The Bishops of South Africa are calling for an end to violence and condemning looting after a spike in cases in the country.
Over the weekend, a media refresher workshop for Togolese Catholic Radio Sainte Thérèse staff was held at the Sokodé Diocesan centre in Kédia.
Through a webinar, the Vatican COVID-19 Commission supports the campaign for debt cancellation for African countries.
Pope Francis expresses his condolences for the death of Cardinal Christian Tumi, and praises the Cameroonian Archbishop’s defense of democracy and promotion of human rights.
The All-Africa Conference of Churches salutes the recent coming into force of the Treaty on Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons (TPNW), hailing it as further inspiration to work for a nuclear-weapons-free world.
In a message addressed to the faithful, the Bishops of the Central African Republic (CAR) highlight faith, hard work, dialogue, and patriotism as key elements to steering the conflict-ridden country from its current troubled situation.
Pope Francis appeals to Americans to maintain a high sense of responsibility and promote democracy and reconciliation in the wake of the violent assault on Capitol Hill.
At least 14 people have been killed after a suicide bomber targeted a crowd fleeing a terror attack in Cameroon. The attack comes in the wake of a roadside bombing this week that killed five people. Pope Francis has prayed for peace in the nation and reached out to defenseless Cameroonians who continue to suffer…
Faith-based organizations, political leaders across the world and many representatives of the US Republican Party have condemned violent actions of a mob, loyal to President Trump, that stormed the US Capitol in an attempt to overturn America’s presidential election.
With the second wave of Covid-19 expected to peak in Africa in January or February, the prospect of a vaccination program is still not on the horizon.