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The Catholic Benefits Association said last week that sexual abuse norms introduced by Pope Francis in May will likely require U.S. dioceses...

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Students at the World Council of Churches’ Ecumenical Institute at Bossey marked Thursdays in Black on 10 October, together with a group...

Ecumenical Review focuses on Pan-African Women of Faith and Inclusive Global Theological Education

The latest issue of The Ecumenical Review, the quarterly journal of the World Council of Churches (WCC), focuses on the Pan-African Women’s Ecumenical...

Brazilian ecumenical delegation shares message on the Synod for the Amazon

“The Church, as the movement of God’s people, must be increasingly engaged in the defense of human rights and the rights of...

Pope Francis prays for ‘daring prudence’ during Amazon synod

At the opening Mass for the Amazon synod Sunday, Pope Francis prayed that the Holy Spirit would give the bishops prudence, wisdom,...

WCC in solidarity with communities facing discrimination based on work and descent

The first-ever International Congress on Discrimination Based on Work and Descent was held in New York on 21-23 September alongside the UN...

WCC invites Week of Action on Food with ‘God’s Promise of Abundance’

Observed on 13-20 October, the World Council of Churches (WCC) Ecumenical Advocacy Alliance invites churches around the world again to a Churches’...

Christian and advocacy group leaders intervene to help kidnapped Christian girl forced to marry...

Local Christian leaders in Pakistan were compelled to intervene when police officers failed to take action after a 14-year-old Christian girl was kidnapped...

Executive Director of the Christian Network GCN interviewed the Deputy Speaker of the Knesset,...

Johnny Kim, Executive Director of GCN Broadcasting Inc. interviewed Hilik Bar, Former MK and Deputy Speaker of the Knesset, Israeli Parliament who visit...

WCC staff looks ahead to 2021 assembly

On 1-4 October, World Council of Churches (WCC) staff are gathering to develop a common work plan for the year ahead.
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