Eduardo Berdejo

Eduardo Berdejo

Eduardo Berdejo has a Journalism degree from the Universidad Nacional Mayor de San Marcos (Peru). He has been a member of the ACI Prensa team since 2001. He has covered Pope Francis' visits to Cuba, Mexico, Colombia, and Peru. He also holds a diploma in Comparative Literature from the University of Piura (Peru) and has completed the Comprehensive Course on Style Correction at the Lima Publishing School (Peru).

Articles by Eduardo Berdejo

Cardinal Rueda: With trust placed in Jesus, you can face the most adverse situations

Jul 4, 2024 / 09:00 am

The Christian who places his trust in the cross and resurrection of Christ can face the most adverse situations, Cardinal Luis José Rueda Aparicio said.

Bishops speak out against worsening violence in southwest Colombia

Jun 18, 2024 / 17:50 pm

The prelates issued a statement on June 14 calling on authorities to “find the solutions” to bring peace to the country.

Colombian bishop warns that deterioration of society is rooted in weakening of the family

Jun 16, 2024 / 09:30 am

In the latest editorial of the diocesan newspaper La Verdad, bishop of Cúcuta in Colombia, José Libardo Garcés invited Christians to reflect on the family.

Cuba’s government shuts down priest’s peaceful protest

May 22, 2024 / 15:45 pm

Father Alberto Reyes held a peaceful protest over the situation in the country by ringing the bells of his parish as a sign of mourning each night there was no electricity.

Colombians march simultaneously in multiple cities to demand end to abortion

May 6, 2024 / 15:45 pm

Under the theme “Colombia, With Life There Is Hope,” tens of thousands of Colombians took to the streets May 4 in more than 110 cities and towns throughout the country.

Colombian bishops call for day of prayer for peace, reconciliation in violence-torn country

May 2, 2024 / 06:00 am

The Colombian Bishops’ Conference has called on all Catholics to join the Day of the Holy Cross on May 3 in a prayer for peace and reconciliation in that country.

Catholic Church in Cuba offers to facilitate dialogue between government and opposition

Apr 20, 2024 / 10:30 am

In an interview with NBC News, the priest referred to protests that once again shook the country, this time in March on the eastern end of the island.

Bishop-elect dies within days of his episcopal consecration 

Apr 11, 2024 / 14:05 pm

The Diocese of Dunkeld, Scotland, announced that Father Martin Chambers passed away at the age of 59 just weeks before being consecrated bishop.

‘Out of Christian charity,’ priests bury migrants who died in Darien jungle

Apr 5, 2024 / 17:00 pm

The inhospitable Darién jungle has for years become an unavoidable route for hundreds of thousands of migrants who want to reach the United States.

Pope Francis accepts resignation of Peruvian archbishop

Apr 2, 2024 / 16:15 pm

The Vatican announced that Pope Francis has accepted the resignation of Archbishop José Antonio Eguren of Piura and Tumbes, Peru.

‘Cuba Decides’ initiative says Cubans are ready to transition to democracy

Mar 21, 2024 / 17:05 pm

The Cuba Decides initiative is calling on the international community to support the country’s peaceful transition to democracy.

Central American bishops to address migration crisis in Darien jungle

Mar 8, 2024 / 07:00 am

The meeting was convened by the Vatican’s Dicastery for Promoting Integral Human Development and will take place in Panama City.

UN calls on Nicaragua to disclose where it is holding abducted Bishop Isidoro Mora

Jan 8, 2024 / 17:20 pm

“We urge the government of Nicaragua to urgently report the whereabouts of Bishop Mora, a victim of forced disappearance for 16 days,” the U.N. office stated.

Cardinal Filoni warns that Christians in the Holy Land are feeling the dearth of pilgrims

Jan 8, 2024 / 16:50 pm

The grand master of the Equestrian Order of the Holy Sepulcher, Cardinal Fernando Filoni, concluded on Jan. 3 a five-day visit to the Holy Land.

Pope Francis urges humanitarian response to Darien migration tragedy

Dec 20, 2023 / 18:50 pm

“We need the joint effort of the most directly affected countries and the international community to prevent this tragic reality,” Pope Francis said.

Cardinal Becciu convicted: six things to know about the prelate and his trial

Dec 19, 2023 / 10:15 am

Cardinal Angelo Becciu is the first cardinal to be sentenced by a Vatican court since its creation as a city-state in 1929.

St. Januarius’ blood miraculously liquifies again in Naples

Dec 18, 2023 / 18:40 pm

The Archdiocese of Naples, Italy, announced that the miracle of the liquefaction of the blood of St. Januarius was repeated Saturday.

Nahida and Samar: Mother and daughter killed in attack on Gaza parish

Dec 18, 2023 / 18:00 pm

Vatican News reported Dec. 16 that Samar Anton was killed while she was trying to help her mother, Nahida Anton, who was hit by Israeli gunfire.

World’s ‘largest living Nativity scene’ opens in Colombia

Dec 9, 2023 / 08:00 am

Since Dec. 2, the faithful in Barranquilla, Colombia, have been able to visit the staging of “the largest Nativity scene in the world.”

Italian bishop suspends selecting godparents for baptism and sponsors for confirmation

Dec 8, 2023 / 19:00 pm

Bishop Mario Vaccari of Massa Carrara-Pontremoli in Italy said he made his decision because “emotional ties” have been prioritized over pastoral ones.