• What it’s like to be a missionary in Central African Republic

    What it’s like to be a missionary in Central African Republic

    • Oct 25, 2017

    In the context of the Central African Republic’s extreme poverty, Chilean missionary Father Yovane Cox has managed to build a school for 300 children and hopes to build another with the capacity for 400 students. The persecution Christians in the Central African Republic are facing is coming from a mostly Muslim group “which is being politically manipulated,” Cox said.

  • Ugandan archbishop calls on government to apologize to neighbors for militia group

    Ugandan archbishop calls on government to apologize to neighbors for militia group

    • Oct 6, 2017

    An archbishop in Uganda says the government should help neighboring countries in their fight against the Lord’s Resistance Army, a Ugandan militia accused of war crimes. The LRA was pushed out of Uganda a decade ago, but continues to cause havoc in Congo and the Central African Republic.

  • Bishop sheltering Muslims in CAR says fear of death is real

    Bishop sheltering Muslims in CAR says fear of death is real

    • Sep 8, 2017

    The Catholic bishop of a mid-sized town in the Central African Republic who’s sheltering roughly 2,000 Muslims at his seminary seeking safety from attacks by largely Christian militias says they can’t even set foot off seminary grounds to seek basic goods for their families such as firewood, medicine, food and water without fear of death.