Retired Archbishop Isichenko of Ukraine speaks out on Russian invasion during a visit to the Ukrainian Catholic Archeparchy of Philadelphia.
During his Angelus message, Pope Francis calls on Russia to allow millions of tons of grain and other crops harvested in Ukraine to be exported across the Black Sea.
Russian Orthodox Patriarch Kirill of Moscow meets with Cardinal Matteo Zuppi as part of Pope Francis’ peace mission to Russia.
Catholics in war-torn Ukraine feed, house, clothe and minister to those fleeing violence while also praying for a lasting peace with justice.
Cardinal Matteo Zuppi, who says “war is a pandemic,” was appointed by the pope to lead a special initiative for peace in Ukraine.
Urging them to abandon nuclear weapons, Pope Francis sends a message to the G7 world leaders gathered in Hiroshima, Japan, May 19-21, 2023.
During his visit, Pope Francis calls upon Hungary to open its doors not only to Ukrainians but to all migrants and to others in need.
As Friday marks the one-year anniversary of the Russian invasion of Ukraine, Catholic leaders discuss the Church’s response to the crisis.
The papal message for the World Peace Day is released in anticipation of the upcoming January 1, 2023, observance.
A member of the Maryknoll Office for Global Concerns reflects on the third Sunday of Advent readings and trusting in God’s peace.
Nine months after the Russian invasion began, Pope Francis tells the Ukrainian people, “I carry you in my heart and in my prayers.”