A Catholic Priest in the Central African Republic (CAR) is nursing “serious injuries” at a mission hospital after the vehicle he and two others were travelling in hit a land mine Wednesday, May 5.
The ongoing violence in Central Africa Republic (CAR) following a contested presidential election is likely to plunge the country into a deadly coup, Pontifical Charity Organization, Aid to the Church in Need (ACN) International says in a report shared with ACI Africa.
Ahead of general elections slated to take place Sunday, December 27, Bishops in the Central African Republic (CAR) have, in a collective statement, cautioned against political alliances comprising armed groups.
A Bishop in the Central African Republic (CAR) has, in a recent news report, highlighted the impact of insecurity in the country saying the people of God there have been left with a “sense of evangelical fragility and poverty.”
With just five confirmed cases of COVID-19 in the Central African Republic (CAR), stakeholders of various institutions in the country, including Catholic Church leaders, held a meeting to consult on ways to prevent the spread of the deadly virus that is claiming precious lives in other parts of the world, including African nations.
A year after the signing of a peace agreement between the Central African Republic (CAR) government and 14 non-state armed groups, a Cardinal who has been instrumental in the peace process in the landlocked nation says the truce has been largely kept and the violence has significantly dropped.