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23 March 2017
UK Parliament warned by Iraq aid coordinator that 1,800-year-old Church community is facing its biggest challenge yet.
10 March 2017
Religious Sisters are transforming communities across Latin America by travelling to isolated areas that have not seen a priest for years.
6 March 2017
The leader of Nigeria's Catholics has made an impassioned plea for peace and dialogue as the country faces violence, crippling economic crisis, and the threat of famine in the north-east, where militants continue to carry out attacks.
6 March 2017
A rain-soaked team from Aid to the Church in Need braved the cold wind and rain to complete a half marathon in Paris, raising money for suffering Christians in the Middle East.
1 March 2017
A Sister helping Christian families in war-torn Syria has revealed the severity of the on-going crisis across the country - despite the holding ceasefire.
23 February 2017
Following a series of attacks against the Church in the Democratic Republic of Congo, a senior Catholic leader has spoken about "a resurgence of fear, anger and indeed insecurity" in the country.
21 February 2017
Friends and staff of a leading Catholic charity's UK office are running the Fitbit Semi de Paris this March, joining European and Latin American colleagues, raising funds for persecuted Christians in the Middle East.
16 February 2017
A contemplative community of religious Sisters in the Democratic Republic of the Congo praying for persecuted Christians worldwide will have their future ensured by a new well - after a chronic shortage of water threatened their survival.
3 February 2017
Vital help for Syrian mothers and children forced to flee violent extremism is one of nearly 100 new projects announced this month by the UK office of Aid to the Church in Need.