- Jul 6, 2020
A military response will not solve the ongoing Anglophone crisis in Cameroon, says a spokesman for the local Catholic Church.
Several Catholic bishops appealed to the Nigerian government to expedite actions that will lead to the release of Leah Sharibu and other girls held captive by Boko Haram insurgents.
A leading Catholic prelate in the Democratic Republic of Congo has warned the country’s new president that “hopelessness is increasingly capturing the hearts” of the country’s citizens.
Pope Francis’s surprise kiss on the feet of South Sudanese political leaders is the message of Easter, the country’s Christian leaders said in a joint Easter message.
Rwanda’s Catholic bishops apologized for urging the release of some prisoners convicted for roles in the 1994 genocide, saying they realized by the reaction that they had caused much hurt.
After 30 years of facing discrimination and persecution, most Catholics in Sudan are glad to see the back of President Omar al-Bashir.