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Jihadist groups raise the black flag in Mozambique 

“What is happening is a disgrace," the Bishop of Pemba laments, following the most recent attack in his diocese. 

Catholic Bishop of Ethiopia is first prelate to succumb to COVID-19

Bishop Angelo Moreschi spent his 38-year vocation as a missionary to Africa.

The Catholic Church’s new tool for ending hunger: machine learning

Catholic Relief Services tested the program in one of Africa's hardest-hit countries to predict where aid should go.

Meet the Nigerian doctor using African plants to fight cancer

Studying her native land's plant life fills Mansurah Abdulazeez with hope in the battle against cancer.

Listen to the Missa Luba: Congolese liturgical music composed by a Belgian Franciscan

Recorded in 1958 and remastered in stereo in 1965, the original album is a jewel collector's treasure.

On Nigerian beheadings, “Where is the moral revulsion?”

Bishop Matthew Kukah of Sokoto, Nigeria, says the West readily exploits Africa's mineral resources, but is turning a blind eye to religious persecution and atrocities.

The hidden work of the Catholic Church with thousands of “child soldiers”

They fled civil war in South Sudan, and now live as refugees in Uganda. There, discovering God’s love has given them hope.

The Vatican won’t participate in Nairobi summit focusing on “reproductive rights”

Several African bishops had warned that the meeting would be “against life.”

The Catholic mom who saved hundreds of children from genocide

Her faith gave her the courage to face unspeakable evil.

Franciscan Brother Mokaya Tabichi: The United Nation’s “Person of the Year”

Brother Tabichi is the first African to ever earn this distinguished award.

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