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Yancuba Darboe "Shares his Journey" with Linda Bordoni

Yancuba Darboe "Shares his Journey" with Linda Bordoni

Sharing Yankuba's Journey

29/09/2017 08:58

21-year old Yankuba Darboe from Gambia was one of the lovely young faces lighting up the “Share the Journey” press conference on Wednesday morning in the Vatican. He shares his story with us helping to kick of the global campaing that asks everyone to promote a culture of encounter. 

Pope Francis meets a group of migrants during his weekly General Audience

Pope Francis meets a group of migrants during his weekly General Audience

Pope invites all to 'Share the Journey' of migrants and refugees

27/09/2017 11:38

Pope Francis has loudly and clearly welcomed migrants, refugees and asylum seekers while expressing his support and gratitude for the Caritas Internationalis' “Share the Journey” campaign.

Pope Francis at General Audience

Pope Francis at General Audience

Pope urges governments and individuals to welcome migrants with open arms

27/09/2017 10:57

Pope Francis on Wednesday urged governments and all men and women of goodwill to welcome migrants with open arms and share in their plight as Jesus did. He was speaking to the crowds gathered in St. Peter’s Square for the weekly General Audience, 

 

Forced migrants are rescued by a humanitarian organization during a search and rescue operation in the Mediterranean

Forced migrants are rescued by a humanitarian organization during a search and rescue operation in the Mediterranean

Pope Francis set to launch Caritas' "Share the Journey" campaign

25/09/2017 16:03

Pope Francis is set, this week,  to launch a global campaign on migration. Entitled “Share the Journey” the 2-year Caritas Internationalis campaign aims to promote the strengthening of relationships between migrants, refugees and communities.

Michel Roy, secretary general of Caritas Internationalis

Michel Roy, secretary general of Caritas Internationalis, which is organising the joint ecumenical event in Malmo arena with the Lutheran World Federation's World Service

Caritas and Lutheran World Service to commit to vision of unity

30/10/2016 12:00

Caritas Internationalis and the Lutheran World Federation’s charitable arm, World Service, are jointly preparing a key event in Sweden’s Malmö arena as part of the October 31st anniversary of the Reformation

A boy carries a beam as he walks in a street of houses destroyed by Hurricane Matthew in Damassins, Haiti

A boy carries a beam as he walks in a street of houses destroyed by Hurricane Matthew in Damassins, Haiti

Caritas launches appeal not to abandon the people of Haiti

27/10/2016 19:34

Over 2.1 million Haitians were affected by Hurricane Matthew when torrential downpours and strong winds felled trees, swept away people and animals, and destroyed up to 90 percent of homes in some areas of the peninsula. Caritas Internationalis is on the ground bringing humanitarian relief. 

Haitians receive emergency supplies

Haitians receive food and other supplies after Hurricane Matthew devastated villages in the west of the island at the end of September

Caritas makes urgent appeal for hurricane victims in Haiti

20/10/2016 17:45

The head of Caritas Internationalis, Michel Roy travels to Haiti on Friday to raise awareness of the urgent needs of people in areas devastated by Hurricane Matthew at the end of September

An Iraqi woman and child flee from clashes in Qayyarah, south of Mosul

An Iraqi woman and child flee from clashes in Qayyarah, south of Mosul, as Iraqi forces move to retake the city from so-called Islamic State militants

Caritas warns of heavy civilian casualties in Mosul conflict

19/10/2016 18:33

The head of the Catholic aid and development agency, Caritas Internationalis, has warned the conflict in the Iraqi city of Mosul will cause heavy civilian casualties and will not be “a clean war” to rid the city of so-called Islamic State militants