Joseph F.X. Zahra, a Maltese economist spoke at a U.N. event on economics, saying economic systems are operated by people and should be based on principles of freedom and dignity.
The indigenous people of Chiapas, Mexico, hope that Pope Francis' trip will revive dreams of social justice represented to many here by the Zapatista movement of the mid-1990s.
Soul Seeing: Rather than trumpeting retaliation with bombs and soldiers, imagine risking relationship with those in the Islamic State group, rather than maintaining the us versus them stalemate.
Col. Inocente Orlando Montano's extradition has set off a chain reaction in El Salvador, as authorities pursue suspects wanted for the killing of six Jesuit priests.
Pope Francis sent condolences to Taiwan following a magnitude-6.4 earthquake that left at least 37 people dead as the island prepared to celebrate Chinese New Year, reported ucanews.com.
At the Intersection: The Zika virus adds to the hardship women face regarding fertility and pregnancy and a lack of access to control over their own bodies.
NCR Today: Time and again the international community has lost the opportunity to address the enormous burden of human suffering the war in Syria has wrought.
Global Sisters Report Preview: As Haiti's current president prepares to leave office without a replacement on February 7, there are no clear answers for how the country will progress.
The Commission of the Bishops' Conference of the European Community welcomed a move by the European Parliament to classify atrocities and religious cleansing by the Islamic State as genocide.
A church and mosque in France’s “jungle” camp for migrants and refugees have been destroyed, despite authorities’ reportedly promising not to demolish the places of worship. Residents were given minutes.