African Challenges

Updated: 2 days ago

Interviews

Book Reviews

  • African Catholic by Elizabeth A Foster, Reviewed by Fr John Buckley Independent Catholic News

General Challenges

Botswana


Articles and Commentaries

Burkina Faso


Articles and Commentaries

Cameroon


Articles and Commentaries

Central African Republic


Articles and Commentaries

Democratic Republic of Congo


Articles and Commentaries

East Africa


Articles and Commentaries

Ethiopia


Articles and Commentaries

Ghana

Articles and Commentaries

Ivory Coast

Articles and Commentaries

Kenya


Interviews

Articles and Commentaries


Mali


Articles and Commentaries



Mozambique

Articles and Commentaries

Niger

Articles and Commentaries

Republic of the Congo


Articles and Commentaries


Videos


Volunteer Teachers - Come to Africa!


Nigeria


Interviews

Articles and Commentaries


Rwanda


Articles and Commentaries


Videos


Rwanda Genocide BBC Documentary National Geographic


2016-04-10 Memorial Mass for all the victims of the Rwandan genocide


Sierra Leone


Articles and Commentaries


Somalia


Articles and Commentaries


South Africa


Articles and Commentaries


South Sudan


Articles and Commentaries


Tasmania


Articles and Commentaries


Tanzania

Interviews


Articles and Commentaries


Togo


Articles and Commentaries


Uganda


Prayers


Prayer for the Victims in Uganda Oh Lord, we pray for the victims of the violence now taking place in Uganda. Over a thousand innocent people, women, men and children, have been killed. Hundreds, perhaps thousands more have been physically and seriously harmed, their freedom and property taken away. Children have been forced to labor and work for the rebels. Oh Lord, we grieve at this and pray for them and for their grieving families. We feel their pain and sorrow, and pray that they may be healed and that Uganda may be healed so that this suffering will stop.

Hospitals and schools have been attacked, placing in danger the good people who try to help those in need. In our hearts and souls, Oh Lord, we suffer with them and join with them in prayer for the end of this misery and the return of sanity.

Please hear our prayer, Oh Lord. And strengthen those who continue to work to help and heal this suffering, in the name of Jesus, who suffered on the cross for all of us.| Amen. by Dr. Eugene Fisher Profiles in Catholicism


Articles and Commentaries


Zambia


Articles and Commentaries


Zimbabwe


Articles and Commentaries


Profiles in Catholicism relies on its readers for financial support. Please help us with

a $10.00 donation

© 2020 Profiles in Catholicism

site  design/development petitetaway