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...

CSW concerned by merger of DfID and FCO

Prime Minister Boris Johnson has announced that the Department for International Development (DfID) and the Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO) will be...

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.

“Only silence can echo our pain” – Brazilian voices hush in solidarity with COVID-19...

As Brazilians face harder times on a daily basis with the increasing impacts of COVID-19 at all levels of society, several church-based...

The UOC-USA episcopate condemns violence and racism

The Council of Bishops of the Ukrainian Orthodox Church in the United States has issued an appeal regarding the events in the...

“Coronaspection” project features Church of Sweden Archbishop Dr Antje Jackelén

As part of a “Coronaspection” project in which world religious leaders share wisdom in times of crisis, Church of Sweden Archbishop Dr...

George Floyd’s death shows need for ‘sanctity of life’ police training, researcher says

A researcher who studies policing best practices told CNA this week that George Floyd’s arrest and death in Minneapolis reaffirm the need...

WCC Health and Healing builds on experience with HIV response to cope with COVID-19

The World Council of Churches (WCC) Ecumenical HIV and AIDS Initiatives and Advocacy  International Reference Group and the WCC Ecumenical Advocacy Alliance...

CSW weclomes USCIRF Commissioner’s adoption of pastor through religious prisoners of conscience project

CSW welcomes the decision by Commissioner James Carr of the United States Commission for International Religious Freedom (USCIRF) to adopt Vietnamese Pastor A Dao...
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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...