Spotlighted this week: Indonesia earthquake, National Guard at the U.S. Capitol, and the Great Blessing of Water.
The U.N. migration agency renewed its call for increased search and rescue efforts after another tragic shipwreck in the Mediterranean Sea claimed the lives of 74 migrant men, women and children.
Catholic migrant ministries in Guatemala are attending to a caravan that formed in Honduras and is heading northward toward the border with Mexico.
European countries can turn the migration crisis into a “window” of opportunity, dialogue and encounter between migrants and their citizens.
The coronavirus pandemic has complicated the situation of migrants and refugees, but it has not stopped people from seeking safety and a better life abroad.
Benedictine abbess, Mother Mechthild Thurmer, accused of two counts of “aiding and abetting illegal residents” for letting women seek asylum at her monastery.
Pope Francis celebrated Mass in honor of the seventh anniversary of his visit to Lampedusa.
Pope Francis’ vision of “integral human development” and “integral ecology” involves identifying the connections between the condition of human beings and the condition of the environment.