Teacher completes walking pilgrimage to California’s 21 missions

A Catholic teacher who finished a pilgrimage to the Spanish Missions in California this week has emphasized his devotion to the first...

Christian Medical Association Applauds New Tennessee Policy to Protect Vulnerable Patients During Pandemic

The Tennessee-based, 18,000-member Christian Medical Association (CMA, www.cmda.org) today applauded a Tennessee patient protection policy announced this afternoon by the U.S. Department of Health and Human...

Bossey students testimony

On 17 June, six new master students finished their yearlong studies with the graduation ceremony of the World Council of Churches (WCC)...

Ecumenical Patriarchate’s Holy Synod convenes

Between 23-25 June, the Holy and Sacred Synod of the Ecumenical Patriarchate was convened for its regular meeting of the current month...

WCC interim general secretary meets with Patriarch Bartholomew I

World Council of Churches interim general secretary Rev. Prof. Dr Ioan Sauca met earlier this week with Patriarch Bartholomew I at the...

On World Refugee Day, “Every Action Counts”

On 20 June, World Refugee Day will be observed with the theme “Every Action Counts” by all who are striving for a...

CCA reiterates commitment to accompany Korean churches in their struggle for reconciliation and reunification

In a solidarity message on the occasion of the 70th anniversary of the start of Korean War, the Christian Conference of Asia...

Catholic leaders: Don’t forget refugees during pandemic

People around the world have practiced solidarity during the pandemic, and they should do the same for refugees, Catholic humanitarian leaders said...

Council for World Mission releases “I Can’t Breathe” statement inviting all to confront injustice

The Council for World Mission published a statement, entitled “I Can’t Breathe,” reflecting that black and minority ethnic communities, as well as...

Pope Francis appeals for peace in Libya after discovery of mass graves

Pope Francis expressed “great apprehension and sorrow” Sunday after eight mass graves were discovered in Libya amid the ongoing civil war.
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Hagia Sophia decision by President Erdogan evokes ‘grief and dismay’ from World Council of...

The head of the Geneva-based World Council of Churches has written to Turkey’s President Recep Tayyip Erdogan expressing “grief and dismay” from...

CSW marks fifth anniversary of ‘709 Crackdown’

Today, 9 July, marks the fifth anniversary of China’s infamous 709 Crackdown, in which over 300 lawyers, human rights defenders, and their colleagues...

11-Year-Old Christian Boy Beaten by Muslim Businessman in Pakistan

07/11/2020 Pakistan (International Christian Concern) – On July 1, an 11-year-old young Christian named Musa, was brutally beaten by a Muslim businessman in...