World News

Millions will be affected by food crises in 2019

Says report by the UN’s Food and Agriculture Organization and World Food Programme

Five years after priest's murder in Syria, Jesuits hope to introduce his cause

Jesuit superior general wants to open a cause of beatification

Fortnight Madness

Depending on their absurdity, these stories may be ridiculous or sad at the same time

Peruvian bishops asked to investigate the death of a British religious

Brother Paul was well known in the locality for his commitment to protecting the environment and the indigenous peoples.

Christians, Muslims, Hindus and Sikhs rallied together in Pakistan

"A law must be passed to eliminate forced conversions"

Reinforcing Christian Communities Is Vital for Syrian Stability

Syria’s Christian church organizations “serve as bridges” in Syria’s education, health, and cultural activities

Resignation of Algerian President Questions the Future of Christians

With no date set for a new election, Christians in Algeria know that the result of the elections is unpredictable.

Burkina Faso: Over 60 dead in a terrorist attack

In Burkina Faso, tensions periodically degenerate into violence between the Fulani and indigenous farmers.

Violence and persecution against Christians growing in Chad

Christians in the Muslim-majority nation of Chad are facing increasing levels of persecution from local officials

A Yale of a Controversy over Faith

New nondiscrimination policy discriminates Christians