Kenyan Aug. 8 elections: Kenyan Catholic bishops said they fear widespread violence in the next general elections.
A new study categorizes what kinds of responses emerge when Christians around the world are persecuted, noting that, most often, Christians choose a strategy of survival.
Global Sisters Report: In Kenya, the Dominican Missionary Sisters of the Sacred Heart and the Dimesse Sisters have learned how to produce bounty from a small footprint of land.
Three refugees, among them a Trump supporter, and a border diocese bishop were part of the March 20 panel discussion that explored immigration reform.
Just Catholic: Millions of people are trapped in awful situations, with no way to escape. Too many people are scraping by, depending on other people's garbage.
The U.N. agency estimates that there are more than 663 million people “living without a safe water supply close to home.”
A 2015 bus attack in northern Kenya during which Muslims shielded Christians from al-Shabab militants is the subject of "Watu Wote," — Swahili for "All of Us" —a fictional film adaptation that focuses on religious integration and coexistence.
The Kenyan government declared the country's drought a national disaster, three days after Catholic bishops requested such an action.
The bishops appealed for food relief Feb. 7, in an effort to get help from other countries. Reliefweb, a specialized digital service of the U.N. Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs, said in the last year, Kenya's food insecurity had nearly doubled, so that now 1.25 million people are affected. The drought has also affected livestock and wildlife in 23 of Kenya's 47 counties.
On International Day of Zero Tolerance for Female Genital Mutilation, the U.N.-sponsored awareness day, a Presbyterian pastor visited a rescue center for girls escaping the tribal procedure.
The Nigerian Jesuit priest spoke to NCR about discrimination against women within the Catholic church, and the necessity to advance women's inclusion.