- Jul 15, 2020
More than once in recent days, Pope Francis has made reference to the “dopo” of the pandemic, using the Italian word for “after.” Friday, the pontiff said the aftermath will face serious issues with poverty, unemployment and hunger.
One of Nigeria’s leading archbishops says it would be “futile” to try to Islamize or Christianize the religiously diverse country of over 200 million people.
Nigerian Archbishop Ignatius Kaigama believes the African Church is behind Pope Francis’s efforts to fight sex abuse.
Nigerian Archbishop Ignatius Kaigama is pleading with the international community to combat anti-Christian persecution.
Bishops in Nigeria have called on the people of Africa’s most populous nation to get into politics and usher in desired change in the country as it prepares for general elections in 2019.
Amidst violent clashes between nomadic-herdsmen and settled farmers in central Nigeria, Catholic bishops met with Nigerian President Muhammadu Buhari, urging him to work towards a peaceful, equitable solution.