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For the 15th World Rare Disease Day

Le malattie che rientrano nel novero di quelle considerate rare, pur colpendo un numero limitato di persone per tipo di patologia, sono nel complesso numerose; nel mondo circa 300 milioni di persone vivono con una malattia rara[1]. L'impatto negativo di vivere con una malattia rara

Holy See on Leprosy (2022)

Pubblichiamo di seguito il Messaggio del Prefetto ad interim del Dicastero per il Servizio dello Sviluppo Umano Integrale, Card. Michael Czerny, S.I., in occasione della 69ma Giornata Mondiale per i Malati di Lebbra (Morbo di Hansen) che si celebra oggi, domenica 30 gennaio 2022: Messaggio dell’ Card.

Webinar: XXX World Day of the Sick

On the occasion of the solemn celebration of the XXX World Day of the Sick, the Dicastery for Promoting Integral Human Development is organizing a Webinar on 10 February 2022: "World Day of the Sick: Meaning, Objectives and Challenges". In this regard, in the coming days

From the Integral Dicastery

Communiqué from the Dicastery for Promoting Integral Human Development Responses of Card. M. Czerny S.J. and Sr. Alessandra Smerilli F.M.Afollowing the appointments made by the Holy Father on 23 December 2021 In a communiqué published in the Official Bulletin, the Holy See Press Office announced today that

Vatican urges support for family-based care for children amid pandemic

The COVID-19 Vatican Commission releases a document urging national governments and Church-run institutions to promote children’s rights and family-based care amid the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic. By Devin Watkins (Vaticannews) Severe poverty, orphaned children, increased exploitation and violence, and impeded education are just a few of the

Message from Card. Turkson for World Mental Health Day

(10 October 2021) Introduction World Mental Health Day is celebrated on 10 October. This year's theme is Mental Health in an Unequal World, and aims to draw attention to the inequalities that exist in the treatment and care of people with mental illness. In low- and

Holy See: Human Rights and Public Health

Statement of the Holy See on “Human Rights and Public Health” delivered by the Permanent Representative of the Holy See to the OSCE, Msgr. Janusz S. Urbanczyk, during Session 3 of the 2021 OSCE Asian Conference on 21 September 2021 (Permanent Mission of the Holy

Holy See: On Water and Sanitation

In a spirit of fraternity, universal access to clean water and sanitation is not only an urgent priority, given the need to reduce the risks of global health emergencies, but it is also a grave responsibility sharedby all, so that each and every one of

Season of Creation

Ahead of COP26, Pope Francis encourages Catholic faithful to celebrate Season of Creation The Season of Creation will be held 1 September through 4 October, the Feast of St. Francis of AssisiRecent UN report makes clear that urgent action is needed now. All Christians can

Pope Francis appoints Sr. Alessandra Smerilli as delegate of the Vatican COVID Commission

Pope names Sr. Smerilli as secretary of Dicastery for Human Development Pope Francis appoints Sr. Alessandra Smerilli, FMA, as the interim Secretary of the Dicastery for Promoting Integral Human Development and as a delegate of the Vatican Covid-19 Commission. By Vatican News The Pope has

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