Posts Tagged ‘Pope Francis’

Time for a EU Renaissance

On this Trinity Sunday, we wish our readers every joy and blessing. Pope Francis prays for a Europe of unity to make the dream of the EU’s founding fathers come […]

Integral changes without conflict

Laudato Si’ is an Encyclical Letter of Pope Francis that lays down an interesting perspective on ecological and societal factors as causes of global changes, such as migration. Even though […]

Lead by voicing concern in Church and Europe

Both the European Union and the Catholic Church seem to be in a crisis. Europe is facing the rise of nationalism and Brexit to mention a few. The Church is […]

Chaos and peace leadership

With the enthusiasm of the new year European and world leaders crafted both peace and justice as well as chaos and division. On January 1st, Pope Francis called for “good […]

The future of work – labour after Laudato Si’

Written by: Fr. Pierre Martinot-Lagarde SJ, The future of work – labour after Laudato Si’ The project presented here aims at addressing the challenges introduced by Laudato Si’ for the […]

Pope Francis in Dialogue with Europe

For Pope Francis the future of Europe is of crucial importance. For the fifth time, he delivered a speech on the topic of the continent where his family’s roots lie. […]

Rethinking Europe

With the participation of Pope Francis, COMECE is organising a Dialogue Congress on the Future of the European Union in the Vatican at the end of October. In the beginning was the […]

New spring in Europe?

In recent months a range of initiatives have emerged that actively support the European Union. Is this a sign that the EU’s identity crisis is coming to an end? At […]

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