In a new book, John Cardinal Onaiyekan has highlighted his involvement in peacebuilding initiatives in his native country of Nigeria, and across the globe.
Women and men Religious need to make every effort to free their hearts from worldly attractions if they have to advance the Kingdom of God, Bishop António Manuel Bogaio Constantino has said.
On the International Day of Prayer and Awareness Against Human Trafficking, we honor the Sudanese-Italian saint Josephine Bakhita.
This list of Catholic resources can help you grow closer to the Lord this Lenten season.
Increased cases of violence involving family members in Kenya is “very worrying”, the Local Ordinary of the country’s Catholic Diocese of Kitui has said.
Josefina Bakhita was born in Sudan (Africa) and lived through slavery for much of her life. The name Bakhita, which means "fortunate," she obtained through her captors at age 9, and Josefina's, twelve years after her when she received her baptism.
Italian-born Bishop Christian Carlassare of the Catholic Diocese of Rumbek in South Sudan traces his journey to Religious and Missionary life to St. Josephine Bakhita.
Six children and two teachers of Apostolic Faith Church Primary and Secondary School, Emure, who were reportedly abducted while returning home on a bus after school hours on January 29 have regained their freedom.
The contemporary world needs “effective evangelizers”, Bishop John Mbinda of Kenya’s Lodwar Diocese has told officials of the Pontifical Mission Societies (PMS) in the East African nation.
The Marian Grotto of Our Lady of the Fields Mbandjock Parish of Cameroon’s Catholic Diocese of Obala has been vandalized, the Parish Priest has said.
Sean Callahan said he was able to witness the countless displaced individuals and families that have struggled in Gaza since the Israel-Hamas conflict began.
Sponsored by Rep. Chris Smith, the resolution would call on the Biden administration to designate Nigeria a “country of particular concern.”
St. Richard was orphaned at a young age. His brother inherited his parents' estate after he was of age, but the death tax was so great that they were sent into poverty, and Richard had to work on his brother's farm.
The members of the Catholic Women Association (CWA) in Kenya, who died in a road accident while returning from the National Prayer Day on February 3 were at peace with God, Bishop Joseph Maluki Mwongela has said.
Members of the National Laity Council (CNL) in Senegal do not approve of the decision to postpone the general elections that were previously scheduled to take place on February 25.
Nigerians no longer take seriously the pronouncements and “assurances” from State authority regarding security challenges in the West African nation, Catholic Bishops in Nigeria’s Lagos Ecclesiastical Province have said.
Ahead of the 2024 World Day for the Sick, Catholic Bishops in Tanzania are appealing to the people of God in the East African nation to voluntarily donate blood as a way of demonstrating their love for the life of others.
The signatories claim that the declaration Fiducia Supplicans contradicts “both Scripture and the universal and uninterrupted Tradition of the Church.”
The Catholic Archbishop of Nairobi Archdiocese in Kenya has encouraged women and men Religious to seek “the deeper meaning” of their respective Charisms and live them in preparation for the Church’s 2025 Jubilee Year.
The rise of secularism, characterized by an emphasis on the monetary value of things is a cause for concern, the Archbishop of Kenya’s Mombasa Archdiocese has said.