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April 19, 2017

"Black Jesus" in custody after Calif. shooting near Catholic Charities

A 39-year-old man is in custody following a shooting spree that left three people dead in Fresno, California on Tuesday, including one person who was killed in the parking lot…
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January 6, 2017

Egyptian cathedral restored after December bombing

Saint Mark's Coptic Cathedral in Cairo has been rebuilt by the Egyptian army corps of engineers after a terrorist attack last month left 27 dead. The restoration was by direct…
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January 6, 2017

Egypt's Christians grieve fallen believers but hold tight to faith in the Lord

Coptic Catholic Bishop Kyrillos William of Assiut, Egypt, commenting on the Dec. 11, 2016 suicide bomber attack that killed 26 people and wounded scores at an Orthodox church in Cairo,…
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December 24, 2016

Man recalls witnessing St. John Paul II's assassination attempt at only 9-years-old

Thirty-five years after Saint John Paul II was shot in St. Peter's Square, a witness from the front rows of the security barricades says that the now-canonized Pope offers an…
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October 1, 2016

Pope Francis claims war is the result of 'arrogant' abuse of power

In a passionate speech on Thursday, Pope Francis condemned as arrogant the mentality of revenge and the abuses of power that lead to violent conflicts. "Violence begets violence, and we…
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August 21, 2016

Has the world forgotten about the Christian genocide in the Middle East?

It may be the tragedy of the 21st century, and it's still ongoing, but most of the world seems to have forgotten. Two years ago, there was a massive outpouring…
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July 28, 2016

French bishops declare day of fasting after priest's murder

In response to the murder of Father Jacques Hamel by believed Islamic State sympathizers, the French bishops have designated Friday, July 29, as a day of fasting. Msgr. Olivier Ribadeau…
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July 11, 2016

South Sudan Church leaders condemn recent violence and pray for dead

South Sudan’s Church leaders said they are extremely disturbed about heavy fighting in the capital, Juba, which has raised widespread fears that the country is returning to civil war. “We…
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December 5, 2015

Cameroonian military rescues 900 hostages from Boko Haram

Joseph Beti Assomo, Cameroon’s Minister Defense says Cameroon’s army, backed by a regional task-force, has freed about 900 Boko Haram hostages, killed at least 100 members of the Islamist extremist…
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November 24, 2015

More than 200 consecrated Hosts stolen in an art exhibition.

The Christian Lawyers Association has filed a lawsuit against a Spanish artist Abel Azcona who stole at least 200 consecrated Hosts at Mass for violating Spanish law. Critics of Pamplona’s…
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