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‘Obtaining an Identity Document Gives People the Kind of Life They Did Not Have Before’ 1

‘Obtaining an Identity Document Gives People the Kind of Life They Did Not Have Before’

ICMC interviews H.E. Buti Tlhagale, Archbishop of Johannesburg and spokesperson for the Southern African Catholic Bishops’ Conference, on statelessness, migration,...

The Church Is Called To Serve Migrants and Refugees Says ICMC Secretary General

Source: Our Sunday Visitor

On 24 January, Msgr. Robert J. Vitillo participated in a webinar organized by Georgetown University’s Collaborative on Global Children’s Issues to discuss the Church's response to the rising number of unaccompanied and separated migrant children. ICMC Secretary General stated: “Jesus then showed us how to care for other people with their vulnerabilities, but he also saw the potential in the people and the strength that they have."

International Migrants Day 2023

“I Came Here Out of Love for My Daughter” – International Migrants Day 2023

On 18 December, we celebrate International Migrants Day, a day dedicated to recognising the contribution, resilience, and challenges faced by...
U.S. Bishops Call on Congress to Do More to Protect Unaccompanied Migrant Children 1

U.S. Bishops Call on Congress to Do More to Protect Unaccompanied Migrant Children

On 9 November, Bishop Mark J. Seitz of El Paso, chairman of the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops (USCCB)’s...

“Let’s Stay in Touch, If We Are Still Alive”

In a continued show of support for the people of Ukraine following the Russian invasion in February 2022, ICMC Secretary...
ICMC Supports Ukrainian Catholic Church Welcoming People Fleeing Conflict in the East

ICMC Supports Ukrainian Catholic Church Welcoming People Fleeing Conflict in the East

Promoting Healing and Resilience: ICMC partners with Catholic Church structures in Ukraine to Provide Psychosocial and Spiritual Support to those affected by war

Promoting Healing and Resilience: ICMC Partners With Catholic Church Structures in Ukraine To Provide Psychosocial and Spiritual Support to Those Affected by War

In the wake of the full-scale Russian invasion of Ukraine, commencing in February 2022, the Roman Catholic Church (RCC) in...

ICMC on Displaced Children in Ukraine

Source: Rome Reports

ICMC Secretary General Msgr. Robert J. Vitillo discusses with Rome Reports his latest trip to Ukraine, during which he visited the various programs supported by ICMC that serve internally displaced people.

ICMC delegation visits Ukraine

Caring for Unaccompanied Migrant Children in Djibouti

Annual Report 2022

Healing trauma in Ukraine with stuffed friends

From food distribution to trauma therapy, Ukrainian priest is on wound-healing mission for displaced Ukrainians (first published by Our Sunday...
Sr. Josaphata, Ukrainian foster mother

Sr. Josaphata, Ukrainian Foster Mother

Mozambican miner in the diocese of Rustenburg, during the pastoral visit of South African Bishop Robert Mphiwe on 27-28 August 2021 (SACBC, 2021)

Southern African Bishops’ Conference Coordinates Church Response to the Needs of Migrants and Refugees

The Office for Pastoral Care of Migrants and Refugees in Southern Africa leads efforts to coordinate a sustainable Church response...
ICMC in Ukraine - Healing the Invisible Wounds of War

ICMC in Ukraine – Healing the Invisible Wounds of War

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