Demonstrators set churches on fire during a protest against Chile’s government in Santiago, Oct. 18, during the one-year anniversary of the protests and riots that rocked the capital.
Civil rights leaders begin the “Get Your Knee Off Our Necks” Commitment March on Washington 2020, following a gathering at the Lincoln Memorial in Washington Aug. 28.
Bishop of Mozambique’s calling out the “government’s lack of transparency” in its campaign has displeased Mozambican leaders.
Papal ambassador to Nigeria, said the government was not doing enough to protect its citizens from violence, insurgents and other social vices.
U.S. bishops see lobbying for reasonable gun laws on the state and federal level is a pro-life issue.
Catholic leaders urged dialogue and restraint in Belarus, amid violent street clashes following a contested Aug. 9 presidential election.
During the Knight’s 138th annual convention in New Haven, Conn., Anderson asked members to redouble efforts to fight racism, violence and hatred through their principles of charity and unity.
The murder of three young girls in South Sudan’s capital, Juba, has generated response from Catholic leaders and united the entire country.