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

IPB Triennial Gathering: new international leadership structures elected

The recent International Peace Bureau (IPB) Triennial Gathering in Stockholm was dedicated, among others, to the renewal of IPB’s international leadership structures for the timeframe 2013-2016. Fr. Paul Lansu was elected as Vice-President of IPB...

Pax Christi USA Teacher of Peace Award

Pax Christi USA has named Mary Meg McCarthy, Executive Director of the Heartland Alliance’s National Immigrant Justice Center, as the 2013 recipient of the Pax Christi USA Teacher of Peace Award. Pax Christi USA first gave the award to...

The International Peace Bureau calls for an end to militarism

The International Peace Bureau (IPB) Triennial Gathering which took place in Stockholm, Sweden, on 13-15 September welcomed the agreement between Russia and the USA on chemical weapons in Syria. Hopefully this will lead to negotiations...

Goodbye of Bishop van Luyn

On 16 September, Pax Christi Netherlands says goodbye to Msgr. Ad van Luyn, Bishop President of Pax Christi Netherlands for the past 19 years. A seminar on the meaning of a “United Europe” is being held on this occasion. Keynote speaker...

International Peace Bureau Triennial Gathering

Every three years the International Peace Bureau holds a special gathering to bring together members and supporters, and to discuss the challenges facing us as peace movements in an unstable and over-militarised world. Pax Christi International...

Syria: thinking beyond violence

On 10 September, the German section of Pax Christi issued a statement on the current situation in Syria. Pax Christi Germany is concerned about a potential military intervention in Syria, and calls on the international community to...

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