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Crux: ACNUSA Director of Outreach on ongoing conflict in Central African Republic


“The Church has been the key actor in supporting peace talks and will continue to be the principal agent in rebuilding CAR after there is peace.”

Help for the Formation of Carmelite Novices in Africa


By the age of five, Jean-Thierry Ebogo from Cameroon knew he wanted to be a priest. For him, the priesthood meant “being Jesus.” But in …

Cardinal says Central African Republic is on fragile road to peace


“Work for peace is carried out through encounters, but also by implementing joint projects that require groups to work together to achieve a mutual goal. This way, they learn to get along with one another again.”

30,000 Copies of the New Testament for the Central African Republic


At last, the new edition of the New Testament in Sango, the national language of the Central African Republic, is finished and ready for distribution! …

Help for the Formation of 39 Carmelite Friars in Central Africa


Last year, the Carmelite Fathers in the Central African Republic had good reason to celebrate. Young Brother Christo was taking his perpetual vows. His parents …

Bishop accuses Gulf States of seeking control of Central African Republic


“Thousands of mercenaries, most of them foreigners, have invaded the country from the north aided by the Gulf States and by Chad and with the complicity of other countries, such as Sudan and Niger. Their aim is to divide up the country and they are helping themselves like pitiless predators to the mineral wealth of the country.”

Central African Republic: diocese comes back to life in wake of massacre


“We have lost everything, except our faith,” Bishop Yapaupa said. He added: “We can still look into the eyes of our enemy and offer him our sincere pardon, without giving way to a spirit of vengeance or fear.”

In Central African Republic, Church works to heal wounded nation


“Religion is no more than a pretext in this case. It is above all a political, economic and geo-strategic conflict.”

Attack on church in Central African Republic kills 24


“The grenade was thrown from behind the parish walls into the crowd of people at Mass. It exploded.”

This Holy Week, a letter from the heart of darkness in Africa


“Jesus is the Word that has come down from heaven, the seed which fell to earth with the outpouring of his blood and which sprang forth from the earth with new life—and this is the life that we carry within us as Christians.”

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Devastation in beirut

“Beirut is a devastated city. It’s a war scene – there is destruction and desolation in all its streets, its districts and its houses.”
Maronite Patriarch Cardinal Bechara Boutros Rai.

The destruction caused by the 2,750 tons of ammonium nitrate which exploded inside a warehouse was immediate, its impact intensely felt by the Christian quarter.
For a country hit by civil unrest, economic collapse, COVID and now disaster, how much more can our faithful endure? Please give today.