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Africa

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.

I was in the Hell of Africa, but there I found Our Lady

This video and heart-wrenching photos will tell you the story of Father Renato Sesana and the children he's offering a refuge.

In Nigeria, the largest statue of Jesus in all Africa stands almost 9 meters tall

It is also the fifth tallest sculpture in the continent, almost half the size of the Great Sphinx of Giza.

Africa has given the Church many good leaders

St. Mark, St. Augustine and Tertullian are just a few of the continent's history-making Christians

Inspired by St. Francis, this renowned American doctor works in one of the most remote places in the world

As head of Mother of Mercy hospital in the Nuba Mountains, Dr. Tom Catena relies on God every single day.

Sudan leaders sign peace agreement

Power-sharing deal gives Sudanese hope, but a cautious one.

Ethiopia planted 350 million trees in one day

The "green legacy" initiative seeks to carry out goals outlined by Pope Francis' encyclical on the environment, Laudato si'.

Four Catholics killed in latest Bukina Faso attack, 20 dead since April

It is estimated that more than 400 people have been slain during terror attacks in Burkina Faso since 2014.

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