CSW welcomes international statement on Xinjiang

CSW welcomes a joint statement by 23 countries calling on the Chinese government to uphold its national laws and international obligations, and commitments to...

Ecumenical patriarch: The most important moment for the patriarchate in 2019 was the granting...

The activities and initiatives taken by the Ecumenical Patriarchate in 2019, as well as his hopes and expectations for the new year,...

South Sudan Council of Churches: “Peace will return to our country”

In a 19 July statement, the South Sudan Council of Churches reflected on recent developments in the country: “The winds of violence and conflict have...

WCC joins partners for “World Water Week” dialogue in Stockholm

A “Water and Faith” day will be held on 30 August in Stockholm, Sweden, offering many opportunities to explore how faith-based groups can act...

Slovenia Joins International Acton to Commemorate Holodomor Victims

The Ukrainian community in Ljubljana performed divine liturgy and memorial service to honour the victims of the Holodomor of 1932-33 in Ukraine within the...

Easter Service and Holy Communion in Southkorean church were broadcasted worldwide

For Easter, Manmin Central Church in Seul, South Korea, held the 2019 Easter Sunday Morning Service on Apr. 21, which was broadcasted...

Are millennial Christians really killing evangelization?

Millennials are notoriously blamed for being killers of previously-thought-necessary industries and activities: Applebees. Napkins. Golf. Mayonnaise. Lunch. And so on. For the ever-shrinking number of...

“Do you love me?” It’s a question about global warming

In a sermon at Marble Church in New York City on 22 September, World Council of Churches general secretary Rev. Dr Olav...

Webinar on Middle East racism: “Never lose hope”

A World Council of Churches webinar held on 25 November with the theme “Racism, Xenophobia and discrimination in the Middle-East Context” drew...

WCC regrets rejection of youth activists’ appeal over climate crisis

As a US federal appeals court ordered dismissal of a lawsuit brought by 21 youth plaintiffs against the federal government over the...
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Francis ‘would be disappointed’ by focus on priestly ordination of married men

The Archbishop of Armagh said Thursday that the pope's apostolic exhortation on the Amazon was foremost a call to preserve the region,...

Eighteen civilians including a Christian “selectively” killed by gunmen in Burkina Faso

Eighteen people, including a Christian nurse, were murdered by militant gunmen in Lamdamol village, Burkina Faso, in an attack that began late...

Beyond Asia Bibi

02/14/2020 Washington D.C. (International Christian Concern) – Asia Bibi, a Christian woman, spent eight years on death row in Pakistan simply because of...