Global joint interfaith statement for World Food Day commits to praying and acting against...

A joint interfaith statement for World Food Day, being observed 16 October this year, calls us to pray and act against hunger...

WCC hosts interface conference in Berlin on role of churches, faith communities in health...

The World Council of Churches (WCC) hosted an interface conference on 13 October between the WCC, EKD, German Federal Foreign Office, Trans-Atlantic...

Retired vicar seeks cyclists for fundraising ride in aid of CSW and Release

Retired vicar and avid cyclist Robert de Berry has kicked off a campaign to find ‘bike pilgrims’ for a cross-country fundraising ride...

Religious and traditional leaders in Southern Africa participate in consultations on gender-based violence

Religious and traditional leaders in the Southern Africa Development Community (SADC) participated in online consultations on the SADC Model Law on gender-based...

Religious leaders in Tanzania release communique on HIV, stigma, treatment adherence and faith healing

Religious leaders in Tanzania, after attending a workshop on HIV, stigma, treatment adherence and faith healing, released a communique that urges further...

Church of Sweden in Lund delegation visits the Ecumenical Centre and Bossey

Bishop Johan Tyrberg and a delegation from the Church of Sweden in Lund visited the World Council of Churches on 22-23 September,...

ICC Helps a Malaysian Couple Thrown Out for their Faith

09/05/2021 Malaysia (International Christian Concern) – Islam is the official religion of the multiracial Malaysia, although people are generally allowed to practice other religions. For...

Why do Christians work? To glorify God and serve others, Long Island bishop says

Christian labor, whether in the workplace or at home, is a way to glorify God and evangelize the world by following the...

Pope Francis urges Catholics to pray and fast for Afghanistan

Pope Francis on Sunday urged Christians to intensify their prayer, penance, and fasting for the situation in Afghanistan, as he entrusted the...

Thursdays in Black launches Bible study series

Thursdays in Black ambassadors are organizing a series of Bible studies, beginning 5 August, that will help people reflect on and respond...
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Today during the Commencement 2022 ceremony of The Catholic University of America Archbishop Borys Gudziak, President of UCU was awarded with an...

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