Technology sheds new light on life of St. John Henry Newman

A team spread across three continents is using cutting-edge technology to shed new light on the figure of St. John Henry Newman.

Ecumenical jury recognizes four films at Molodist Festival in Ukraine

The Ecumenical Jury, at the 49th Molodist – International Film Festival in Kyiv, Ukraine, awarded prizes to four films after watching them...

Seraphim of Zimbabwe: During Season of Creation, “we give back to God everything that...

H.E., Most Rev. Seraphim (Kykkotis) of Zimbabwe is the metropolitan of the Archdiocese of Zimbabwe in eastern Africa, part of the Greek...

WCC commemorates life of Bishop John K. Yambasu

Bishop John K. Yambasu, resident bishop of the United Methodist Church in Sierra Leone and president of the Council of Churches in...

Nuns in Poland care for newborn in baby box

The Franciscan Sisters of the Family of Mary in Warsaw, Poland, found a baby girl Monday morning who had been left in...

National Council of Catholic Women Publishes 100 Year History

In 1920, there were more than 5,000 Catholic women's organizations nationwide--organizations that would eventually become the first NCCW affiliates. The purpose, as...

Thomas Kang: “Hope is what moves Christians”

Economist Thomas Kang, from Brazil, is a member of the Central Committee of the World Council of Churches (WCC). In this interview...

Reader punched in the face at Sunday Mass in Philadelphia; motive unknown

Most people do not expect the Gospel passage “When someone strikes you on your right cheek, turn the other one to him...

How do we ‘walk the talk’ on climate justice? We have to change

A webinar series promoted by the World Council of Churches (WCC) focusing on good practices of ecological justice and economy of life...

‘Bless Your Pastor’ Aims to Show Love to America’s Church Leaders

With nine out of every 10 pastors in America under "financial pressure," and six out of 10 churches facing giving declines during...
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God’s grace is not something we deserve, but he gives it to us anyway, Pope Francis said Sunday during his weekly Angelus...

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09/21/2020 Washington D.C. (International Christian Concern) – After ISIS attacked Qeraqosh in 2014, thousands of Christians were forced to flee. During their displacement,...

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