Eco Catholic: Bangladesh delegates told the U.S. bishops that indigenous people are being forced from the rural lands their ancestors have lived on for centuries.
Preview: A church plan to build a nursing college in a rural village in Ghana is upended when they discover the site has been turned into an illegal gold mine.
Relations between Christians and Muslims in places where refugees of both faiths have landed -- in countries like Lebanon and Jordan -- are frayed.
Msgr. John Kozar, president of Catholic Near East Welfare Association was touched watching hungry schoolchildren in Ethiopia put away one of the two biscuits they received at a food program.
FRACKOPOLY: THE BATTLE FOR THE FUTURE OF ENERGY AND THE ENVIRONMENT
By Wenonah Hauter
Published by The New Press, 384 pages, $27.95
Eco Catholic & The Field Hospital: Priests, women religious and an archbishop joined more than 10,000 Filipinos in the "Break Free from Fossil Fuels" march in Batangas City.
The gang at EnviroClean Drycleaners in downtown Fort McMurray sticks together. They run the dry-cleaning business, provide music ministry every Sunday and when the wildfire disaster struck they hung together.
Bishop Thomas Zhang Huaixin of Anyang, who only accepted government recognition on the basis he didn't have to join the Chinese Catholic Patriotic Association, died May 8. He was 90.
French authorities have released hard-hitting messages against hate speech and discrimination in hiring as part of the three-year, $115 million (100 million euro) bid to fight racism and discrimination.
Up to 5.3 million people in South Sudan may face a severe food shortages during this year's lean season, the U.N. World Food Programme said on Monday, nearly double the number in the first three months of the year.
From January to March, 2.8 million people were classed as being in "crisis" or "emergency" food situations, with about 40,000 thought to be suffering an outright famine.