catholic Church in Guinea-Bissau

Fr. Augusto Mutna Tamba reading the statement of religious leaders in Guinea-Bissau. Credit: Catholic Diocese of Bafatá

Religious Leaders in Guinea Bissau Decry Surge in Attacks on Places of Worship

Mar 26, 2024

Religious leaders in Guinea Bissau have called for the respect of “fundamental rights” amid several cases of attacks on places of worship of traditional religions and evangelical churches.

Religious Leaders in Guinea-Bissau Commit to Working for Peace in Country’s June Elections

May 14, 2023

Leaders of various faiths in Guinea-Bissau have pledged to support free, fair, and peaceful parliamentary elections scheduled for June 4 in the West African nation.

Casimiro Jorge Cajucam, the Director of Sol Mansi, a Diocesan radio station in Guinea-Bissau. Credit: ACN

Intimidation of Christians in Guinea-Bissau Threatening Decades of Peace: Catholic Charity

Dec 10, 2022

The long-standing cordial relationship between Christians and Muslims in Guinea-Bissau is under threat with the ongoing religious-based intimidation that targets churches, the Catholic Pontifical and charity foundation, Aid to the Church in Need (ACN), has said.