COMECE’s Secretariat has a new General Secretary: interview with Fr Olivier Poquillon, a Dominican, who will take up his post at the beginning of September.
In recent months the word ‘values’ has been all the rage in Europe’s political circles and media – but what exactly does it mean?
The general principles described by Pope Francis to the end that “differences are harmonised within a shared pursuit” may serve to guide European decision-makers in their process of integration.
The 2016 Charlemagne Prize has been awarded to Pope Francis. Interviewed by a group of French Catholics, he gives his private views on his vision of Europe Europe
Herman Van Rompuy, President Emeritus of the European Council, reflected in a keynote speech in the Chapel of Europe in Brussels the 20th January 2016 on the values of the European Union.
The conflict between Iran and Saudi Arabia has political, economic, cultural, and religious roots that reach back to the origins of Islam. Subsequent history has only embittered it and made matters worse.
Travelling through Europe by train or from the armchair.
Denzil Fernandes SJ is an Indian Jesuit. He spent sometime in Brussels and shares his reflexion on the EU compared to India.
The COMECE Summer University is developing into an annual think-tank meeting of young and established scientists/academics.
In his encyclical Laudato Si’, Pope Francis directly links environmental questions with social questions, and calls into question the predominant role of market-based economics.
In Berlin, Elizabeth II appealed against putting the fruits of common endeavour at risk by undermining our European unity.