As Chair of the Committee on International Justice and Peace, I write to express our solidarity and concern in light of the continued violence in South Sudan . . .
This situation is worrying and is increasingly taking on a very disturbing aspect that risks plunging our country into an uncontrollable disorder.
Our country is not at peace. People live in fear. The civil war, which we have frequently described as having no moral justification whatsoever, continues.
Pax Christi International and other Catholic leaders issued a letter to President Trump urging him to continue efforts to abolish nuclear weapons.
On January 23, the United Nations held Third Annual Symposium on the Role of Religion and Faith-Based Organizations in International Affairs. The event was organized by the General Board of Church and Society of The United Methodist Church, the General Council of Seventh-Day Adventists, and the World Council of Churches.
Pope Francis, CPN, and the politics of nonviolence and peace