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Mexico ready to welcome deportees from the US

Mexico`s Foreign Minister says that those Mexicans deported from the United States will be welcomed with open arms, with a plan to integrate them into Mexican society and the workplace, as quickly as possible.

Zambian Bishops launch pastoral activities ahead of Extraordinary Missionary Month

The Zambia Conference of Catholic Bishops has officially launched a series of national and diocesan pastoral initiatives, events and activities that will lead to the culmination of the celebration of the Extraordinary Missionary Month October 2019.

EU Leaders urge Iran to respect nuclear deal

European Union nations are urging urged Iran to stick to the 2015 nuclear deal despite the pullout of the United States and the re-imposition by Washington of sanctions against the country. Their appeals came during a meeting of EU leaders in Brussels where they tried to deescalate tension in the Persian Gulf area.

Heavy rains, water shortage in S. Asia a reminder of climate emergency

While parts of South Asia struggle against the onslaught of monsoon rains, elsewhere water shortage is affecting the survival and lives of millions of people.

South Africa's former president faces Corruption Inquiry

Former South African President, Jacob Zuma, appeared before a judicial panel on Monday for the first time to answer accusations that he consented to - and benefited from - widespread corruption during his nine-year rule.

Venezuela ruled by ‘illegitimate, inefficient’ regime – Abp Azuaje

As Pope Francis appeals for political dialogue in Venezuela, the head of the country’s Bishops’ Conference decries the illegitimate regime of Nicolas Maduro whose misrule has left 6 million people in need of humanitarian assistance

Cardinal Turkson graces “Arise Botswana and worship God” National Conference

Prefect of the Dicastery for Promoting Integral Human Development, Cardinal Peter Turkson, has arrived in Botswana as a special guest and speaker at the Catholic Charismatic Renewal 2019 national conference: “Arise Botswana and worship God.”

Go Behind the Scenes of the Final Two “Pivotal Players“ with Bishop Barron!

Throughout the history of the Church, men and women have emerged whose contributions have not only advanced the Church’s mission, but have also changed the course of civilization . . . These are the Pivotal Players. Bishop Barron has been retracing the lives of these incredible men and women since 2014 for his illuminative CATHOLICISM: The Pivotal Players documentary series. He is wrapping up filming this month, and you can go behind the scenes with him! Sign up to join Bishop Barron from July 15-24 as he journeys across Italy, Spain, and the Dominican Republic to film the final two installments of CATHOLICISM: The Pivotal Players. By signing up, you’ll receive daily videos and reflections from Bishop Barron and the production crew throughout their trip. Watch the trailer above to preview his upcoming filming trip and discover the final two protagonists of the CATHOLICISM: The Pivotal Players series. Then sign up for behind the…

Venezuela's president rejects damning UN report

Venezuela`s President Nicolas Maduro is categorically rejecting a United Nations` Human Rights report lambasting conditions in the beleaguered South American nation

Opposition rallies in Moscow amid wider crackdown

At least 1,000 opposition supporters gathered in central Moscow to demand that authorities include opposition candidates on ballots for an upcoming city parliament election in September.