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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.
Radical politicians and self-acclaimed activists are sparking violence, says a Catholic priest in the capital city of Addis Ababa.
They fled civil war in South Sudan, and now live as refugees in Uganda. There, discovering God’s love has given them hope.
Aid to the Church in Need interviews Father Boniface Isenge about serving the African country, where 38% of the population are Christian.
This video and heart-wrenching photos will tell you the story of Father Renato Sesana and the children he's offering a refuge.
It is also the fifth tallest sculpture in the continent, almost half the size of the Great Sphinx of Giza.
Father Pierluigi Maccalli was kidnapped in Niger on Sept. 17, 2018.
Christians are being attacked, expelled and murdered, village by village.
In mid-June, the Eritrean military forcibly closed down 21 Catholic hospitals and other medical facilities.