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Nigeria: ‘before our glory departs’


“Sadly, human life is hemorrhaging so badly in Nigeria, but the greatest tragedy is the death of empathy from those in power.”

The seed of Thomas the Apostle bears fruit: missionaries from India serve in Africa


“Thus begins the process of implanting the order of the Discalced Carmelites deep into Zambian soil.”

Feast of the Infant Jesus of Prague at Bangui

In Central African Republic, a jubilee celebration marred by violence


The 58-year-old Italian Carmelite Father Aurelio Gazzera came out of his room to find himself suddenly face-to-face with two armed men.

Novices of the Clarissan Missionary Sisters of the Blessed-Sacrament in Nigeria-thank ACN donors

Much would be impossible without ACN support—letters of thanks from around the world


“When we knocked on your door, you responded generously.”

A Marian procession in Bosnia Herzegovina

Bosnia and Herzegovina: bishops condemn corruption and mistreatment of Catholics


it would have been the duty of “native and foreign officials” to create a general “political, legal and material” framework that would have made it possible for the Catholic minority to remain in the country, but this did not happen.

Record numbers join rosary campaign


“It has taken on a life of its own and we have seen through the social networks how a great many people were invited to join in by friends, their local parishes or dioceses,”

One million children praying the rosary can change the world


“When one million children pray the rosary, the world will change.”

In Benin

‘Every continent has its own calling—the calling of Africa is the family’


“What we carry out is not just work but a mission that the Lord has entrusted to us for the growth of the Church all over the world.”


Food packages bring ray of hope to Beirut


“If I were to go to the supermarket and purchase the least of these products, I would not have enough cash left to survive the rest of the month.”

Father Léandre Mbaydeyo

Chad priest: ‘I am a child of the war’


“it is exceedingly difficult for a Muslim to convert to Christianity, and those who do take this step are often rejected by their families.”

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