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Terrorists slit throats of Christians in Mozambique

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“One Christian managed to flee and he is the one who told the story. This is what happened on the night of Sept. 6 and the following day – 11 people were murdered in total and they left a trail of destruction and a lot of fear.”

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.”

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.

Terrorists strike Mozambique, ACN steps up aid

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“We have parishes that have been practically destroyed, priests who are living in difficult situations because they had to abandon their missions empty-handed; children, elderly people and others are in great need.”

Mozambique fears the worst as tropical storm batters the country

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“We are all praying that God may spare us another great disaster, in which it is always the poor who suffer the most.”

Mozambique: a cross with a broken Christ

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“The body—the feet, the hands and the head of Christ—is in separate pieces, as an expression of the reality lived by so many people here in this war zone of Cabo Delgado.”

Mozambique: a story of sorrow and salvation in Pemba

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“After two weeks, we found the body already decomposing. The head was hanging from a pole with the body lying next to it. Full of fear, we dug a grave while one person stood as a lookout.”

Why build a church among the poorest in Pemba, Mozambique?

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“A context of extreme poverty, poor housing for many, and the irrefutable lack of basic services to live with dignity is clearly a challenge that can trump other dubious needs, such as a church.”

ACN provides psychosocial support to IDPs in Mozambique

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“it’s good to see the change in the children who are now playing more, running more, jumping more, and even learning Portuguese.”

Urgent Repairs for a Parish Presbytery in Mozambique

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Today, almost 30 years after Mozambique was devastated by a savage civil war lasting from 1977 to 1992, large areas of the country have still …

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