The pope released a video message in which he urged the Congolese and South Sudanese people to place their hope in God.
Hundreds of vulnerable children in Rundu, Namibia, have received nutritional support from members of the Religious Institute of the Salesians of Don Bosco (SBD) in a collaborative initiative.
The training that members of the Positive Psychology Association of Kenya (PPAK) have organized this month seeks to go beyond the usual focus on “life skills”, an official of the Kenyan entity has said.
On July 2, the Church celebrates the life and work of St. Otto. He was born in 1060 in Swabia, and died on June 30, 1139. He was the Bishop of Bamberg, an indefatigable evengelizer, and the apostle of the Pomeranians.
The Archbishop of South Africa’s Durban Archdiocese has cautioned against unofficial reports, “especially those distributed on social media”, on Fr. Bheki Monamoholo Motloung who has been missing since Pentecost Sunday, June 5.
At the Vigil Mass in honor the late Fr. Vitus Borogo, a Catholic Clergy of Kaduna Archdiocese, the Archbishop of the Nigerian has decried the high levels of insecurity in the West African country, saying it has reached unprecedented levels.
Newly Ordained Priests and Deacons in the Catholic Diocese of Douala, Cameroon, have been encouraged to “be generous” with their lives in God’s service, availing themselves as missionaries whenever they are commissioned.
A Catholic Bishop in Uganda has challenged those at the helm of Our Lady of Africa Senior Secondary Namilyango (OLAN) to foster their proven “skills of leadership” in the students enrolled at the private institution of learning.
In an interview published Friday, Pope Francis said that he believes it is time to rethink the concept of “just war.”
St. Junípero Serra was born on November 24, 1713 on the island of Majorca, Spain. He joined the Franciscans in 1730, and became so accomplished as a student that he was appointed a lector of philosophy before his ordination.
The government of Tanzania has orchestrated the eviction of the Maasai from their ancestral land in a move that violates “existing agreements”, the leadership of the Catholic peace and charity foundation, Denis Hurley Peace Institute (DHPI), has said.
Fr. Christopher Itopa Onotu, the Catholic Priest who was kidnapped on June 4 from his Parish residence in the Diocese of Lokoja in Nigeria, has been freed, the Chancellor of the Nigerian Diocese has confirmed.
Pope Francis has appointed the Parish Priest of St. Odilia Cathedral of Bondoukou Diocese, Fr. Alain Clément Amiezi, Bishop of Odienné Diocese in Ivory Coast.
The order to shut down the sisters and 100 other nongovernmental organizations was requested by a Sandinista legislator in a June 22 letter.
Pope Francis has asked the Catholic Church to pray in a special way for the elderly during the month of July.
Pope Francis missed a meeting with a Jewish delegation on Thursday morning after experiencing a flare-up of knee pain, according to the Vatican.
The 15-page apostolic letter, Desiderio Desideravi, was published on the Solemnity of Saints Peter and Paul.
The Catholic Archbishop of Kaduna in Nigeria has decried the deteriorating security in various parts of the West African nation, regretting the fact that “nobody is safe anywhere” in the country.