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Investigation launched after assassination attempt on Mexico police chief

A major investigation is underway in Mexico City after the local police chief narrowly escaped an assassination attempt in the heart of the city.

Taking care of others requires taking care of oneself

A child protection and safeguarding expert talks about protecting children from abuse and exploitation, and provides tips to caregivers.

Covid 19: Pope Francis's many gestures of closeness

The Office of Papal Charities announces that Pope Francis has donated 35 ventilators in recent weeks to countries hard-hit by the Covid-19 crisis.

Kenya’s flood and landslide-hit regions receive school books

The books worth Kshs 800,000 (US$ 7 600.00 appx.) and money Kshs 100,000 (US$ 1000 appx.) were handed over to the Chairman of Caritas – Kenya, Archbishop Martin Kivuva Musonde who is also the Ordinary of Mombasa.

UN: torturers must never get away with their crimes

On UN International Day in Support of the Victims of Torture, Friday, the UN chief is urging all to speak out against torture, an outrage against human dignity.

Covid-19: Archbishops in England issue message ahead of return to church services

The four Metropolitan Archbishops of England issue a message welcoming the announcement that Churches will be able to reopen for prayer and services from 4 July.

Caritas Bangladesh raises alarm over Covid-19 pandemic among Rohingya

Caritas, the social and development arm of the Catholic Church of Bangladesh, expressed concern over the serious unhygienic and cramped conditions in the Cox’s Bazar refugee camps, making the Rohingya extremely vulnerable to Covid-19.

US Bishops call for police reform

Three USCCB committee chairman write to US lawmakers encouraging them to consider proposals regarding policing and criminal justice.

Seoul Cardinal appeals for peace on 70th anniversary of Korean War

The Archbishop of Seoul, Cardinal Andrew Yeom Soo-jung, on Thursday calls for peace on the 70th anniversary of the beginning of the Korean War.

US Bishops issue annual child and youth protection report

The U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops’ Secretariat of Child and Youth Protection releases its 2019 Annual Report.