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Friday, July 7, 2023

How the U.S. church helps the African church

First “Guidelines” of The New Prefect of The Dicastery for The Doctrine of the Faith


Bishop Fernández underlines in a letter to the staff of the Department for the Doctrine of the Faith some expressions from the letter that the Pope addressed to him and that will inspire his work. He also reveals that he will start his job at the DDF on September 11.

Impressive: nearly 2,000 young Iraqi Catholics celebrate faith in the midst of a Muslim community


The Ankawa Youth Meeting (AYM) brought together leaders and young people from the Chaldean Catholic Church, the largest Christian denomination in Iraq.

“I’ll Do Things My Way”: The New Prefect for the Doctrine of the Faith Talks About the German Synod and Blessings to Gay Couples


A Spanish media outlet achieves one of the first interviews on current ecclesial issues with the new prefect for the Doctrine of the Faith.

New cathedral to be consecrated in diocese shaken by terror


The diocese is in one of the poorest regions of the country and has suffered multiple attacks by extremists.

Armed group killed children in a Ugandan school while chanting their evening prayers

John Newton

Extremist rebel group ADF-NALU (Allied Democratic Forces – National Army for the Liberation of Uganda) ransacked an educational institute near the border with the DRC (Democratic Republic of Congo) last Friday (16th June), killing 38 students, a school security officer and three others. Six pupils were kidnapped.

How the U.S. church helps the African church with an annual fundraiser


Over one quarter of the total sponsored the formation of clergy, religious and lay leaders. Nearly another quarter supported construction projects, mostly to repair and renovate essential church infrastructure that has deteriorated – critically important in a region where the Catholic faith is growing rapidly.


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