Large-scale explosions in Beirut inflicted a further injury to Lebanon already suffering from the economic crisis and the COVID-19 pandemic.
On the World Day against Trafficking in Persons, Caritas and COATNET urge governments to intensify efforts to stop increased number of exploitation during the pandemic
Caritas Brazil has reacted promptly to the COVID-19 crisis providing 100,000 vulnerable people with food and hygiene items in the past month.
Caritas Internationalis is highly concerned by the major humanitarian crisis to which the post-pandemic is heading and urges the international community to take courageous and immediate action.
Caritas will coordinate with the Dicastery for Promoting Integral Human Development (DPIHD) the first working group of the Commission dedicated to COVID-19 response created by Pope Francis
Action, awareness and advocacy, without forgetting prayer. These are the guidelines of the work of Caritas, today at the forefront worldwide to respond to COVID-19 pandemic.
Pope Francis has given €100,000 to help support Caritas Italy’s effort to ensure the poor and vulnerable are accompanied at this difficult time while taking the necessary measures to prevent ...
Around half the population of Zimbabwe are expected to not have access to enough nutritious food in 2020 because of poor rains and erratic weather.
Caritas Internationalis receives the post-synodal exhortation Querida Amazonia, calling it a new "Road Map" for the charitable action of the Church throughout the world.
Worldwide Caritas agencies to join in a campaign of prayer against human trafficking and to break the silence around this scourge of modern life.
The upsurge in armed attacks, poorly supervised human migration, and an increase in food insecurity are endangering social cohesion and peace in the Sahel region of West Africa.
Caritas considers access to social services as crucial to protect people from exploitation and abuse, illness, and xenophobia.
Caritas will showcase artistic activism of Share the Journey campaign on behalf of migrants and refugees, as its pledge in support of Global Refugee Forum.
Caritas is sending a strong message to delegates as they begin meeting in Madrid for COP25. The message is simple. We must work together.
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 ...
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.
The burning of the Amazon rainforest is intentional and people are seriously afraid, indigenous communities are telling Caritas in the build-up to the Synod on the Amazon.
Caritas Internationalis will launch its 21st General Assembly with the theme “One Human Family, One Common Home” on 23rd May 2019
While many aid agencies are pulling out of the city, Caritas Syria has started its next three-year, €4.1 million project for Aleppo, aimed at reaching 70,000 of its most vulnerable ...
Upcoming UN climate change talks in Poland this December will have to curb climate change for the coming decade and tackle its devastating effects on human life, ecosystems, food and ...
Cardinal Tagle will officially launch the Share the Journey global pilgrimage on Sunday 21st October in Rome by walking together with migrants and refugees.
Political leaders and grassroots activists from around the world unite to signal urgent need for increased ambition on climate change and sustainability
Faith based organisations unite as UN Compacts for migrants and refugees approach implementation
Caritas has launched a Global Week of Action for migrants and refugees as Pope Francis appeals for those forced from their homes.
Caritas organisations in all regions are planning shared meals and events. Caritas Internationalis along with Caritas Rome and Italy will hold a meal with migrants and refugees at their Termini ...
Buddhist, Jewish, Muslim and Christian leaders will be calling on countries to ensure safe and legal pathways for migrants and refugees as well as inclusive societies and the right to ...
Violence is plunging the people of the Democratic Republic of Congo into a major humanitarian emergency, warns Caritas.
Caritas joins Pope Francis’ call for individuals, communities and world leaders “to welcome, protect, promote and integrate” migrants and refugees at every stage of their journey.
“Hope is what drives the hearts of those who depart,” said Pope Francis on 27 September as he opened the Caritas ‘Share the Journey’ migration campaign.
Pope Francis is to launch Caritas Internationalis’ ‘Share the Journey’ migration campaign in Rome on Wednesday 27th September 2017.