Religious-freedom expert Stephen Rasche discusses the recent deadly violence against Nigerian Christians, including this weekend’s Pentecost Mass massacre, and what Catholics elsewhere can do to help.
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Father Juma’s abduction is the latest in a series of kidnappings in Nigeria that appear to target Christians, including priests.
Vice President Eric Patterson of the Religious Freedom Institute discusses the recent uptick in violence in Nigeria, the two most oppressive factions on the ground, and how the country could face the same fate as Rwanda if international inaction continues.
Three of five men brutally executed in a video posted online were known employees of Christian aid agencies.
The kidnapping is the latest in a series of abductions and killings in Nigeria which have involved Catholics and other Christians; clergy, seminarians, and lay people.
DECADE IN REVIEW: The continent, home to the world’s largest Christian population and considered the Church’s ‘beacon of hope,’ faces a growing threat of religious hostility.
The Enugu diocese said that Father Offu was killed “by some hoodlums suspected to be the notorious and murderous Fulani herdsmen.”
Rebecca Bitrus shares harrowing tale of faith and forgiveness.
The Nigerian government announced the release of the girls, who were among the 300 abducted from the high school in Chibok in April 2014.