Eco Catholic: “Sub-national” was the hopeful strategic word of the day during the second week of the United Nations climate summit in Marrakech, Morocco.
Eco Catholic: The United Nations climate change conference, held this year in Marrakech, Morocco, is set to close on Friday.
Despite a 16-month campaign, Trump's concrete policy proposals still leave much to the imagination for those working in social justice ministries, but women religious share worries for the poor, immigrants and refugees, and women.
Making a Difference: "Negotiations could be successful if there is goodwill," says Bishop Shomali -- but the U.S. needs to stop blocking the way.
Preview: U.N. leaders are calling the Sept. 19 summit both historic and necessary given the record number of people displaced by wars, unrest and climate change.
Grace on the Margins: Catholic theologians, ethicists and physicians have issued a report challenging the church's teaching against the use of artificial birth control.
Eco Catholic: Allowing people to drink unsafe water or have no access to dependable, clean sources of water is shameful, Cardinal Peter Turkson told religious leaders.
Despite the 2015 nuclear deal, both party platforms are more belligerent toward Iran than they were four years ago.
Eco Catholic: Catholic sisters are pushing the U.N. and governments not to ignore the grassroots work already being done to fight poverty and related problems.
Global Sisters Report: Religious congregations among those working to put the 17 Sustainable Development Goals into action.