Belated, but Powerful:

The response of the Catholic Church to HIV/AIDS in Five Southern African Countries A. Munro Southern African Catholic Bishops’ Conference AIDS Office, Pretoria, South Africa Download Here

The Role of the Catholic Church in Meeting the Challenge of HIV/AIDS In Africa

Remarks by Rev. Robert J. Vitillo, Co-Chairperson of Caritas Internationalis Task Force on HIV/AIDS Executive Director, Catholic Campaign for Human Development (U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops) Discussion Sponsored by the Center for Strategic International Studies Washington, D.C., June 26, 200….

AIDS: Some Moral Theological Issues

Larry Kaufmann, Cape Town, Nov 2001 1.      Complexity of the issue 2.      Attitudes 3.      Theological pitfalls 4.      Ethics of prevention Download Here

Dedication prayer for AIDS Caregivers

WE BELIEVE that we are part of God’s dream for the church and the world, and that God is shaping us, as the potter shapes the clay, into the kind of human and church community that is the dream in…

A Message Of Hope

We the people of Southern Africa find ourselves in the middle of a great crisis in our nations caused by HIV/AIDS.  Many people despair when they are stricken with HIV/AIDS because they feel rejected and sometimes are rejected by their…


Johan Viljoen, Nov 2000 Written for The Southern Cross “The church is doing nothing about Aids”. This statement is repeated so often, that it has almost come to be regarded as a statement of fact. Lay members constantly profess their…