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Archbishop Edmond Djitangar surrounded by young people, during the "march for dignity and justice" on the occasion of the commemoration of the victims of Sandana on 15 February 2022. Credit: Vatican Media

Archbishop in Chad Sustains Minor Injuries, “in good health” after Police Interrupt March

Feb 17, 2022

The Archbishop of Chad’s N’Djamena Archdiocese who was injured when the police violently interrupted a peaceful march that he was participating in is “in good health”, a Church official has said. 

Archbishop Djitangar Goetbé Edmond of Chad’s Archdiocese of N’Djamena/ Credit: Courtesy Photo

Attack on Catholic Priest by Military “a violation of Chad’s constitution”: Archbishop

Nov 14, 2021

The recent attack on a Catholic Priest ministering in Chad’s N’Djamena Archdiocese by military officers is a violation of the country’s constitution, the Local Ordinary of the Chadian Metropolitan See has said in a statement.

Archbishop Djitangar Goetbé Edmond of Chad’s Archdiocese of N’Djamena/ Credit: Courtesy Photo

Overcome Bitterness “that wound the dignity of human life”: Archbishop in Chad

Apr 26, 2021

The Archbishop of Chad’s Archdiocese of N’Djamena has underscored the need for the people of God in the North-Central African nation to foster peaceful coexistence, striving to overcome “contempt for others and violence” that contribute to instability and “wound the dignity of human life.”

Fr. Léandre Mbaydeyo. / Aid to the Church in Need (ACN) International.

Chadian Cleric Explains Christianity, Church Status in Muslim-dominated Context

Sep 20, 2020

A Priest from Chad studying in France has, in an interview with Aid to the Church in Need (ACN) International, explained the status of Christianity in general and the Catholic Church in particular in his native country where Christians are often under pressure to convert to Islam, the dominant religion.