- Jun 18, 2021
Police in Kenya arrested a suspect accused of brutally murdering a Catholic priest in 2019.
Bishop Mathew Kukah of Sokoto says “our people have risen to the challenge” of Islamic terrorism in Nigeria.
Caritas, the church’s charitable aid agency, is tackling unemployment in Ghana, especially for young women.
Secretary-General Antonio Guterres strongly criticized the Central African Republic’s security and allied forces in a new report for an “unprecedented increase in hostile threats and incidents” targeting U.N. peacekeepers and alleged human rights abuses.
Catholic bishops in Eritrea have expressed anger at the forced takeover of church-run institutions as the government moved to confiscate or close more schools.
A Catholic bishop in Cameroon says the U.S. State Department’s sanctions on those responsible for undermining the country’s peace process as merely “cosmetic.”
Pope Francis accepted the resignation of Cardinal Wilfrid F. Napier, 80, for reasons of age and appointed Bishop Siegfried Mandla Jwara to succeed him as archbishop of Durban, South Africa.