The religious left campaign to use taxpayer money for abortions for Boko Haram victims

Getting a handle on Boko Haram

‘Scandalous’ for UN to push abortions on girls raped by Boko Haram, says pro-life Nigerian groups

Boko Haram militants raped hundreds of female captives in Nigeria

Pastor, more than 70 Christians killed in Plateau state, Nigeria

UN population fund assisting Nigerians rescued from Boko Haram, many of whom are pregnant

214 girls rescued from Boko Haram pregnant

Nigerian forces invade last known stronghold of Boko Haram

Nigerian churches engage actively in national electoral process

Nigerian Christians feel mixture of hope and anxiety after Buhari’s presidential win

Nigeria’s Boko Haram abducted 2,000 women and girls: report

Boko Haram disguised as preachers kill at least 24 in Nigeria

Foreign troops retake Nigerian towns from Boko Haram

US missionary kidnapped in Nigeria has been freed, church says

American missionary kidnapped in Nigeria set free

Boko Haram violence causing worsening refugee crisis for Nigeria

U.S. won’t help fight Boko Haram until Nigeria accepts homosexuality, birth control, bishop says

Niger approves sending troops to Nigeria to fight Boko Haram

Amid criticism, Nigeria postpones presidential election, citing ongoing violence by Boko Haram

Boko Haram kills dozens in rampage after Chad offensive

Nigerian forces take back four towns from Boko Haram

In addition to children, Boko Haram is turning to animals to carry out its suicide bomb attacks

Holy See to UN: stop ignoring attacks on Christian women, girls

USCIRF warns of potential religiously-motivated violence around Nigeria’s upcoming elections

Some regions of Nigeria now devoid of Christians

Nigerian gvmt plans to ban porn websites: official

Boko Haram emerges as brutal Islamic State of Africa

The changing shape of Boko Haram

Nigerian church leader tells international community: ‘Do not forget that we are here’

Boko Haram terrorists gaining strength in Nigeria

Why did the world ignore Boko Haram’s Baga attacks?

Nigerian archbishop calls for unity marches following Boko Haram massacres

2,000 feared killed in ‘deadliest’ Boko Haram attack in Nigeria

Africa in 2014: a year of triumph and tragedy

Christian widow killed in Muslim bomb blast in Nigeria

Boko Haram terrorists aim at Nigeria’s Muslims, too, killing 120 Friday worshippers

Nigeria mosque blasts death toll above 102

One woman’s story of escape from Boko Haram

Nigeria: 2 teen female suicide bombers kill 30

Boko Haram leader denies ceasefire deal, says 200 abducted girls married off

The crisis in Maiduguri: In the battle for religious freedom, let’s not forget Africa

Boko Haram said to abduct more women in Nigeria

How Boko Haram’s murders and kidnappings are changing Nigeria’s churches

Violence raises doubt Nigeria girls will be freed

Nigerian parents: Our girls are still missing

How Boko Haram’s murders and kidnappings are changing Nigeria’s churches

Exclusive: Up close & personal, 5 days with the girls of Chibok

Nigeria churches ask for protection after militants kill dozens of Christians

In Cameroon, Boko Haram threat means pastoral care needs military protection

How a Nigerian school girl escaped Boko Haram: Is Washington still concerned?

Bible college, churches shut down as Boko Haram claims territory in Nigeria

Tens of thousands of Christians and Muslims flee fighting as Boko Haram captures key town

You should treasure your faith

After kidnapping schoolgirls, Boko Haram takes aim at churches in northeast Nigeria

Nigeria militants declare Islamic caliphate after killing 100 Christians

Modern bondage: Slavery is very much alive today

    Aleteia: As anyone who has studied history knows, the man-made evils the world faces today – war, terrorism, abortion, poverty, and the rest – share an ancient provenance. Technology can increase or diminish the scale of these evils, and in some cases it can even introduce novel expressions of them, but on a fundamental level we moderns wrestle with the same moral pathologies, both personal and social, as our ancestors. Truly, “What has been, that will be; what has been done, that will be done. Nothing is new under the sun!” (Ecclesiastes 1:9)

  • Posted: 08/27/2014
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