French tensions over religious head coverings reveal the arduous task of building a society that is culturally diverse, yet essentially united.
On the fifth anniversary of 9/11, we publish excerpts from the Vatican representative’s address at the recent United Nations General Assembly’s plenary on counter-terrorism strategy.
Interdependence and Brotherhood are two necessary stages of humanity’s journey toward its complete reconciliation.
The following comments come from some of the 7,000 people and families who have overcome their reluctance to let others know their financial needs with an openness as precious as the openness of those who decide to share their financial resources.
How does one somehow re-inject that sense of responsibility for others into economic life, while retaining the good of what we have?
Two tragedies, two roads leading to peace. One Palestinian and one Israeli family share their stories of tragedy and peace at an international symposium on peace.
A reflective look at the United Nations today and at the challenges it has to face in the coming years from the perspective of a united world