Saturday 19. September 2020


Churches-EU Dialogue

COMECE and CEC meet with German EU Presidency


Joint contribution: reflections, proposals, policy recommendations

Future EU-Africa partnership

"a people-centred, just and responsible partnership between our continents"


Joint contribution

Covid-19 emergency

In line with the “social distancing” precautious measures recommended by the health authorities, COMECE cancels its Spring Assembly and postpones to October 2020 the reception for the celebration of its 40th anniversary.


Press Release

Covid-19 emergency

COMECE and CCEE Presidents raise a common prayer to God


Press Release & Prayer


 Live masses from European Sanctuaries 

COMECE launches an online platform for live streaming masses

COMECE is monitoring and contributing to these major EU policy areas:
11. September 2020
TOPSHOT - A migrant stands near tents as a fire burns in the Moria camp on the island of Lesbos on September 9, 2020. - The migrant camp of Moria, on the Greek island of Lesbos, has been partially evacuated after a fire that broke out early on Septem

Moria fires, COMECE urges action to protect asylum seekers

Webnews, 11/09/2020

In the context of the tragedy occurred in the Moria camp (Lesvos) on Tuesday 8 September 2020, the Bishops of the European Union urge the EU institutions and all Member States to act more swiftly and firmly to finally make the relocation of asylum seekers from the Greek islands a reality. Card. Hollerich“we need to enhance the common EU asylum policy”.

05. August 2020

Beirut explosion, Card. Hollerich expresses COMECE’s solidarity with the Lebanese people

Press Release, 05/08/2020

On behalf of all Bishops of the European Union, H.Em. Card. Jean-Claude Hollerich SJ, President of COMECE, reacted to the deadly explosion occurred yesterday, Tuesday 4 August 2020, in the port of the capital city of Lebanon. Read the full statement.

17. July 2020

A sustained ethical discourse has to accompany discussions on regulating AI

Webnews, 17/07/2020

In its contribution to the 'Consultation on the White Paper on Artificial Intelligence - A European Approach', COMECE calls the EU institutions to adopt a human-centric approach to Artificial Intelligence (AI) in order to promote the common good and serve the lives of all human beings both in their personal and community dimensions.

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