In the News, August 7th

In Kenya, an intern at with the Jesuit Commons Higher Education at the Margins program reflects on the positive impact the program has at the Kakuma refugee camp. 

On 2013 Interfatih Day in London, Jesuit Mission Volunteers are welcomed into other faith communities

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The U.S. church sees continued growth in vocations to the permanent diaconate. 

Religious intolerance continues in Egypt as an al-Quaeda leader incites attacks on Christians and specific leaders are targeted.  

At the Vatican, Pope Francis delivers a video message for the feast of St. Cajetan and the Holy See's lawyer claims a dismissed sexual abuse lawsuit should have never been filed. 

A United Nations report voices concern over the absence of the rule of law and increase in violence in the Central African Republic. 

A gay couple may sue the Church of England over right to wed in church. 

Obama cancels a visit with Russian President Putin as tensions surrounding the asylum of Edward Snowden grow. 

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