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Nigerian Bishops Fear Instability Ahead of 2019 Elections || Catholics Hail 200 Years of Existence in Southern Africa  ||  Focus on Witchcraft at Exorcists' Summit Signifies a Paradigm Shift  ||  East African Mormons Look Forward to a Nairobi Temple  ||  America's Petty Policy on Used Clothes for Africa  ||  Organizer of Bishops' Summit Says "mind the gap" on Church and Youth  ||  Priests are Performing Exorcists Over the Phone, Cardinal Claims

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Nigerian Bishops Fear Instability Ahead of 2019 Elections

Nigerian Bishops Fear Instability Ahead of 2019 Elections

Nigerian Bishops Fear Instability Ahead of 2019 Elections Crux || By Ngala Killian Chimtom || 17 April 2018 As Africa’s most populous nation heads to the polls in 2019, Nigerian Bishop Matthew Kukah said it would be “the greatest miracle” if the elections are successfully organized. The Bishop...

Catholics Hail 200 Years of Existence in Southern Africa

Catholics Hail 200 Years of Existence in Southern Africa

Catholics Hail 200 Years of Existence in Southern Africa IOL News || By Anna Cox || 18 April 2018 About 4 million southern African Catholics will celebrate the 200th anniversary of their freedom of religion in the country in June. The Archdiocese of Joburg will mark the occasion with a...

Focus on Witchcraft at Exorcists’ Summit Signifies a Paradigm Shift

Focus on Witchcraft at Exorcists’ Summit Signifies a Paradigm Shift

Focus on Witchcraft at Exorcists’ Summit Signifies a Paradigm Shift Crux || By John L. Allen Jr. || 18 April 2018 For most Americans and Europeans, the global north-south shift in the Church’s center of gravity over the last half-century truly comes home when they look around at priests and...

East African Mormons Look Forward to a Nairobi Temple

East African Mormons Look Forward to a Nairobi Temple

East African Mormons Look Forward to a Nairobi Temple Religion News Service (RNS) || By Fredrick Nzwili || 18 April 2018 The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints will break ground for a temple in Nairobi to serve its growing number of East African followers. The church confirmed the...

  • Nigerian Bishops Fear Instability Ahead of 2019 Elections

    Nigerian Bishops Fear Instability Ahead of 2019 Elections

    Thursday, 19 April 2018 19:02
  • Catholics Hail 200 Years of Existence in Southern Africa

    Catholics Hail 200 Years of Existence in Southern Africa

    Thursday, 19 April 2018 19:05
  • Focus on Witchcraft at Exorcists’ Summit Signifies a Paradigm Shift

    Focus on Witchcraft at Exorcists’ Summit Signifies a Paradigm Shift

    Thursday, 19 April 2018 19:10
  • East African Mormons Look Forward to a Nairobi Temple

    East African Mormons Look Forward to a Nairobi Temple

    Thursday, 19 April 2018 19:14

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Pope Francis Awards Medal to Biographer of South African Archbishop Denis Hurley
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Bishops in Eastern Congo Question Causes of Ethnic Violence
Governor in Nigeria Urges Communication Directors to Uphold Integrity of Catholic Church
Black Spiritual Traditions have Long History in Catholic Church
U.S. Maryknoller Works to Help Young Catholic Africans Make Voices Heart
Nigerian Nuns take Action against Violent Conflict within Country
Bishops in Kenya: "We urge all leaders across the political divide to support the newly found collaboration so that it does not remain a public relation exercise"
Cameroon Cardinal Accuses military of Abuses in Fight against Anglophone Separatists
"Our prayers have been answered": Local Christians Rejoice Over Unexpected Meeting Between President and Leader of Opposition in Kenya"
Priest's Murder Cause Fear for Clergy's Safety in Congo
Essay on Development and Challenges of Small Christian Communities in Africa to be Part of a Resource Book for Use Globally
Papal Envoy Calls for a "new springtime" for Troubled Nigerian Diocese
Church Network on Immigration Reveals Strong Contrasts by Country: from Bangladesh to Uganda
These Christian Monasteries are the Oldest in the World
Interfaith Film Misses Oscar, but Raised Hope in Africa
Bishop Asks Nigerian Government to Work for Rescue of Kidnapped Girls
Pope Adds Feast of Mary, Mother of the Church to Universal Calendar
Missing Catholic Priest found 'mutilated' in DR Congo
South Africa Loses a Great Theologian
Tanzania Church Backs School Ban for Pregnant Students
Church in Kenya Loses Dedicated Nun, Don Who Shaped Gender Perspectives
Nigerian Christian Community Mourns Boko Haram Kidnapping
Cardinal Sarah: High-ranking Prelates Trying to Change Christian Morality
Church "on the side of the suffering" in Chad
Voter Registration, Ahiara Bishop's Resignation, Killings among Matters Discussed by Catholic Bishops in Nigeria
This Couple Gave Up Everything to Help Sudanese Refugees in Uganda
Congo's Bishop: Two Killed During Protests against 'dictatorship'
From College to University: The Audacity of African Jesuits
Nairobi-based Catholic University's Moral Theology Department Realizes International Conference on Ecology
Global Response to Pope's Call to Pray for South Sudan and DR Congo
Catholic Priest in Ghana Calls for Amendment of Education Curriculum
Togo Bishops Call for Prayers for National Dialogue, Insist on Term Limits
Pope Accepts Resignation of "disputed" Bishop of Ahiara Diocese, Nigeria
Catholic Social Teaching's Judgement on South Africa President Ramaphosa
Church of Scotland Moderator Joins Pope Francis in CAll to Pray for Peace in DR Congo and South Sudan
Kenya's Bishops Urge Reconciliation amid Disputed Presidency
South African Bishops: Zuma's Resignation was Long Overdue
From 'We can't' to 'Of course we can, absolutely': Women Religious in Nigeria
After Zuma's Exit, Catholics Help South Africa Move On
A Long Road to Rural Health Care: Sisters Serve Ghana's Remote Villages
Catholic Church in Tanzania Says President Magufuli is Endangering 'national unity'
Bishop-elect in Zimbabwe Believes Poverty of Diocese a Strength, Not a Weakness
4.5 Million Displaced in Congo Struggling to Survive, Says Aid Worker
Influx of Cameroon Refugees into Nigeria Worries Catholic Church
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South Sudan Bishop Wins Roosevelt Freedom Award for His Peace Village
South African Bishops Urge Zuma to 'put good of country first'
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Pope Announces Day of Prayer, Fasting for DR Congo and South Sudan
Praying for Chagne in DR Congo: The Catholic Church Takes on Kabila
Catholic Bishops in Kenya Urge Respect of Fundamental Rights and Freedoms after Shutdown of Four TV Stations
Church in Ghana Continues to Mark 125 Years of Catholicism
Congolese Official Denies Ordering Police to Stop Cathedral Mass
In Kenya, Debt-Ridden Christian Universities Struggle to Stay Open
Heart of Forgiveness: Ugandan Women once Child Soldiers Now Lead Peace
Cameroon Bishops Say Culture Must Play a Part in Training Priests
Papal Decree Recognizes Martyrdom of Religious in Algeria
Caritas Uganda is Calling for International Help for South Sudanese Refegees
Kenyan Nuns Take Over Hospitals after Protracted Battle with American Priest
In Nigeria, Brutal Attacks and a Story of Survival
Catholic Bishops in South Sudan Promise Collaboration with Episcopal Church's Archbishop Elect

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