Pope Francis

26.02.2021

Nuclear weapons, the leaders of the Catholic church: the governments must sign and ratify the Treaty

Nuclear weapons, the leaders of the Catholic church: the governments must sign and ratify the Treaty

The call for a stop to nuclear weapons comes from the leaders of the Catholic Church worldwide. After the clear message from Pope Francis, it is now the Episcopal Authority that is taking action. Among them, Pierbattista Pizzaballa, the Latin Patriarch of Jerusalem; Cardinal Gualtiero Bassetti, president… »

23.02.2021

From National to Transnational Threat, the White-West is on the Move

From National to Transnational Threat, the White-West is on the Move

Attorney General nominee Merrick Garland’s confirmation hearing testimony before the Senate Judiciary Committee was very significant given the present moment. In just a few minutes during his opening statement, Judge Garland covered the historical challenges faced by communities of color and the continual treat posed by the concentration of… »

23.01.2021

Pope’s Words in Open Letter to Joe Biden

Pope’s Words in Open Letter to Joe Biden

Dear President Joe Biden, Congratulations and best wishes! The Pope of your church in October 2020 wrote these words: “We can no longer think of war as a solution, because its risks will probably always be greater than its supposed benefits. In view of this, it is very difficult nowadays… »

05.08.2020

75 years after Hiroshima and Nagasaki, the Vatican is providing moral guidance on nuclear weapons

75 years after Hiroshima and Nagasaki, the Vatican is providing moral guidance on nuclear weapons

Ahead of the 75th anniversary year of the atomic bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki, Pope Francis visited both cities. At a solemn event at the Hiroshima Peace Park in November 2019, Francis declared the use of atomic energy for war to be “a crime not only against the dignity… »

27.11.2019

Pope Francis Calls Nuclear Weapons Immoral as Catholic Activists Face Jail For U.S. Nuke Base Action

Pope Francis Calls Nuclear Weapons Immoral as Catholic Activists Face Jail For U.S. Nuke Base Action

Over the weekend, Pope Francis visited Hiroshima and Nagasaki, where the United States dropped the first atomic bombs in 1945, killing more than 200,000 people. Pope Francis said, “A world without nuclear weapons is possible and necessary.” The leader of the Cathoilc Church met with survivors of the Hiroshima and… »

19.09.2019

The World March for Peace and Nonviolence in the Vatican

The World March for Peace and Nonviolence in the Vatican

It’s 9:00 in the morning, outside the Vatican. The representation of the Second World March for Peace and Nonviolence led by its founder, Rafael de la Rubia, is entering and is part of Pope Francis’ General Audience. Many people come from different parts of the world every day… »

10.03.2019

Sexual abuse by clergy

Sexual abuse by clergy

I take this opportunity to address you today with the conviction that you are as shocked as I am by the revelations about the overwhelming number of particularly horrendous cases of sexual abuse that have been committed by a considerable number of clergymen around the world. If there is one… »

28.08.2018

Cultures of Death: Pope Francis, Apology and Child Abuse

Cultures of Death: Pope Francis, Apology and Child Abuse

By Dr Binoy Kampmark It was long overdue, but Pope Francis’s letter of condemnation and apology regarding the abuse of children by Catholic priests did sent a few ripples of comfort and reckoning.  He conceded that the Church “showed no care for the little ones; we abandoned them”.  He acknowledged the… »

28.03.2016

Pope Francis points at weapons industry behind Brussels attack

Pope Francis points at weapons industry behind Brussels attack

Meanwhile, Pope Francis has spoken out against the role of the weapons industry in Tuesday’s deadly attack on Brussels. The pope spoke during pre-Easter rituals north of Rome on Thursday. Pope Francis: “Muslims, Hindus, Catholics, Copts, Evangelists, but brothers, children of the same god, who want to live in peace,… »

17.02.2016

Pope Francis apologizes to Mexican indigenous for history of pillage and abuse

Pope Francis apologizes to Mexican indigenous for history of pillage and abuse

Catholic leader also specifically called on native people to ‘teach mankind how to maintain a harmonious relationship with nature’ byLauren McCauley, staff writer for Common Dreams Speaking to tens of thousands of people in an open-air mass in the southern Mexico city of San Cristóbal on Monday, Pope Francis… »

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