Pope Francis reflects on children

He continued his catechetical series on the family, concluding his reflections on the role of children in family life

Africa: Women and girls bear burden of caregiving

Most societies in Africa rely on women and girls to be voluntary caregivers for relatives when they are sick, as well as occupational caregivers for the community.

Happy Easter from all of us at OLA

May this Easter bring much joy and happiness in your life. Happy Easter to you and your loved ones from the OLA Sisters.

RIP Sr. Rosalie Bowles

1937- 2015

Pope Francis helps displaced Christians in Nigeria and Iraq

He has sent aid money to assist people in Iraq's Kurdistan region and northern Nigeria.

International Day of Reflection on the Genocide in Rwanda

Every year, on or around that date, the United Nations organizes commemorative events at its Headquarters in New York and at United Nations offices around the world.

The water crisis as a gender rights problem in the developing world

Globally, women and girls in developing countries spend an estimated 200 million hours every single day just collecting water in areas where potable water isn’t available locally.

One year after the Ebola epidemic

One year since the outbreak that killed more than 10,000 people

World Water Day 2015

The theme of 2015 is about how water links to all areas, we need to consider to create the future we want.

Elder people being left alone

This St Patrick’s Day, ALONE are asking emigrants to remember older people left at home who may be feeling isolated.