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ACN Info – Nigeria Attacks by Fulani herdsmen; “a timebomb”

Nigeria Attacks by Fulani herdsmen; “a timebomb”   Christians in northern Nigeria, in addition to suffering attacks by the terrorist Boko Haram group, are also facing a terrible situation as a result of the bloody attacks by Fulani herdsmen against Christian villages in Nigeria’s so-called Middle Belt.   “This is a time bomb that threatens […]

Feature Story – EU reps Skype with Syrian Children

Aid to the Church in Need Initiative at the European Parliament with Syrian Children European parliamentarians will be speaking directly to school-children from Aleppo, Syria via Skype this Tuesday December 6, also, Saint Nicolas day. In cooperation with the pontifical charity Aid to the Church in Need (ACN), European Parliament Vice-President Mr. Antonio Tajani along […]

ACN Press – from Aleppo

 Carmelites of Aleppo Contemplative Sisters at the heart of violence Montreal, Thursday, October 13 –  Aid to the Church in Need received alarming information from the Carmelites in Aleppo, project partners of the international charity.    In a letter dated October 11, the Contemplative Sisters describe an extreme situation, as much in Eastern Aleppo as […]

Press Release – Syrian Children appeal for Peace

    Syria More than one million children sign an appeal for peace   Damascus/Montreal Thursday, October 6,  2016 –These days, children at more than 2,000 schools all over Syria are drawing and writing messages to the political decision makers of the European Union and United Nations under the motto “Peace for Children.”   This […]

ACN News – Protecting Christians from ‘elimination’

Middle East (Iraq, Syria) Protecting Christians from ‘elimination’ Refugee coordinator says governments must act on  behalf of Christians, the extremists’ top target   According to a leading refugee relief coordinator who warns that extremist Islamists are infiltrating groups seeking asylum in Europe – Christians from the Middle East are suffering the most but Western governments are […]

ACN supports Christian refugees in Syria 

Syria Concern for the coming winter The growing wave of refugees from the Middle East being accepted into the European Union has aroused a growing wish on the part of Syrian Christians to leave the country, says Father Andrzej Halemba, head of the Middle East Section of the Catholic pastoral charity Aid to the Church […]

CENTRAL-AFRICA: HISTORY OF A CONFLICT ( Part II )

Given the dramatic situation known to Central-Africa for more than a year now, and by way of solidarity with its populace, we are continuing today with a series of articles which will enable you to accompany the people of this country, currently at the heart of an unspeakable conflict: a war which recalls the extreme […]

Nigeria “The twin monsters of corruption and insecurity”

By ACN International Adapted by Amanda Bridget Griffin, ACN Canada Montreal, May 7, 2013 – “Growing corruption and religious violence jeopardise the West African country of Nigeria.” This stark warning by Cardinal John Onaiyekan, Archbishop of Abuja, was given during his recent presentation to the Foreign Affairs Committee of the European Parliament in Brussels. Cardinal […]