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Kampala, Uganda -- Pope Francis kicked off the second part of his three-country Africa tour Friday night, landing here amidst a festive atmosphere of dancing, song and crowds.
A Roman Observer: Following his trip to Africa, Pope Francis is set to announce some major personnel and structural changes in the Roman Curia and other Vatican-related departments.
Pope Francis will embark this week on a six-day trip to three African nations -- Kenya, Uganda and the Central African Republic -- in his first trip to the continent.
Synod remarks: Cardinal Berhaneyesus Souraphiel said the Synod of Bishops should identify the position of the church “without condemning anybody with different views."
Global Faith: When Thomas Landy needed to refer his students to resources for his global Catholicism courses, what he could find left him short on contemporary context.
An interfaith coffee cooperative called Mirembe Kawomera aims to combat the threat of religious violence and poverty at the same time.
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This bank doesn't have a marble lobby or uniformed tellers. This bank is a faded blanket and a circle of women with their feet tucked under their colorful skirts.
Global Sisters Report: At a hospital in Luweero, Uganda, the children are sometimes discharged from the hospital with antibiotics and a female goat.