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Terror in Mozambique: Church wants to be part of the solution

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“The whole of society must be involved, and that includes the Church, which can contribute to the promotion of peace and stability for the country. We do what we can to spread love and peace to everyone.”

Cameroon kidnapping: ‘What happened is an abomination’

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“May God have mercy on us for this abomination, we should all go down on our knees and ask for pardon for the sins which were committed.”

A Vehicle for a Remote Mission Station in Zimbabwe

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Nearly 60 villages are served by Chitsungo Mission, the poorest parish in the Diocese of Chinhoyi in northern Zimbabwe. For Easter this year, Bishop Raymond …

Ongoing Formation for Members of a Congregation in Uganda

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The Congregation of the Brothers of Saint Martin de Porres was originally established in 1953, in what is now South Sudan. In Uganda today, its …

Nun’s murder triggers fear in Mozambique

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The other sisters had fled together with the girls, but Sister Maria, who was about to leave the house, suddenly thought of the little ones who might still be in the house and came back. It was then that they shot her.

Moses in Zambia: the story of a new cathedral

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“With the rapid increase and spread of Protestant Churches, we thought looking for a place in the outskirts of town and building a new church would eventually help us to develop a new parish for evangelization.”

Burkina Faso: ‘Faith, not guns, will save us’

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“People wake up in the morning and don’t know if they will become the latest victims of an attack, and nobody feels safe anymore.”

Malawi: ‘We want to reach out to every single person in the diocese’

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The large distances and shortage of priests and Church structures demand full participation of the laity in ministry.

A Marian Shrine for a Diocese in Angola

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The Catholic faithful of Angola have a deep love of the Blessed Virgin Mary and a profound devotion to her. Nearly every diocese in Angola …

Abuja under terrorist attacks: Archbishop decries insecurity and inequality

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Although the archbishop is skeptical that the ruling party will allow the 2023 vote to be fair, the Church has been encouraging everyone to register and to try and change the country through the ballot box. The worst that can happen, he adds, is for the ruling party to use the violence and instability as an excuse to postpone the elections indefinitely.

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