Catholic Faith Technologies Offers Free Online Courses in Baptism and Faith Formation

Catholic Faith Technologies wants to keep dioceses, parishes, schools, and families safe and productive during the pandemic. To serve those preventing the...

Vatican does coronavirus testing, says Pope Francis does not have virus

The Vatican said Saturday Pope Francis does not have the coronavirus, and that recent testing of 170 Holy See employees for COVID-19...

Religious organizations in Ukraine ready to conduct services online due to coronavirus

Deputy Minister of Internal Affairs, Oleksandr Gogilashvili addressed representatives of religious organizations on the problem of the spread and counteraction of coronavirus....

WCC urges everyone to pray at home

WCC general secretary Rev. Dr Olav Fykse Tveit and the moderator of the WCC Central Committee Dr Agnes Abuom urged people and...

WCC expresses sympathy with people in Croatian capital in wake of earthquake

After an earthquake rocked Croatia's capital Zagreb, the World Council of Churches (WCC) expressed sympathy with people who lost their homes. Several buildings...

WCC takes strong measures to protect from coronavirus

The World Council of Churches (WCC) in Geneva, Switzerland, has taken strong measures to prevent the spread of COVID 19 after Geneva...

Pope Francis: Be strong in faith amid coronavirus trial

In a video streamed live to St. Peter’s Square, Pope Francis prayed for those suffering from the "coronavirus epidemic" and encouraged Catholics...

Live TV launches a project about unique UGCC parishes around the world

On Thursday, March 5, 2020, at 19.00 Live TV (Zhyve TV) starts showing films about special parishes of the UGCC, filmed in...

Listening together to the pain of violent spaces

Brought together by the South Sudan Council of Churches, women and men are sharing the pain of many years of war and...

Prayer campaign to end 70-year Korean War gains global momentum

As the World Council of Churches (WCC) global fellowship embarks on prayers for peace on the Korean Peninsula from 1 March to...
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US bishops: Jesus’ Sacred Heart is open for you, despite ‘bitter affliction’ of coronavirus

The novel coronavirus pandemic's effects on victims and the closure of churches have deeply pained the Catholic faithful and clergy, but Holy...

Monks offer free caskets amid coronavirus

An Iowa monastery of Trappist monks is offering an unusual but necessary act of charity amid the global pandemic - free caskets...

Burmese Cardinal Blames CCP for Coronavirus Pandemic

04/05/2020 Myanmar (International Christian Concern) – One of Asia’s top prelates has laid blame on the Chinese Communist Party (CCP), calling it “morally...