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Monsignor Robert Vitillo, Geneva delegate to the United Nations for Caritas Internationalis, left last Friday for Liberia to assist with strengthening the Caritas response to the Ebola crisis. Monsignor Vitillo has extensive experience with major health crises, having worked on the Church’s HIV and AIDS response...read more
Articles from section "Natural and Human Disasters"
An organization supported by Catholics in Canada annouced last month that it was able to provide housing for 400 families in Haiti affected by the 2010 earthquake. On February 7, 2014, four …read more
A Vatican cardinal visiting the Philippines on behalf of Pope Francis as a gesture of consolation and spiritual closeness to the population after super Typhoon Yolanda (Haiyan) has raised …read more
On Tuesday, Jan. 12, 2010, a few minutes before 5 in the afternoon, an earthquake devastated Haiti, leaving at least 230,000 dead and affecting more than 3 million in a population of 9 …read more
Here is a message from the president of theCatholic Bishops Conference of the Philippines, Archbishop Socrates Villegas. * * * EIGHT days after Christmas, they gave the Child His name, He …read more
Pope Francis has asked the papal nuncio to the Philippines, Archbishop Giuseppe Pinto, to celebrate Christmas with typhoon victims still suffering from the natural disaster. The 'Super …read more