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Abortion of Weak Reflects Nazi Mentality – Pope

Leader of the Roman Catholic Church, Pope Francis, has described the abortion of sick and vulnerable children as reflecting the 20th century mentality of the Nazis.

Kukah Wants Christians to Take Responsibility

Kukah also urged Nigerians to identify the root cause of the religious crisis in the nation and take up the challenge of protecting one another.

Clerics Cry Out Over Herdsmen Killings

Clerics have bemoaned the continued maiming and killing of innocent Nigerians in the country by suspected Fulani herdsmen.

Ezeokafor Calls on Christians to Defend Themselves

Ezeokafor said this while reacting to the recent attacks melted out on priests and students of Sacred Heart Minor Seminary, Jalingo, Taraba State by suspected Fulani herdsmen.

Herdsmen Must Be Disarmed – Primate Okoh

Primate Okoh said this in his solidarity speech during the “Life is Sacred” protests by Roman Catholics in Abuja on Tuesday.

CAN Commiserates With Catholics Over Murdered Members

Pastor Adebayo Oladeji, Special Assistant, Media and Communications to the CAN President, Rev. Samson Ayokunle, conveyed CAN message in a statement in Abuja.

Roman Catholics Protest Killings Of Priests

Roman Catholics in seven states yesterday staged peaceful protests against the continued killings of innocent souls by herdsmen.

Roman Catholics to Protest Herdsmen Killings

Roman Catholics will on Tuesday (today) engaged a nationwide protest against the wildspread killings by supposed fulani herdsmen. 

Onaiyekan Kicks Against Media Clamp Down

The Archbishop of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Abuja, His Grace, John Cardinal Onaiyekan, has kicked against any clamp down on the media by the government ahead of the 2019 elections.

Church Wants States To Return Schools

Queen of Apostles, now Queen Amina College, St. Johns, is now Rimi College and WTC, now Government Women Secondary School, are among Catholic schools taken over by the state government in the 1970s.