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Bronwen Dachs - Catholic News ServiceOctober 02, 2020
Although Catholics comprise a small percentage of the total population in Sahel, the church is respected by the population "regardless of their faith and is seen as a neutral, objective and nonpolitical actor across the region," said the CRS report, titled "Steps Towards Peace."
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Bronwen Dachs - Catholic News ServiceNovember 02, 2015
The "financial precariousness of most students should not be an obstacle to accessing education," said the national executive of the South African Council of Churches, of which the Southern African Catholic Bishops' Conference is a member.
Locals run with items from a shop in Soweto, South Africa, Jan. 22. Local media reported that violence broke out Jan. 19 after a 14-year-old South African was allegedly shot dead by a foreign shop owner. (CNS photo/Siphiwe Sibeko, Reuters)
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Bronwen Dachs - Catholic News ServiceJanuary 26, 2015
Law enforcement and education need to protect rights of foreign nationals
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Bronwen Dachs - Catholic News ServiceJanuary 06, 2015
He stayed, and hopes that will inspire young people to do the same.
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Bronwen Dachs - Catholic News ServiceOctober 29, 2014
Burials that are dignified and safe are urgently needed for Ebola victims in West Africa, where corpses are frequently left unattended for days and then thrown into graves without ceremony, a U.S. church aid official said."So many people are dying that there has not been the capacity to respond