Reflection on Christmas 2020
News 15 Jan 2021
Reflection on Christmas 2020

By Fr. Ignatius Nyan Htoo

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Bishop Oswaldo Azuaje’s last plea: “Peace And justice for Venezuela”
News 14 Jan 2021
Bishop Oswaldo Azuaje’s last plea: “Peace And justice for Venezuela”

In memory of the first Venezuelan bishop to fall victim of COVID-19.

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Democratic Republic of the Congo: “We have been on the Via Dolorosa for years”
News 14 Jan 2021
Democratic Republic of the Congo: “We have been on the Via Dolorosa for years”

Following bloody massacres, the Bishop of Beni appeals to the international community through Aid to the Church in Need.

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The hopes of the Christians of Baghdeda (Qaraqosh) for the papal visit to Iraq in March
News 13 Jan 2021
The hopes of the Christians of Baghdeda (Qaraqosh) for the papal visit to Iraq in March

Pope Francis is due to visit Iraq from 5 – 8 March this year.

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BRAZIL: “Your donations are saving lives”
News 11 Jan 2021
BRAZIL: “Your donations are saving lives”

"Without you, we could do nothing. You are the arms of God’s providence, who loves them through us. You make a material donation, and God gives you the joy of knowing that you are useful, today and in the future. And He will grant you Paradise.” 

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Central African Republic: Bishop of Bangassou asks for prayers of peace for his people
News 11 Jan 2021
Central African Republic: Bishop of Bangassou asks for prayers of peace for his people

Happy New Year! These are words we commonly hear at this time of year. And they were also the first words addressed by Bishop Juan José Aguirre of Bangassou to all at the international Catholic pastoral charity and pontifical foundation Aid to the Church...

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ACN takes stock of the situation of Christians around the world during 2020: Many dark shadows and a few glimmers of light
News 11 Jan 2021
ACN takes stock of the situation of Christians around the world during 2020: Many dark shadows and a few glimmers of light

Coronavirus, terrorism and war – and once again a growing level of persecution.

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Egypt: I feel pity for the perpetrators
News 11 Jan 2021
Egypt: I feel pity for the perpetrators

A survivor looks back ten years after the attack on Coptic Christians.

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After 11 years, Imran finally walks free
News 16 Dec 2020
After 11 years, Imran finally walks free

A Christian man in Pakistan will at last walk out of prison a free man – after the court acquitted him in a case that spanned more than 11 years with nearly 70 adjournments.

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Thank you Mass in Aleppo for ACN benefactors
News 16 Dec 2020
Thank you Mass in Aleppo for ACN benefactors

“Your support makes the families stay in the country,” states the Syrian Catholic Archbishop of Aleppo.

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Pakistani Catholic family prays for canonization of martyred son
News 15 Dec 2020
Pakistani Catholic family prays for canonization of martyred son

Naz Bano has been praying since 2016 for momentum in the movement to seek sainthood for her 20-year-old son, Akash Bashir, who was killed while preventing a suicide bomber from entering the crowded St. John’s Catholic Church.

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Syria: Mons. Selwanos Boutros Alnemeh was a fighter for hope
News 10 Dec 2020
Syria: Mons. Selwanos Boutros Alnemeh was a fighter for hope

The death of the Syrian Orthodox Archbishop of Homs.

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Statement of the international charity Aid to the Church in Need (ACN) on the incarceration of 83-year-old Jesuit priest Fr Stan Swamy
News 10 Dec 2020
Statement of the international charity Aid to the Church in Need (ACN) on the incarceration of 83-year-old Jesuit priest Fr Stan Swamy

The executive president of ACN International, Dr Thomas Heine-Geldern, has released the following statement:

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Iraq Church welcomes 2021 papal visit
News 08 Dec 2020
Iraq Church welcomes 2021 papal visit

Iraq’s Christians have welcomed news that Pope Francis is set to go to Iraq next Spring – the first time any pontiff will have visited the country.

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MALI : The blessing of the great silence
News 07 Dec 2020
MALI : The blessing of the great silence

After two years living as a captive in the desert, somewhere between Niger and Mali, the Italian missionary Father Pierluigi Maccalli , who was received by the Pope on 9 November 2020, recalled his first impressions in an interview conducted by the SMA Me...

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A poor Church in a rich country
News 04 Dec 2020
A poor Church in a rich country

Not only is the weather harsh and cold north of the Arctic Circle, but the religious climate is also anything but pleasant at times for the handful of Catholics living in the Norwegian city of Harstad on the island of Hinnøya. Aid to the Church in Need (A...

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Red Wednesday
News 25 Nov 2020
Red Wednesday

A day to stand up for persecuted Christians!

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Bosnia and Herzegovina: The Dayton Accords did not achieve stable peace
News 24 Nov 2020
Bosnia and Herzegovina: The Dayton Accords did not achieve stable peace

Bishops condemn corruption and the unjust treatment of Catholics.

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In the times of the pandemic, Mass intentions come to those in need like the help of the Good Samaritan
News 24 Nov 2020
In the times of the pandemic, Mass intentions come to those in need like the help of the Good Samaritan

Many communities all over the world are suffering such debilitating poverty that the faithful are not able to support their priests financially.

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Set Your Captives Free - New Report on Persecuted Christians
News 24 Nov 2020
Set Your Captives Free - New Report on Persecuted Christians

This new report highlights innocent Christians held against their will.

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SYRIA: Together we can put a smile on the children's faces
News 24 Nov 2020
SYRIA: Together we can put a smile on the children's faces

ACN will be donating 25,000 anoraks for Syrian children this Christmas.

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Nigeria:  danger of stigmatization against the Fulani
News 19 Nov 2020
Nigeria: danger of stigmatization against the Fulani

The Pontifical Foundation Aid to the Church in Need (ACN) interviewed Rev. Fr. Blaise Agwon, director of the Centre for Dialogue, Reconciliation and Peace in Jos, the capital of Plateau State in the central belt region of central Nigeria.

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We have to rise again from the ruins
News 18 Nov 2020
We have to rise again from the ruins

ACN is helping to rebuild the sisters’ convent on the ninth floor of the hospital building.

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ARMENIA: The war is exposing the hypocrisy of many governments
News 16 Nov 2020
ARMENIA: The war is exposing the hypocrisy of many governments

"The Armenian people have always come back again from the midst of indescribable calamities."

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The Syrian people have been brutally driven into poverty
News 13 Nov 2020
The Syrian people have been brutally driven into poverty

An Interview with Jesuit Antoine Audo, the Chaldean Bishop of Aleppo in Syria.

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The demographic changes cannot detract from the importance of the existence of the Christian communities in the Middle East
News 12 Nov 2020
The demographic changes cannot detract from the importance of the existence of the Christian communities in the Middle East

Maria Lozano, head of press and information at the charity’s international headquarters, spoke to Father Raymond Abdo, the provincial of the discalced Carmelite Fathers in Lebanon, to find out more about the life of the Christians in this country.

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Our mission is to bring light into the darkness we are living through
News 12 Nov 2020
Our mission is to bring light into the darkness we are living through

ACN supports the reconstruction of the Church of Saint Saviour in Beirut.

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MOZAMBIQUE: ACN announces $160,000 aid to alleviate the emergency in the country
News 11 Nov 2020
MOZAMBIQUE: ACN announces $160,000 aid to alleviate the emergency in the country

New massacres by jihadists – the number of refugees is growing daily.

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Democratic Republic of the Congo: The violence continues to escalate
News 06 Nov 2020
Democratic Republic of the Congo: The violence continues to escalate

"I am here as a witness of the torment of a people, my people, who are asking only for the right to live in dignity." - The Archbishop of Kinshasa.

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Pakistan: Abducted Christian girl safe
News 05 Nov 2020
Pakistan: Abducted Christian girl safe

“We hope that justice will prevail at the next court hearings."

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India: Church Leaders urge government to protect Christians against attacks triggered by anti-conversion campaign
News 05 Nov 2020
India: Church Leaders urge government to protect Christians against attacks triggered by anti-conversion campaign

With major Hindu nationalist networks announcing plans to launch a campaign against religious conversions—especially in the tribal areas of India—Catholic Church leaders say such a campaign has been going on for a long time and that the move is aimed at d...

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STATEMENT ACN INTERNATIONAL – NICE, FRANCE
News 03 Nov 2020
STATEMENT ACN INTERNATIONAL – NICE, FRANCE

Statement by Thomas Heine-Geldern, Executive President of the foundation: 

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Coronavirus has destroyed our life
News 03 Nov 2020
Coronavirus has destroyed our life

The coronavirus pandemic has left Bethlehem’s tourism-reliant economy in tatters, according to a shop owner, who has appealed to pilgrims, saying he longs for the day when they can safely return.

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Syria – “We are living through the worst period in our history”
News 30 Oct 2020
Syria – “We are living through the worst period in our history”

Desolation and discouragement are spreading in Syria, so we must therefore sow hope for the people.

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Pakistani Catholic still lives in hiding after blasphemy acquittal two decades ago
News 28 Oct 2020
Pakistani Catholic still lives in hiding after blasphemy acquittal two decades ago

In Pakistan, Shafique Masih has been living in hiding for nearly two decades despite his acquittal in a blasphemy case in 2001.

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Free our 13-year-old girl
News 28 Oct 2020
Free our 13-year-old girl

ACN teams up with parents in fight to release Arzoo.

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Arson and vandalism: the continuing tragedy of two iconic churches in Santiago
News 27 Oct 2020
Arson and vandalism: the continuing tragedy of two iconic churches in Santiago

The irrationality and hatred we are witnessing is an attack on a fundamental human right to religious liberty!

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A million children praying the Rosary – record numbers respond
News 27 Oct 2020
A million children praying the Rosary – record numbers respond

Responding to the appeal by Pope Francis, inviting all children to join in this initiative, young people from no fewer than 136 different countries and on every continent took part in the most recent annual event of “A million children praying the Rosary....

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Priest killed in Venezuela
News 22 Oct 2020
Priest killed in Venezuela

ACN has received the sad news of the murder of the Venezuelan priest José Manuel de Jesús Ferreira, parish priest of the Eucharistic Shrine of San Juan Bautista in the diocese of San Carlos de Cojedes and project partner of ACN.

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Two churches set in fire in Santiago de Chile
News 20 Oct 2020
Two churches set in fire in Santiago de Chile

The International Pontifical Foundation ACN condemns the violent attacks on churches in Santiago de Chile yesterday, 18 October. Two churches were attacked by protesters at a time when several hours of peaceful demonstrations were taking place to celebrat...

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Fundraising for Lebanon blast victims
News 17 Oct 2020
Fundraising for Lebanon blast victims

Two brave children, Trey and Erin, ages 13 and 11, and their parents recently organised a fundraiser for the victims in Beruit and donated the money to Aid to the Church in Need's National Emergency Appeal for Lebanon.

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ACN will support the reconstruction of Beirut with five million Euros
News 16 Oct 2020
ACN will support the reconstruction of Beirut with five million Euros

The charity announces new aid initiatives, ten weeks on from the catastrophic explosion in the city.

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Syria: The two Franciscan Friars giving hope to Christians living under Sharia in Idlib province
News 15 Oct 2020
Syria: The two Franciscan Friars giving hope to Christians living under Sharia in Idlib province

In spite of the difficulties, Father Luai and Father Hanna have stayed on there because they believe that this region should not be abandoned.

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Iraqi rescuer of centuries-old books from ISIS's destruction nominated for the EU award
News 14 Oct 2020
Iraqi rescuer of centuries-old books from ISIS's destruction nominated for the EU award

Mgr. Najeeb Michaeel, Chaldean Archbishop of Mosul, has been listed as one of the three finalists to obtain the Sakharov Prize for Freedom of Thought by the European Parliament. The decision will be announced on 22 October.

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Pope Francis supports ACN's Prayer Campaign 'One Million Children Praying the Rosary'
News 13 Oct 2020
Pope Francis supports ACN's Prayer Campaign 'One Million Children Praying the Rosary'

During the Angelus in St Peter's Square on Sunday 11 October 2020, Pope Francis publicly announced and encouraged people to participate in Aid to the Church in Need's prayer campaign 'One Million Children Praying the Rosary.'

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Pakistan: Seven wasted years
News 13 Oct 2020
Pakistan: Seven wasted years

The head of a Catholic human rights’ organisation in Pakistan has hit out at the country’s justice system for taking so long to free the man wrongly accused of sparking one of the worst outbreaks of anti-Christian violence.

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Father Pier Luigi Maccalli finally set free after two years in the hands of jihadists
News 12 Oct 2020
Father Pier Luigi Maccalli finally set free after two years in the hands of jihadists

The Italian SMA missionary Father Pier Luigi Maccalli has finally been set free, on Tuesday 6 October 2020, more than two years after he was originally abducted in the diocese of Niamey in Niger, on 17 February 2018.

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Archbishop from Beirut: “We want to know the truth about the explosion”
News 08 Oct 2020
Archbishop from Beirut: “We want to know the truth about the explosion”

"The people in Lebanon are people who need love, they need to be cared for."

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Our land is now a pool of blood
News 07 Oct 2020
Our land is now a pool of blood

In an October 1 message marking the 60th anniversary of Nigeria’s independence from British rule, Bishop Matthew Kukah of Sokoto was harshly critical of the country’s President Mohammadu Buhari, faulting him for failing to rein in ongoing violence, much o...

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Lebanon: “The sisters are a living witness to Christ on earth”
News 06 Oct 2020
Lebanon: “The sisters are a living witness to Christ on earth”

John Paul II told us that Lebanon is a message: "We Christians here have an important role to play in this country, and the day we forget this message, Lebanon will no longer be Lebanon.”

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God is from every culture, from every clan
News 06 Oct 2020
God is from every culture, from every clan

A documentary film supported by Aid to the Church in Need (ACN) about a missionary living with the Dassanech people on Ethiopia’s Omo River, who works to overcome generations of inter-tribal violence through evangelisation and reconciliation, was selected...

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Maira: The struggle for justice takes a fresh turn
News 30 Sep 2020
Maira: The struggle for justice takes a fresh turn

Pakastani girl's struggle for freedom

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One million children praying the Rosary can change the world
News 29 Sep 2020
One million children praying the Rosary can change the world

“When one million children pray the rosary, the world will change” - St Padre Pio

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Every continent has its own calling; the calling of Africa is the family
News 25 Sep 2020
Every continent has its own calling; the calling of Africa is the family

Looking back at almost 30 years of service for the Church in Africa:

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LEBANON: They count on us for help – both spiritual and financial
News 23 Sep 2020
LEBANON: They count on us for help – both spiritual and financial

Interview with Reinhard Backes, head of projects for the pontifical foundation Aid to the Church in Need, after his visit to Lebanon from 7-16 September 2020.

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A Ray of Hope in Beirut
News 22 Sep 2020
A Ray of Hope in Beirut

We ask for the sake of humanity for the whole world to put their hands together and help the people in Lebanon.

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Nigeria: It is like we have been left to perish because of our faith
News 18 Sep 2020
Nigeria: It is like we have been left to perish because of our faith

The Bishop of Kaduna declares that 'dark clouds of violence have enveloped our land'

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Barring a miracle, we’re going to have to abandon Cuba
News 18 Sep 2020
Barring a miracle, we’re going to have to abandon Cuba

Our brothers and sisters in Cuba are struggling with poverty after the hurricane that hit in 2019

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Chad: "I am a child of the war"
News 15 Sep 2020
Chad: "I am a child of the war"

Interview with Fr. Léandre Mbaydeyo

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Lebanon in Crisis: “We need a miracle”
News 11 Sep 2020
Lebanon in Crisis: “We need a miracle”

These people are asking for the least of their rights – they are asking for food!

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Beirut: We will not abandon you
News 07 Sep 2020
Beirut: We will not abandon you

ACN is preparing a second wave of help for Beirut amid growing fears that last month’s explosion could spark an exodus of Christians from Lebanon.

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Belarus: ACN to participate in the call for prayer issued by the Catholic Metropolitan of Minsk-Mohilev
News 07 Sep 2020
Belarus: ACN to participate in the call for prayer issued by the Catholic Metropolitan of Minsk-Mohilev

Archbishop Kondrusievicz has since been refused re-entry into Belarus and unknown persons have changed the locks of a Catholic church in Minsk.  

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A Pakistani Catholic released after five years in prison for murder he didn't commit, tells his story
News 02 Sep 2020
A Pakistani Catholic released after five years in prison for murder he didn't commit, tells his story

Amjad Arif tells ACN about his sufferings after being unjustly arrested in 2015.

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“We need a ‘climate change’ in matters of religious freedom”
News 02 Sep 2020
“We need a ‘climate change’ in matters of religious freedom”

Interview with Ján Figel’, the former EU Special Envoy for the promotion of freedom of religion or belief outside the EU:

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Lebanon: You need to know
News 31 Aug 2020
Lebanon: You need to know

Maronite Father Charbel Eid, from Lebanon, talks about the situation in his native country. 

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Burkina Faso: First Holy Communion in between terrorism and COVID-19
News 31 Aug 2020
Burkina Faso: First Holy Communion in between terrorism and COVID-19

Children receiving the Sacrament of First Holy Communion talk with ACN International about their faith in Jesus.

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How ACN is striving to bring hope to Lebanon
News 25 Aug 2020
How ACN is striving to bring hope to Lebanon

Today all our people are struggling to obtain their daily bread

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Mozambique:  Pope Francis calls the Bishop of Pemba
News 21 Aug 2020
Mozambique: Pope Francis calls the Bishop of Pemba

Holy Father, Pope Francis calls the Bishop of Pemba:

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Belarus is writing a new page in its history
News 21 Aug 2020
Belarus is writing a new page in its history

The outcome of the August 9th election triggered serious riots

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Prayer Campaign for International Day Commemorating the Victims of Acts of Violence Based on Religion or Belief
News 19 Aug 2020
Prayer Campaign for International Day Commemorating the Victims of Acts of Violence Based on Religion or Belief

The 22nd of August has been dedicated as the 'International Day Commemorating the Victims of Acts of Violence Based on Religion or Belief' which recognizes the importance of giving victims of acts of violence towards religion or belief and their families...

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International Day Commemorating the Victims of Acts of Violence Based on Religion or Belief | 22 August
News 20 Aug 2020
International Day Commemorating the Victims of Acts of Violence Based on Religion or Belief | 22 August

International Day Commemorating the Victims of Acts of Violence Based on Religion or Belief must lead to concrete action says Dr Thomas Heine-Geldern, international executive president of Catholic charity Aid to the Church in Need.

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Lebanon: “Throughout the 15 years of civil war we had never witnessed such destruction at one glance”
News 17 Aug 2020
Lebanon: “Throughout the 15 years of civil war we had never witnessed such destruction at one glance”

“The blast shook us’’, said Sister Rita Khoury from the Daughters of Charity.

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Myanmar needs religious leaders' prophetic voices and moral courage in building peace and justice
News 14 Aug 2020
Myanmar needs religious leaders' prophetic voices and moral courage in building peace and justice

Religions for Peace issued an appeal signed by Religious Leaders of Myanmar in connection with the elections scheduled for November. The document is entitled “Seize the opportunity!” and was published in July 13, 2020.

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Christians in Lebanon can count on help from ACN
News 12 Aug 2020
Christians in Lebanon can count on help from ACN

The charity is funding food parcels for survivors of the explosion in Beirut 

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Bishop Kukah: ‘Genocide is happening in Nigeria’
News 11 Aug 2020
Bishop Kukah: ‘Genocide is happening in Nigeria’

Systematic violence against Nigerian Christians by Fulani herdsmen constitutes genocide according to a leading Catholic bishop who stressed that Muslims are also falling foul of the violence. 

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Young ministers of mercy
News 11 Aug 2020
Young ministers of mercy

Food, clothes and medicine in urgent demand in Beirut!

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Always on the go for God
News 11 Aug 2020
Always on the go for God

Sister Shobka Rani Talari smiles when she gets on her new moped.

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60 years of independence: THE CATHOLIC CHALLENGE IN AFRICA
News 06 Aug 2020
60 years of independence: THE CATHOLIC CHALLENGE IN AFRICA

August will mark the anniversaries of nine other countries, namely Benin, Niger, Burkina Faso, Ivory Coast, the Central African Republic, the Republic of Congo (Congo Brazzaville), Gabon and Senegal.

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Pakistan: Christian man murdered for living in a Muslim suburb
News 06 Aug 2020
Pakistan: Christian man murdered for living in a Muslim suburb

The most recent attack on a Christian in Pakistan has further increased the suffering and fear among Christians throughout the country.

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Nicaragua: ACN condemns terrorist attack on cathedral
News 06 Aug 2020
Nicaragua: ACN condemns terrorist attack on cathedral

ACN International has condemned in the strongest terms the terrorist-style arson attack against the Catholic cathedral in Managua, the Nicaraguan capital.

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The Fazendas in Argentina – there is no revenge better than love
News 06 Aug 2020
The Fazendas in Argentina – there is no revenge better than love

The Fazendas – the “Farms of Hope” - seek to give an answer to this suffering.

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Iraq: A beacon of light for Baghdeda (Qaraqosh)
News 06 Aug 2020
Iraq: A beacon of light for Baghdeda (Qaraqosh)

Six years after IS-invasion a Church's reconstruction fuels Christian's hope.

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Lebanon Explosion
News 06 Aug 2020
Lebanon Explosion

Witnesses compare explosion to an “atomic bomb.”  

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Pakistan - Maira: Calamity in the courtroom
News 06 Aug 2020
Pakistan - Maira: Calamity in the courtroom

Campaign to free 14-year-old Christian girl in Pakistan.

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Mozambique: “The international community is nowhere to be seen in regard to the problem"
News 30 Jul 2020
Mozambique: “The international community is nowhere to be seen in regard to the problem"

Mozambique:  “The international community is nowhere to be seen in regard to the problem” in Cabo Delgado, says European deputy Paulo Rangel.

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100th anniversary of the birth of Pope Saint John Paul II – ACN remains faithful to his legacy to this day.
News 19 May 2020
100th anniversary of the birth of Pope Saint John Paul II – ACN remains faithful to his legacy to this day.

John Paul II made history during his lifetime and became one of the giants of the 20th century – both in the history of the Church and of the wider world. 

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Congo-Brazzaville: the Pygmies, already under threat, fear the arrival of Covid-19
News 13 May 2020
Congo-Brazzaville: the Pygmies, already under threat, fear the arrival of Covid-19

by Jacques Berset. The news came through on 14 March 2020 – the first known case of infection with Covid-19 had been detected in Brazzaville. In response the Congolese government had imposed a general lockdown on the entire population.

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SYRIA: NINE YEARS OF WAR - Religious sister living in Syria talks about the country’s tragic conditions.
News 16 Mar 2020
SYRIA: NINE YEARS OF WAR - Religious sister living in Syria talks about the country’s tragic conditions.

by Paulo Aido (edited by Maria Lozano). March 15 will mark the ninth anniversary of the start of the conflict in Syria. "The situation is terrible," said Sister Maria Lúcia Ferreira, a sister from the Mar Yakub Monastery in Qara, in the Christian region o...

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Archbishop Augustine Obiora Akubeze Remarks at the Peace Protest by CBCN in Abuja March 2020
News 05 Mar 2020
Archbishop Augustine Obiora Akubeze Remarks at the Peace Protest by CBCN in Abuja March 2020

by Grace Attu. Today we the Catholic Bishops of Nigeria and with significant support of priests, consecrated persons and our beloved lay faithful embark on a peaceful protest against the high level of insecurity in every part of Nigeria.

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The government of Nigeria does not do enough to protect Christians
News 10 Feb 2020
The government of Nigeria does not do enough to protect Christians

Nigeria is a unique country. Its inhabitants are distributed almost equally between Christians and Muslims. It comprises about one fifth of the African population, so a crisis that is not seriously dealt with in Nigeria would end up affecting the rest of...

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PAKISTAN: An “Asia Bibi jurisprudence” now exists
News 10 Feb 2020
PAKISTAN: An “Asia Bibi jurisprudence” now exists

by Thomas Oswald. Anne-Isabelle Tollet was the first foreign journalist to alert the international community about the Asia Bibi affair. After discovering, through the Pakistani woman, the iniquity and excesses of Pakistan’s “anti-blasphemy legislation...

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Burkina Faso – Bishop speaks to ACN after an Islamist attack on Christians on Sunday
News 04 Dec 2019
Burkina Faso – Bishop speaks to ACN after an Islamist attack on Christians on Sunday

“We Christians are persecuted, while the west remains indifferent – even selling arms to the terrorists instead of stopping them”

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