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Video shows Nigerian soldiers at Eucharistic Adoration on the battlefield

As they prepare to fight Boko Haram, soldiers kneel before the Body of Christ.

Archbishop: As Nigeria prepares for election, threat of violence from Muslim extremists intensifies

Aid to the Church in Need spoke with Mgr. Ignatius Ayau Kaigama about prospects for peace in the country which has been beset by violence.

Called to mercy, one woman finds the grace to forgive her assailants

A Nigerian Christian who survived a horrifying terrorist attack offers example of loving forgiveness.

Nigeria: Is there a genocide against Christians?

In Africa's most populous country, an authentic ethnic cleansing is being perpetrated.

A “gift of God” returns to Nigeria to save orphans from Boko Haram

The native Nigerian had a recurring dream in which she said God "insisted" that she return "to make his light shine."

Suicide bombing kills as many as 86 in Nigerian mosque

One bomber blew himself up after the start of prayers, and another while people were escaping

Trump, bishops denounce violence against Christians in Nigeria

Two Catholic priests and 15 of their parishioners were murdered during an early morning Mass on April 24.

Nigerian schoolgirls set free, but kidnapping problem persists

One girl is reportedly being held because she refuses to convert to Islam.

Parents in Nigeria anxiously await news of school girls after Boko Haram attack

Early reports suggested all student escaped, but now many are thought to have been kidnapped

Boko Haram attempts a Chibok-like kidnapping in Nigeria

Students fled when they heard guns and explosives of approaching caravan

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