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South African Bishops: Zuma's Resignation was Long Overdue ||  From 'We can't' to 'Of course we can, absolutely': Women Religious in Nigeria  ||  After Zuma's Exit, Catholics Help South Africa Move On  ||  A Long Road to Rural Health Care: Sisters Serve Ghana's Remote Villages  ||  Sexual Assault Cover-up Claims in South Sudan Rock Oxfam  ||  Pope Francis Modifies Norms for the Resignation of Bishops  ||  The Life of the Pope Emeritus, Five Years Later: Between Words and Silence

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South African Bishops: Zuma's Resignation was Long Overdue

South African Bishops: Zuma's Resignation was Long Overdue

South African Bishops: Zuma's Resignation was Long Overdue Catholic News Service (CNS) || By Bronwen Dachs || 15 February 2018 Jacob Zuma's resignation as president of South Africa is long overdue, the country's bishops said, noting that his scandal-plagued presidency fostered corruption and...

From “We can’t” to “Of course we can, absolutely”: Women Religious in Nigeria

From “We can’t” to “Of course we can, absolutely”: Women Religious in Nigeria

From “We can’t” to “Of course we can, absolutely”: Women Religious in Nigeria CANAA || By Father Don Bosco Onyalla, Nairobi || 15 February 2018 Ash Wednesday, February 14, 2018, from 10am to 12 noon, women religious in Nigeria held a National Day of Prayer and fasting across the country to...

After Zuma’s Exit, Catholics Help South Africa Move On

After Zuma’s Exit, Catholics Help South Africa Move On

After Zuma’s Exit, Catholics Help South Africa Move On Crux || By Ngala Killian Chimtom || 15 February 2018 Embattled South African President Jacob Zuma resigned Wednesday night in a televised address to the nation, after his governing African National Congress party had threatened him with a...

A Long Road to Rural Health Care: Sisters Serve Ghana's Remote Villages

A Long Road to Rural Health Care: Sisters Serve Ghana's Remote Villages

A Long Road to Rural Health Care: Sisters Serve Ghana's Remote Villages Global Sisters Report (GSR) || By Dana Wachter || 15 February 2018 Four minutes to 4 p.m., Sr. Mary Nyarko stepped down from a large pickup truck, the most luxurious mode of transportation for her that day, which started at...

  • South African Bishops: Zuma's Resignation was Long Overdue

    South African Bishops: Zuma's Resignation was Long Overdue

    Thursday, 15 February 2018 20:03
  • From “We can’t” to “Of course we can, absolutely”: Women Religious in Nigeria

    From “We can’t” to “Of course we can, absolutely”: Women Religious in Nigeria

    Thursday, 15 February 2018 20:12
  • After Zuma’s Exit, Catholics Help South Africa Move On

    After Zuma’s Exit, Catholics Help South Africa Move On

    Thursday, 15 February 2018 20:16
  • A Long Road to Rural Health Care: Sisters Serve Ghana's Remote Villages

    A Long Road to Rural Health Care: Sisters Serve Ghana's Remote Villages

    Thursday, 15 February 2018 20:21

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Pope Announces Day of Prayer, Fasting for DR Congo and South Sudan
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Church in Ghana Continues to Mark 125 Years of Catholicism
Congolese Official Denies Ordering Police to Stop Cathedral Mass
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Cameroon Bishops Say Culture Must Play a Part in Training Priests
Papal Decree Recognizes Martyrdom of Religious in Algeria
Caritas Uganda is Calling for International Help for South Sudanese Refegees
Kenyan Nuns Take Over Hospitals after Protracted Battle with American Priest
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Catholic Bishops in South Sudan Promise Collaboration with Episcopal Church's Archbishop Elect
Southern Africa Bishops Give a Thumps Up for Quality Mini World Youth Day
Congo's Bishops Criticize Excessive Force to Break up Protests
Crisis in Cameroon: Cardinal Tumi Criticises Military Violence
Security Forces Fire on Catholic Churchgoers in DR Congo
Nigerian Bishops Deplore Dehumanizing Trends of Violence
Cardinal Laments Deadly Year for Church in CAR
One Year into Trump Presidency, US Foreign Policy Frustrates UN Sisters
Roundtable discussion for peace in South Sudan and DR Congo
Kenya-based Regional University Renews Partnerhship for Education of African Nuns
Bishops in Nigeria Hail Safe Release of Nuns, Decry 'menace of fake news'
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Missionaries' Role Acknowledged at Golden Jubilee Event of a Kenyan Catholic Diocese
Six Kidnapped Nuns Liberated in Nigeria
Church Leaders Say Soccer Star Has Work to Do as New President of Liberia
Building the Family of God: What Do Young People Look for in Church
Pope Francis Urges Release of Six Kidnapped Nigerian Nuns
Finding Hope after Four Years of South Sudan Conflict
Maiduguri Diocese Mourns Three Catechists Killed by Boko Haram
Pope Begs Journalists to Avoid 'Sins of Communication"
Dominicans in South Africa Term High Court Ruling against President Zuma "a victory for the people"
In Kenya's Lodwar Diocese, "last stop before Hell," Matthew 25 is a Mission Statement
Bishops Condemn Selling of Nigerians into Slavery in Libya
Catholic Priest and Activist Points Finger at Government in Peacekeeper Attack in Congo
Catholic TV of Nigeria Wins Big at SIGNIS Film Fest
If Singing is Praying Twice, these Kenya Kids Set New Records on Tuesday
Cardinal Napier of South Africa Encourages Bishops to Listen to Young People
A Week in Kenya Issues Challenge to American Takes on the Church
Southern Africa's Youth in Great Vibe as Mini World Youth Day Stars
For New Catholic Radio in Kenya, 'evangelization' Covers a Lot of Ground
Zambia Archbishop on Three Stages of Marriage and Family Life Formation
Truth Will Lead to African Peace, Nigerian Bishops Say
As 'African moment' Dawns in Global Catholicism, Kenya is Key
Catholic Bishop Leads Nine South Sudanese Governors and Delegates in Peace Conference
Ghana Bishops Join Fight against "menace" of Illegal Mining
In Western Kenya, Growing Sect Confuses Some Local Catholics
Congolese Bishops Urge President Kabila to Announce Peaceful Transfer of Power
Malawi Bishops Challenge Pro-abortion Lobby to a Referendum
Zimbabwe Bishops 'forgive' Ex-president Mugabe for 'shortcomings'
SIGNIS Launches Digital Desk, Reorganizing Departments
Church Leaders in South Sudan Call on Citizens to Join Pope Francis in Prayer for Country's Peace
Could Zimbabwe Be on Brink of a Transformative 'Catholic moment'?
Pope Prays for Peace, Victims of War in Congo and South Sudan
Attack at Peace Event in CAR Lead to Fears of Renewed Violence
Catholic Bishops in Zimbabwe Want "best interests of the nation" Prioritized
Pope Francis to Preside Over Prayer for Peace in South Sudan, DR Congo
Catholic Bishops in Kenya Call for Calm and Sobriety Following Killings
Six-month Marriage Instructions Among Pastoral Guidelines by Ghanaian Bishops
Mugabe's Long-time Catholic Chaplain Joins Mediation Efforts, Church Leaders Speak
Comboni Missionaries Challenge Reporting on Africa
Ghanaian Bishops Discuss Pastoral Care for the Family at Annual Plenary
Cameroon Cardinal Says France to Blame for "Anglophone crisis"
Bishops' Conferences in Africa and Europe Publish Joint Statement Ahead of AU-EU Summit
In Uganda, Missionary Nun Determined to Tackle Child Begging
Church in Zambia Introspecting Interreligious Dialogue
Bishop in Nigeria Calls for Collaboration on Rehabilitation of Victims of Boko Haram Insurgency
Sudan and South Sudan Bishops' Plenary to Discuss Peacebuilding, Pastoral Care to Refugees and Poor, Re-inviting Pope Francis
Tanzanian Archbishop Appointed Secretary for Evangelization of Peoples
Pope Recognizes Martyrdom of Sister Killed in Somalia in 2006
Togo's Crisis Takes Religious and Ethnic Dimensions; Country's Bishops are Worried
Bishops in Both Africa and Europe Worried About "brain drain" from Migration Crisis

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