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Sri Lankan soldiers evacuating stranded flood victims.

Sri Lankan soldiers evacuating stranded flood victims.

Catholics, UN reaching out to Sri Lanka flood victims

07/06/2017 14:09

In the aftermath of a devastating cyclonic storm in Sri Lanka, Catholics of the island nation and the United Nations are supporting the needs of those affected.  

 

IEC in Cebu, Philippines:  Vatican Radio's Sean Lovett interviews Archbishop Bernardito Auza, the Holy See's Permanent Observer to the UN in New York

IEC in Cebu, Philippines: Vatican Radio's Sean P. Lovett interviews Archbishop Bernardito Auza, the Holy See's Permanent Observer to the UN in New York

Vatican Diplomat at IEC: Love of Eucharist in social justice

29/01/2016 11:39

The Vatican’s top diplomat at the UN in New York, Archbishop Bernardito Auza says the Eucharist is the source of the Church's social justice and dialogue with other faiths. The Archbishop was speaking at the 51st International Eucharistic Congress taking place in Cebu, Philippines.

The Holy See's Permanent Observer to the UN, Archbishop Bernardito Auza

The Holy See's Permanent Observer to the UN, Archbishop Bernardito Auza

Holy See: int'l cooperation needed to end Mideast conflicts

24/07/2015 11:45

The Holy See has renewed its call for international cooperation to bring to an end the conflicts in the Middle East and help care for the millions of refugees from Iraq and Syria

UN Secy_Gen. Ban ki_Moon (C) watches US president Barack Obama (R) and Cuban president (C) shake hands.

UN Secy_Gen. Ban ki_Moon (C) watches US president Barack Obama (R) and Cuban president (C) shake hands.

UN chief praises US-Cuba warming relations

11/04/2015 15:12

UN chief praises US-Cuba warming relations after the leaders of the two met and shook hands in Panama.

 

Archbishop Tomasi, the Holy See's permanent observer to the UN in Geneva

Archbishop Tomasi, the Holy See's permanent observer to the UN in Geneva.

Archbishop Tomasi calls for assistance, protection for Iraqi Christians

09/08/2014 12:43

In light of the growing unrest in Iraq, Archbishop Silvano Tomasi, the Holy See’s Permanent Observer to the United Nations in Geneva, spoke with Vatican Radio and expressed his perspective on an effective response of the international community.

World War One commemoration

World War One commemoration

UN Ambassadors remember WWI through poetry

05/08/2014 11:41

U.N. ambassadors from 14 countries whose soldiers fought in World War I have recorded poems about the conflict written by their best-known poets.

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