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A short commercial, entitled “Just Pray” and made by the Church of England, is now banned by a leading movie theatre chain on the grounds that the script it uses, the words of the Lord’s Prayer, might be “offensive” to people of other faiths or of no faith.

Over two years of persisting disorder, Father Bernard Kinvi has seen people at their worst during civil conflict in the Central African Republic—neighbors turning against neighbors, the strong prey

He comes to bring a message of peace, reconciliation and dialogue.

The Republican frontrunner benefits from resentment against the media.

Former Jesuit provincial for East Africa highlights the significance of Pope Francis' trip to Kenya, Uganda and the Central African Republic

November has seen two modest but hopeful developments for those excluded from coverage under the Fair Labor Standards Act.

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Camillian Father Bernard Kinvi directs the hospital at the Catholic mission in Bossemptele, northwestern Central African Republic. When brutal sectarian violence erupted in the country in 2013, Father Kinvi saved the lives of hundreds of besieged Muslims, whom he gathered from their homes and sheltered in the Catholic church.


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