- Jul 29, 2021
A Nigerian priest who was kidnapped on Christmas Eve recalled his experience after Mass this week, saying prayer is what saved him.
The Catholic church in Congo announced Thursday its data show a clear winner in Sunday’s presidential election, and it called on the electoral commission to publish the true results in “respect of truth and justice.”
With less than two months to the presidential election in Senegal, Catholic leaders have been spending the Christmas season preaching peace before, during and after the election.
Father Paulinus Ozodor, a Nigerian moral theologian at Notre Dame, says Christianity can contribute to Africa’s push for democracy, human rights and good governance.
A mass grave of 34 Ethiopian Christians executed by the so-called Islamic State group in 2015 has reportedly been unearthed in Libya.
Pope Francis has prayed for those suffering from violence and Ebola in Congo, and is urging peaceful elections.
Congo’s top archbishop on Saturday urged peace on the eve of the country’s long-delayed presidential election, saying differences of opinion are no reason to “light the country on fire.”
The new archbishop of Kinshasa warned peace will be endangered if elections — repeatedly delayed — are not held Dec. 30.