human rights

Take a look inside this week’s Catholic Herald

Pope Francis is due to visit Cuba in September – but group’s opposing the government have concerns

“In his quiet way, Berrigan challenged the powers that be, whether it be war-making, or injustice.”

The Church has in the past five decades stressed the importance of ideas that cluster around the phrase ‘human rights’ – in doing so, it has dug a hole for itself

Jesuit has refused police protection because most police are linked to organised crime

‘Responsibility to protect’ must be part of ‘rule of law,’ says nuncio

Bishop Rayappu Joseph of Mannar “happy and relieved” after human rights workers are freed

‘We call for political leaders to engage in sincere dialogue,’ says Caracas auxiliary bishop

Before her death from breast cancer the Catholic mother-of-seven devoted her life to life