Read: Pope Francis' Address to Muslims in the Central Mosque of Koudoukou in Bangui

Address of Pope Francis Meeting with the Muslim Community Bangui, Central Mosque 30 November 2015 Dear Muslim friends, leaders and followers of Islam, It is a great joy for me to be with you and I thank you for your warm welcome.  In a particular way I thank Imam Tidiani Moussa Naibi for his kind… Continue reading Read: Pope Francis' Address to Muslims in the Central Mosque of Koudoukou in Bangui

Pope Francis Visits Grand Mosque in a dangerous district of Bangui

Pope Francis the early hours of the morning (during the morning prayer hours of the muslims) visited the Grand Mosque of Koudoukou in Bangui popularly known as PK5, a very dangerous area for any Christian to be found in Central Africa. The visit is part of the message of peace and reconciliation that Pope Francis… Continue reading Pope Francis Visits Grand Mosque in a dangerous district of Bangui

Pope Francis "Messenger of Peace" welcomed in Central Africa

Pope Francis arrived Central Africa in the morning hours of 29th November, 2015 after visiting Kenya and Uganda in the past few days of his pastoral visit to Africa. This marks his first visit to a warzone and as well marks the first time a Holy Father sets foot into an active warzone. As Francis… Continue reading Pope Francis "Messenger of Peace" welcomed in Central Africa

Pope Francis visit a risk as French troops confess they can't assure his safety in Central African Republic

It is no longer in doubt that the Pope’s next visit destination, Central Africa is a serious war area that have claimed hundreds of lives and rendered over 30, 000 people homeless due to a Christian-Muslim crisis that have held the country bound in serious chaos for long now. In respect to as whether the… Continue reading Pope Francis visit a risk as French troops confess they can't assure his safety in Central African Republic

Will UN troops stand on full guard for Pope's visit to Central Africa, as attacks now extends to the troops?

The war between the Christians and Muslims in Central Africa have being so intense over time now, this have been a challenging factor which have caused the delay in their Presidential and Parliamentary elections since last month. The UN soldiers that have that arrived Central Africa for Peacekeeping mission have were reported to have been… Continue reading Will UN troops stand on full guard for Pope's visit to Central Africa, as attacks now extends to the troops?

Violence in Central Africa flares higher, Pope Francis readdresses his visit to them again

Pope Francis is to visit Africa later this month; he will be visiting Uganda, Kenya and Central Africa as already scheduled. But the violence in Central Africa has gone high and security assurances cannot be 100% acertained. Even the Country’s Presidential and Parliarmentary elections that were to take place in October have been postponed to… Continue reading Violence in Central Africa flares higher, Pope Francis readdresses his visit to them again

Pope Francis to visit the Mosque in Central Africa for peace Mission against insurgency in Africa

Pope Francis will be visiting Africa November 2015. It is so far certain now that the Pope will be visiting Uganda and Kenya first. The Pope will as well visit Central Africa between  29th – 30th of November after visiting Kenya and Uganda. Central Africa, a nation ravaged by a civil-war that have lasted in… Continue reading Pope Francis to visit the Mosque in Central Africa for peace Mission against insurgency in Africa

Pope Francis’s visit to Central African Republic confirmed despite security concerns

Francis will visit Kenya, Uganda and Central African Republic at the end of November Despite continued instability and outbreaks of violence in the Central African Republic, the Vatican announced Pope Francis will spend about 33 hours in the country during a November 25-30 visit to Africa. Releasing the schedule for the trip, the Vatican said… Continue reading Pope Francis’s visit to Central African Republic confirmed despite security concerns

Violence in Central African Republic raises fears for Pope’s visit

Clashes in Bangui have left dozens dead, according to the UN A Catholic bishop in the Central African Republic (CAR) has expressed fears that fresh fighting in the country’s capital could affect Pope Francis’s visit there next month. Bishop Nestor-Desire Nongo Aziagbia of the Bossangoa, vice president of the country’s bishops’ conference, said the bishops… Continue reading Violence in Central African Republic raises fears for Pope’s visit