Pope Francis said he was saddened after a Turkish court ruled to revert the iconic Hagia Sophia museum into a mosque.
By DALE GAVLAK, Catholic News Service
Published June 17, 2020
CAFOD and other agencies warn that Yemen’s health care system, ravaged by five years of civil war, is collapsing, while its people risk famine as the Arabian Peninsula’s poorest country struggles with the coronavirus.
By PRISCILLA GREEAR, Special to the Bulletin
Published June 11, 2020
Building on its 20 years of work in the Americas’ second poorest nation, Amigos for Christ has plowed ahead in a door-to-door campaign to help Nicaraguans stay safe amid the pandemic.
By JUNNO AROCHO ESTEVES, Catholic News Service
Published May 28, 2020
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