Pax Christi International

Pax Christi International Annual General Meeting begins in Arras, France, 19-22 April

STATEMENT: Pax Christi International asks world leaders to refrain from air strikes in Syria and stabilize relations for long-term peace

Catholic Nonviolence Initiative holds Nairobi consultation on a new moral framework for Catholic teaching on nonviolence, just peace

STATEMENT: Pax Christi International condemns the vicious and violent suppression of peaceful protest in Gaza

See our latest infographic highlighting our advocacy work from 2017

STATEMENT: A call to the European Union - Human rights violations continue in Honduras

#ThisIsNonviolence: Spread the word that "This is what NONVIOLENCE looks like!"

NEWS

NEWSLETTER: The March-April 2018 edition of the Pax Christi International newsletter is now online

Pax Christi International member organisations from around the world continue to promote peace and practice nonviolence to create a world that is more just, sustainable and whole. In this newsletter, you'll get but a small glimpse of all that is happening throughout our network...

Rwanda: Member organisation Association Modeste et Innocent staff offer prayers for peace for DR Congo, South Sudan

On Friday, 23 February, members of the staff of our member organisation Association Modeste et Innocent (AMI) in RWANDA put their hearts together with other believers from around the world in solidarity with the Holy Father Pope Francis for the Prayer for Peace in favor of the peoples of the Democratic Republic of Congo and South Sudan...

Belgium: Pax Christi Flanders and Pax Christi International are sad to announce the passing away of Mr. Mark Heirman

Mark Heirman passed away last Friday, 2 March. Mark was actively involved in the growth of Pax Christi Flanders from the very beginning in 1973...

STATEMENT: A call to the European Union - Human rights violations continue in Honduras

We as representatives of members organisations on the Pax Christi International working group on extractive industries in Latin America join the voices of those expressing great concern about the violations of the human rights of social leaders, human rights defenders and opposition leaders by Honduran State security forces...

UK: Women wanting peace say "thank you" to Pope Francis

In a twist to their usual annual project for International Women's Day, celebrating women peacemakers, Pax Christi are encouraging women the world over to write to Pope Francis for International Women's Day, 8 March, to affirm his leadership on peace, nonviolence, nuclear disarmament and an end to the arms trade...

Pax Christi International co-presidents promote Catholic Nonviolence Initiative on Vatican Radio

Leaders of the global peace network have asked Pope Francis to write an encyclical and appealed for nonviolence to be taught at all levels of education and parish life...

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