At this time when the whole world is facing the pandemic through the vaccination, we are proposing to reflect together on this theme: THE INTERNATIONALISM OF VACCINES with interventions and testimonies from every continent and with a final appeal.
Participating countries: AFRICA Burundi, Nigeria, Rwanda, Senegal AMERICA Argentina, Peru, Uruguay, USA, Venezuela EUROPA Ireland, Italy, Malta, Portugal, Romania, Spain, Hungary ASIA Myanmar, Philippines
Everyone, especially the most vulnerable among us, requires assistance and has the right to have access to necessary care. This is even more evident in these times when all of us are called to combat the pandemic. Vaccines are an essential tool in this fight. I urge the entire international community, in a spirit of global responsibility, to commit to overcoming delays in the distribution of vaccines and to facilitate their distribution, especially in the poorest countries. Pope Francis Urbi et orbi 4.2.2021
From 16 to 24 May we celebrate Laudato si’ week in the special anniversary year LAUDATO SI promoted by the Dicastery for Promoting Integral Human Development with the Global Catholic Climate Movement of which FIAC and the CA of many countries are members.
In this week Friday, May 21 is the Global Action Day for our Common Home.
We are convinced that it is very important to work in networks, starting with the GCCM.
Rafael CORSO (ES)
Coordinator of IFCA Secretariat, President of CA Argentina
Prof. Roberto CAUDA
Infectiologist Policlinico “Agostino Gemelli” – Professor of Infectious Diseases Catholic University of the Sacred Heart- Rome
The voice of the continents
GCCM (Global Catholic Climate Movement) – Europe
Laudato si’ Week: Friday 21 May Global Action Day for Our Common Home
Marian Prayer – 21 May Our Lady of Nagasaki Japan For social workers.
Maria DE GIORGI
Xaverian Missionary, Shinmeizan Centre for Spirituality and Interreligious Dialogue, in the diocese of Fukuoka (Japan)
Languages: Italian, Spanish, English, French
- A shared commitment to get better from the pandemic. IFCA APPEAL
Webinar 21st May 2021●video and documents