as one of the world's two newest "highest alert" hunger hotspots.
  • UN warns of acute food insecurity in 23 hunger hotspots July 30, 2021
    In a new report, the FAO and WFP warn that fighting, red tape, and lack of funding are blocking famine relief efforts, leading to worsening acute food insecurity in the world.
  • A clarion call to end the scourge of Human Trafficking July 30, 2021
    Pope Francis joins religious organizations and world leaders in calling for an end to the scourge of human trafficking on the World Day Against Trafficking in Persons.
  • Laudato sí Movement consolidated and renewed July 30, 2021
    The Global Catholic Climate Movement on July 29 changed its name to Laudato sí Movement (LSM). Climate and integral ecology are at the heart of the Movement, which takes its cue from Pope Francis’ landmark encyclical on care for our common home. Speaking with Vatican News, the executive director of LSM, Tomás Insua, speaks about […]


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