Another Catholic priest killed in Central African Republic

Militants killed a Roman Catholic priest this week in Bangui, Central African Republic where Catholic and other faith leaders had made headway recently mediating between factions.

Priest's death shows fragility of peace in Central African Republic

The recent death of a Catholic priest in the Central African Republic demonstrates the delicate nature of peace in the country, where a cardinal and an imam have worked to build peace and unity.

South Sudanese leaders don't know how to make peace, say Catholic bishops

On the day Pope Francis designated for global prayers for peace in South Sudan and Congo, Catholic bishops in South Sudan said their leaders did not know how to make peace.

Nigerian clergy demand compensation for churches destroyed by Boko Haram

Nigerian clergy say at least 1,000 churches have been destroyed in the six-year insurgency, which the government declared crushed last year.