How the Church can better respond to the problem of domestic violence

This Sunday, in Catholic parishes across the country, one in four women sitting in the pews will have experienced severe physical violence...

“For Those Who Wish to Hear” publication explores new roles of mission, evangelism

A newly released World Council of Churches (WCC) publication, “For Those Who Wish to Hear,” is a collection of reflections from participants...

Pastor Fuchs: “We have no choice but to carry this prophetic mission together”

Hundreds of worshippers gathered 16th of June in the historic cathedral of the Protestant Church of Geneva to commemorating the 20th anniversary...

Protestant denominations launch new evangelical alliance

Seven Protestant denominations in Cuba, including the five largest in terms of membership, joined together to launch a new Cuban Alliance of...

Agreement allows Protestants access to water and electricity

An agreement has been reached in Chiquinivalvo, Chiapas state, permitting 12 Protestant Christians to receive basic services, after access was denied following...

Pro-life Charity Offers $3000 to Women to Not Abort Their Child

The following is submitted by Mrs. Laura Merriott, President, Save Unborn Life: What would you pay to save an...

Gathering recalls Ecumenical Assembly that mobilised dissent in East Germany

A conference in Berlin has recalled how in 1989 an ecumenical assembly mobilised dissent in the former East Germany in the run-up...

Conference explores migration through lenses of faith, experience, law

Columbia Theological Seminary and Emory University's Center for the Study of Law and Religion in partnership with the World Council of Churches...

Catholic Charities unveils plan to fight chronic homelessness in Southern Nevada

As part of a new nationwide program, Catholic Charities of Southern Nevada is hoping to reduce chronic homelessness in the area by...

Pope Francis appeals for Yemen’s starving children

Vatican City, Feb 3, 2019 / 05:28 am (CNA/EWTN News).- During the Angelus Sunday, Pope Francis urged people to think of and...
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Religious freedom defender missing on Cuba

A Cuban religious freedom defender was arbitrarily detained at noon on Friday 12 July and has since been held incommunicado. 

Christian women and children suffering jail nightmare in Sudan helped by Barnabas-aided prison ministry

Barnabas is helping fund a prison ministry in Sudan to aid Christian women who have been jailed, often with their children, for...

New Protest in Sudan Marks 40 Days Since Military Crackdown

07/14/2019 Sudan (International Christian Concern) –It has been 40 days since the military council ordered the military to stop protests going on in Khartoum,...