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Patrick Egwu

Patrick Egwu is a Nigerian freelance journalist based out of Toronto. His work on human rights, social justice, religion, migration and development has been published by Foreign Policy, Daily Maverick, National Catholic Reporter, Global Sisters Report and elsewhere.

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Vatican OK on same-sex blessings sparks divided reactions in Africa

Amid growing attacks, Dominican sisters in Nigeria invoke prayers for protection

Catholics in Africa fight dual battles: COVID-19 vaccine scarcity, skepticism

Vatican's gay blessing ban stokes fear among African LGBT Catholics

Some Catholic parishes in Nigeria ask for money before burying the dead

Nigerian farming communities win landmark court ruling against Shell

Amid pandemic, Nigerian Catholic farmers face growing attacks by herders

Southern Africa's Catholic community spurred into action by Black Lives Matter

Catholic communities in Africa have mixed response on combating coronavirus

Nigerian bishop ranks migration a bigger issue than abortion, climate

Nigerian bishop, rejected by former diocese, installed at new diocese

Nigerian Christian and Muslim communities unite to combat COVID-19

African Catholics move to livestreamed Masses, 'spiritual Communion'

Catholic response to coronavirus in Nigeria varies

Nigerian Christians divided by conference on witchcraft

Trump's visa ban on Nigeria seen as possible blessing in disguise

Nigerian Catholics protest bills aiming to regulate social media

Nigerian Catholics reflect on 50th anniversary of Biafran War

In Nigeria, archdiocese provides relief to victims of fire disaster

Young Catholic uses radio to press for climate action in Nigeria