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Africa's Dynamic Church Makes Itself Heard in Rome ||  South Sudan's Loreto School Graduates Largest Class of Girls since Country's Independence History  ||  Bishops in Kenya to Revive Biblical Apostolate Program  ||  Eritrean Catholic Bishop Visits Diaspora, Says too Many Migrants Perish  ||  Meet the Bishop Who's the Living Memory of the African Church  ||  Pope Francis Prays for Victims of Deadly London Attack  ||  East Africa Food Crisis: Humanitarian Aid is More than Food. It is a Sign of Hope

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Africa’s Dynamic Church Makes Itself Heard in Rome

Africa’s Dynamic Church Makes Itself Heard in Rome

Africa’s Dynamic Church Makes Itself Heard in Rome Crux || By Inés San Martín || 21 March 2017 A major conference titled "African Christian Theology: Memories and Mission for the 21st Century" is taking place in Rome this week, and among other things, its sprawling discussions may challenge...

South Sudan’s Loreto School Graduates Largest Class of Girls since Country’s Independence History

South Sudan’s Loreto School Graduates Largest Class of Girls since Country’s Independence History

South Sudan’s Loreto School Graduates Largest Class of Girls since Country’s Independence History CANAA || By Father Don Bosco Onyalla, Nairobi || 23 March 2017 Loreto Girls Secondary school in Rumbek, South Sudan, last Saturday graduated 29 girls, the largest class of girls to graduate from...

Bishops in Kenya to Revive Biblical Apostolate Program

Bishops in Kenya to Revive Biblical Apostolate Program

Bishops in Kenya to Revive Biblical Apostolate Program CANAA || By Rose Achiego, Waumini Communications, KCCB || 23 March 2017 In an effort to continue evangelizing and spreading the Gospel of Christ throughout the country, the Catholic Bishops in Kenyan under their Kenya Conference of Catholic...

Eritrean Catholic Bishop Visits Diaspora, Says too Many Migrants Perish

Eritrean Catholic Bishop Visits Diaspora, Says too Many Migrants Perish

Eritrean Catholic Bishop Visits Diaspora, Says too Many Migrants Perish Catholic News Service (CNS) || By Laura Ieraci || 21 March 2017 Two weeks before arriving in Ohio on a nationwide pastoral visit, Bishop Fikremariam Hagos Tsalim of the Eparchy of Segheneity, Eritrea, got word that eight...

  • Africa’s Dynamic Church Makes Itself Heard in Rome

    Africa’s Dynamic Church Makes Itself Heard in Rome

    Thursday, 23 March 2017 21:35
  • South Sudan’s Loreto School Graduates Largest Class of Girls since Country’s Independence History

    South Sudan’s Loreto School Graduates Largest Class of Girls since Country’s Independence History

    Thursday, 23 March 2017 21:38
  • Bishops in Kenya to Revive Biblical Apostolate Program

    Bishops in Kenya to Revive Biblical Apostolate Program

    Thursday, 23 March 2017 21:42
  • Eritrean Catholic Bishop Visits Diaspora, Says too Many Migrants Perish

    Eritrean Catholic Bishop Visits Diaspora, Says too Many Migrants Perish

    Thursday, 23 March 2017 21:45

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Colombian Nun Kidnapped in Southern Mali
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Holy See Signs Agreement with Democratic Republic of Congo
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DR Congo Reacts to Opposition Leader's Death
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Environmental Destruction a Concern of IMBISA Bishops, Call for Responsible Attitude
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Ghana's Catholic University Gets New Vice Chancellor, Promises to Rebrand Institution
Zimbabwe's Catholic Choirs Battle it Out in Honor of St. Cecilia
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Dozens of Clergy and Faithful Trained in News Writing
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