Pope Francis joins UK church leaders in Pentecost online service

His Holiness Pope Francis took part in an online church service on 31 May alongside the archbishops of Canterbury and York and...

Bishop Daly: Pro-choice pols should not receive Eucharist

Spokane, Wash., Feb 2, 2019 / 11:24 am (CNA).- The Bishop of Spokane said Friday that that politicians who publicly support abortion...

Archbishop Anastasios: “Let us transmit from heart to heart the light of hope”

Interview with the Archbishop of Albania, former President of the WCC by Marianne Ejdersten, WCC director of Communication

New UGCC bishop to be ordained for Australia

On Wednesday, January 15, 2020, Vatican officials announced that Pope Francis had accepted the abdication of the pastoral position by Petro Stasiuk,...

Youth leaders: “We will stop at nothing” to end HIV and violence

Young people in Uganda are on fire for change that will free the world from both HIV and sexual and gender-based violence....

Christmas Eve carolers for Cardinal Pell gathered at Melbourne prison

A group of local Catholics gathered outside Melbourne prison on Christmas Eve to sing carols for Cardinal George Pell, currently incarcerated in...

Water and Faith showcase highlights results of collaboration

On Thursday afternoon, 29 August, the World Council of Churches (WCC) will co-host a Water and Faith showcase during World Water Week...

Pope to Bulgarian Catholics: God uses imperfect people

The Lord works with imperfect situations and imperfect people, so persevere in holiness, Pope Francis encouraged Catholics in Bulgaria Sunday.

ICC Develops Piglet Farms for Persecuted Women in Myanmar

03/23/2019 Washington D.C. (International Christian Concern) – In Myanmar, the conflict between the Tamadaw and the Kachin Independent Army has left many families...

Communicators advocate for gender equality in the news media

The World Association for Christian Communication, as part of observing International Women’s Day, is advocating for gender equality in the news media.
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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...