Catholic organisations and movements came together with the Church and the Amazonian peoples to pray, reflect and prepare for an integral ecology -one that represents the web of life interconnecting human beings, nature and God.
Unleashing the power of the creative arts to promote deeper understanding of migration is the focus of Caritas’ Share the Journey Campaign for its Global Week of Action 2019.
In Iraq, Caritas seeks to address the reconstruction of the human person and the rebuilding of solidarity and citizenship after years of an ideology promoting sectarianism.
Successful human trafficking prevention can happen only if the root causes of forced migrations are addressed and the migrants are treated with dignity.
Caritas, working alongside Congolese authorities and other international agencies, has helped in the fight of Ebola by operating social and psychological assistance and food distribution programs.
Caritas confederation has been involved with SDGs since 2015 and is currently implementing programmes worldwide through national members that are making valuable contributions to deliver Agenda 2030.
The representative council elected Aloysius John after four days of intense meetings to plan out the Catholic confederation’s strategic direction for the next four years.