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The Coptic Christian Minority in Egypt

Since the Arab uprisings of 2011, the Christian community in Egypt has been suspended on a fragile line whose security depends more on the population itself than on government policies.

The Church’s Second Lung

The war in Ukraine has put Orthodox Christianity and inter-Orthodox relations in the spotlight. But what exactly is Eastern Christianity? Where does it come from, and what are its virtues and…

Catholicism and Taiwan

Taiwan has shown how society can benefit when ethnic and religious diversities are acknowledged and human rights are upheld.

Rising Intolerance Threatens Religious Freedom in the West

The term religious persecution evokes images of Christian blood on Arab sand, or of Muslims in Chinese “re-education camps.” But there are other forms, less discussed but also worrisome, which are…

Tears for Myanmar

The situation in Myanmar is deteriorating day by day. The Burmese Sisters of Reparation, present in the country serving the local populations in the most remote villages, witness the daily suffering…

Anafora, the Monastery of Encounter

Christians in Egypt are a diverse minority. It is not always possible to live like brothers, as differences easily lead to friction. However, the realities of encounter and fraternity are real and…

Women And Climate Crisis

It has been proven time and again how climate impacts women more disproportionately than men. They are more vulnerable. Whether it be lack of education, displacement, food insecurity, and lack of…

From Midwife To Comboni Missionary Sister

Though the Comboni Missionary Sisters are not present in the Philippines, one of their Sisters is from the Philippines, Sr. Anita Concepcion. In this article Sr. Anita, the only Filipina Comboni…

Comboni Nuns In Sri Lanka

Newly-arrived in Sri Lanka, where Catholics represent around 6% of the total population, the Comboni Sisters have taken up the commitment of education. Besides, the missionary nuns are sensitive to…

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