Eight Nicaraguan priests who were expelled from their country by the Ortega regime celebrated Mass for first time in six months last weekend at a small chapel in Washington, DC. The Register’s senior editor, Joan Frawley Desmond, who has covered this story of faith in the face of persecution, joins us on Register Radio along with Register columnist Andrea Picciotti Bayer, who covers religious liberty issue worldwide.
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‘If we are not praying in a consistent and constant way for other members of the Church — wherever they are — who are being persecuted for their faith in Christ, how can we claim to be faithful followers of the Lord?’
The 2021 “World Watch List” of nations most culpable for the persecution of Christians has revealed that preexisting trends of 2019 were amplified by the COVID-19 pandemic.
The people of Burkina Faso have suffered an increasing number of terrorist attacks in recent years from Islamic jihadist groups including al-Qaeda affiliates.