One important theme of the pontificate of Pope Francis has been a message of hope to Christians in the Middle East and Africa that they are not forgotten.
Gregory J. Mansour & Toufic BaakliniApril 2, 2021
The manger scene these days really is the face of Christmas for most people and, perhaps not surprisingly, it is one of the aspects of the season that keeps causing trouble.
Walter Russell MeadDecember 25, 2020
Failure to recognize the religious dimensions in the present conflicts of Nigeria’s Middle Belt divorces us from the complex realities of concrete human life.
Paul MarshallNovember 23, 2020
It is important to view Nigeria’s Middle Belt conflict in the context of Islamic extremism across the Sahel.
Ashley YoungJuly 29, 2020
As COVID-19 spreads globally, religious minorities are now more exposed and vulnerable.
Zsuzsa Anna FerenczyJune 18, 2020
The violence against Nigerian Christians has recently entered a new, deadlier phase. Unless conditions on the ground change, Nigeria’s Middle Belt Christians face death or expulsion in many areas.
Eric PattersonApril 29, 2020
At this moment, another genocide against Christians is silently unfolding in Nigeria.
Lela GilbertApril 21, 2020
When the Nigerian government initiated the release of abducted schoolgirls from the terrorist group Boko Haram last February, one of the girls, the only Christian, was left behind because she refused to convert to Islam.
Nathaniel BivanJune 14, 2018
To date, approximately 20,000 people have been killed and at least two million displaced because of the terrorist group.
Joe CarterMarch 9, 2018
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