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ACN Success Story – Belarus

ACN Success story – in Belarus Getting around – an essential for a priest!   This week, our story unfolds in Belarus.  First of all, we learn in this country of close to 10 million people, the percentage of Catholics is a little less than 8%, whereas the Orthodox are close to 50%. Given the […]

ACN News – Aid to the Church in Need International receives Path to Peace Award

United Nations-New York     Aid to the Church in Need, ‘leading organization’ in the world and ‘voice’ for persecuted Christians   Archbishop Bernardito Auza, Permanent Observer of the Holy See to the United Nations and president of the Path to Peace Foundation, has praised Aid to the Church in Need (ACN)—the recipient of the […]

ACN Project of the Week – Transportation project in Algeria

Algeria A vehicle for pastoral work in the birthplace of Saint Augustine   In the birthplace of Saint Augustine, there are only around 5,000 Catholics living today. Algeria, located in the northwest Africa, is the largest country in Africa, with an area of almost 930,000 square miles (2.38 million km²) – approximately one quarter the […]

ACN News – Nigeria: In spite of attacks and radicalization – the faith is growing

Nigeria: In spite of attacks and radicalization – the faith is growing The Archbishop of Kaduna, on the situation of Christianity in his homeland   Even though the government has initiated efforts to regain control over the areas occupied by Boko Haram, attacks on Christians and their communities take place regularly, particularly in the northeastern […]

ACN Project of the Week: Mass Offerings for priests in Miao

ACN Photo: Arunachal Pradesh, India, diocese of Miao  in the extreme North East, bordering on  Burma. Morning prayers in a catholic school. India   Mass Offerings for priests in Miao The diocese of Miao in Northeast India, was established only recently, in 2005. It lies in one of the most remote and isolated regions of the […]