Pax Christi International

Pax Christi International announces the European Lawyers in Lesvos as recipient of the 2019 Peace Award

Pax Christi International joins other NGOs to promote faith approaches during the European Development Days

PRESS RELEASE: Pax Christi International acknowledges 71 years of the Nakba

Pax Christi International sponsors special side-event during NPT PrepCom on May 9th

Faith leaders, peace practitioners deepen Church's commitment to nonviolence and peace at conference in Rome

Statement from Pax Christi Asia-Pacific on the Sri Lanka bombings

Pax Christi International mourns the death of International Board member Fr. Neles Tebay of the Papua Peace Network

Empowering new generations on active nonviolence, entrepreneurship in Burundi, Rwanda, & Democratic Republic of Congo

NEWS

Syrian Conflict: What Role for Women?

This Friday, 17 January, the UN Security Council will hold a closed Arria formula meeting, organised by Luxembourg and the UK, focusing on women’s participation in resolving the Syrian conflict. The panelists will be representatives of the Syrian...

Bishops call for leaders of hope

Holy Land Co-ordination completes visit in support of local Church and the cause of peace. The Christian community of Gaza was the focal point of this year's visit to the Holy Land by Bishops from across Europe, North America and South Africa in...

WCC Christian-Muslim meeting on Syria

On 15-17 January the World Council of Churches (WCC) will convene a high level Christian-Muslim meeting on Syria to explore the role of religious leaders for peace and reconciliation in Syria after the Geneva II Conference on 22 January...

Maryknoll Office for Global Concerns petition: "Support freedom, not occupation"

US-based Pax Christi Member Maryknoll Office for Global Concerns calls on all people of good will to ask their senators and government representatives to support the US policy working for the end of the Israeli occupation in Palestine. The Maryknoll...

The "Wall Museum" – Palestinian Stories on the Wall in Bethlehem

Once the area around Rachel’s Tomb, a pilgrimage place for Muslims, Christians and Jews, was one of the liveliest in Bethlehem. The Hebron Road connected Jerusalem with Bethlehem: its northern section was the busiest street in town. It was the...

Holy Land Coordination 2014

The Holy Land Coordination, taking place from 11 to 16 January 2014, brings the Assembly of Catholic Ordinaries of the Holy Land together with bishops from North America, Europe and elsewhere at an annual pilgrimage in the Holy Land...

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