July 08, 2022
Peninah was only 24-years-old when her husband Paul was murdered by Al-Shabaab terrorists in Kenya. Attackers with Kalashnikovs, lined the men up in the street and demanded they recite sections of the Koran. Paul was a Christian and they shot him. In Afghanistan, the Taliban dragged Zabi’s 60-year-old Christian father away into the night. After
January 10, 2017
The couple's son died in the attack by Pakistani Taliban group Jaamat-ul-Ahrar on Easter Sunday
August 10, 2016
'If every parish in the country did the same it might at last wake up our political classes to the scale of the suffering,' Aid to the Church in Need has said
March 31, 2016
Archbishop Sebastian Shaw of Lahore says he went from bed to bed listening to accounts of the attack
March 29, 2016
A breakaway faction of the Taliban said it targeted Christians on Easter Sunday
March 28, 2016
The attack in Lahore, Pakistan, left 14 Christians dead along with many Muslims
March 04, 2016
Despite reports by the country's news agencies the Vatican says 'no travel programme' is currently being studied
November 05, 2015
Child actor, James Digiacomo, steals the show in Brooklyn, says Will Gore
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