Pope Francis has appointed Mons. Giuseppe Laterza as the new Apostolic Nuncio to the Central African Republic (CAR) and Chad and assigned him the Titular See of Vartana in Italy with the dignity of Archbishop.
Catholic Bishops in Chad are cautioning young people in the North-Central African nation against violence, urging them to “never use violence to solve problems”.
The ongoing preparations for the Synod on Synodality offers an opportunity for the Catholic Church in Chad to “journey together in truth”, Catholic Bishops in the North-Central African nation have said.
Catholic Bishops in Chad have decried “endemic violence” in the North-Central African nation and are urging authorities to call for “a true inclusive national dialogue”.
The celebration of Holy Eucharist in all Parishes in Chad and reaching out to those who have suffered as a result of violent conflicts in the country are among the activities Catholic Bishops in the North-Central African nation have directed for the planned Prayer Day.
The Archbishop of Chad’s N’Djamena Archdiocese has expressed his anger and indignation over last month’s crackdown on peaceful protesters that reportedly left dozens dead.
Members of the Association of Catholic Lay Executives of Chad (UCCT) have, in a collective statement, criticized the outcome of the country’s National Inclusive Dialogue (DNI) initiative and expressed their “disappointment”.
Catholic Bishops have attributed their withdrawal from the National Inclusive Dialogue (DNI) sessions to their status of neutrality and the need “to keep an equal distance between the parties” in conflict in the North-Central African nation.
Dozens of girls and young women in Chad's Fourkoulom IDP camp are benefiting from a literacy program spearheaded by the Jesuit Refugee Service (JRS), an international refugee entity of the Society of Jesus (Jesuits).
Catholic Bishops in Chad have, in a collective statement, announced their withdrawal from the country’s National Inclusive Dialogue (DNI) initiative, decrying the lack of “dialogue”.
Members of the Religious Institute of the Salesians of Don Bosco (SDB) serving in Chad are using education to reach out to “most vulnerable youth” in the landlocked country located at the crossroads of North and Central Africa, giving them “a sense of personal dignity and self-worth”.
The lay Catholic association dedicated to the provision of social services and arbitrating conflicts, Sant’Egidio Community, is seeking to facilitate the process of transition in the North-Central African nation of Chad, the leadership of the Rome-based entity has said.