Month: July 2018

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A vehicle for pastoral work in Argelia
In Algeria, the birthplace of Saint Augustine, there are only around 5,000 Catholics living today. Algeria, in Northwest Africa, is...
Priests in the frontier zone – instruments of spiritual comfort
“Many people arrive here weeping, with serious problems, anxious or saddened because they are leaving their country, because they have...
Ivory Coast: “Religion can bring about reconciliation”
The Ivory Coast, officially Republic of Côte d´Ivoire, is a country in transition: after years of civil war, the people...
Mass stipends for priests in Quetta
Ever since 1948 an on-off conflict has been dragging on in the state of Balochistan between...
Political crisis in Nicaragua: Cardinal Brenes appeals for help
Cardinal Brenes tells ACN:  “The town of Masaya is under a hail of bullets – please put pressure on the...
Christians in Iraq: Quo Vadis?
“IS tried to take the monastery. In August of 2014 we were convinced that they would succeed,” Archbishop Timotheos Moussa...
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