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“Persecuted & Forgotten?” warns that the Church in the region could vanish if radical Islamists were to mount another attack on vulnerable communities—a threat highlighted by reports of jihadists escaping prison, as a result of renewed violence in northeastern Syria.

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In Pakistan, two kidnappings of under-age Christian girls

“I cannot go anywhere alone, for I might be attacked again, and I cannot worship freely. I have no security or legal protection. Still, I do not want to leave my country. This is my home.”

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A Church for the People of Nkontrodo, Ghana

Some 200 people of the town of Nkontrodo, a small community belonging to the Parish of Saint Francis in Elmina, Ghana, actively practice their Catholic faith, regularly attending Holy Mass and playing an active part in the life of the Church.

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A Car for Pastoral Work Among Tribal Peoples in India

Serving the poor and downtrodden, Sister Christine of the Merciful Sisters of the Cross has to cover considerable distances in the course of her work – frequently on poor roads and in inaccessible regions of India. Her old car had served her well for eight long years, but unfortunately, owing to the harsh conditions, it had become increasingly unreliable, repeatedly leaving her stranded in mid-route and becoming ever more expensive in repair costs. 

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For one young Maronite protester, hope for a better future for Lebanon

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“With your help we can stand with our people not just in offering spiritual help but also with material support which helps them to see that we are one body feeling with the suffering of each part of this body, and they are not alone. The hand of God is taking care of them.”

Sister Annie Demerjian, religious Sister of Jesus and Mary based in Aleppo. Syria
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