More than 50 years after the assassination of Martin Luther King Jr., the United States remains divided.
In his message in Russian—sent to Aid to the Church in Need (ACN)—the archbishop of the episcopal see of the Catholic Church that covers northern Kazakhstan, lamented the tragic incidents of the last few weeks, in which close to 200 people lost their lives in conflicts initially sparked by protests over rising fuel prices.
The Church is a sign of peace and hope for the people in South Sudan.
Terrorists are using hunger as a weapon to force rural people to either join their ranks or abandon their land to be occupied by the extremists.
“We must give hope and support.”
“At Mass one morning, he heard the Gospel reading in which Christ instructed the apostles to go forth without money, shoes, or extra clothing. This way of life soon became a papally-approved rule…”
On Sept. 27, the Catholic Church remembers Saint Vincent de Paul, the French, 17th century priest known as the patron of Catholic charities for his apostolic work among the poor and marginalized.
“It was from here, from Syria, Palestine, Jordan and what is today Israel, that the first Christians came.”
In a statement shared with ACI Africa Thursday, September 16, the Apostolic Administrator of the Kenyan Archdiocese says COVID-19 and drought have combined to make life difficult for many families.
World Villages are the answer to helping children globally.