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28 May 2015
As fears grow for the safety of kidnapping priest Father Jacques Mourad and his companion, Syrian Christians ask for prayers for his safe return.
27 May 2015
Accusations of blasphemy led to an attack on the Christian quarter of Lahore by an enraged mob.
22 May 2015
Fears have been expressed for the safety of Father Jacques Mourad, after he was kidnapped while going about his pastoral work.
20 May 2015
The Bishop overseeing the needs of displaced Christians in northern Iraq asked UK Christian leaders to ensure Britain does not forget Iraq's suffering Christians.
18 May 2015
A Religious Sister in Aleppo, Syria, has given a shocking account of bombardment and devastation in the city, as increased fighting forces Christians out of their homes.
14 May 2015
A youth rally at Carfin Lourdes Grotto will bring together young people from across Scotland in a unique act of solidarity with persecuted Christians.
13 May 2015
Pakistan's Catholic Church in Pakistan condemned an attack on the Ismaili Muslim community, that left 47 dead, including senior citizens, women and children, and 24 injured.
11 May 2015
In a new report Maiduguri diocese assesses extent of the suffering caused by militant extremist group Boko Haram. "Our faith has been purified through persecution", said one priest.
28 April 2015
Bishop Paul Simick, who narrowly escaped death during the earthquake, appealed for prayers for the suffering country.
13 April 2015
Juventutem, a network for young Catholics with an attachment to the traditional Roman liturgy, will be having Masses offered for their suffering brothers and sisters.
10 April 2015
Aid to the Church in Need to team up with Manchester Universities' Catholic Chaplaincy to hold a vigil in support of persecuted Iraqi Christians and others who suffer oppression.