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The leaders of the churches in England used their sermons for Easter to reflect on the brutal persecution of Christians across the world.
Pope Francis used his Easter message today to decry the persecution of Christians as he made an impassioned appeal for peace in the Middle East and other war-torn regions.
As Catholics across the world commemorated Christ's Passion at services to mark Good Friday today, the preacher of the Papal Household told a Rome congregation that included Pope Francis that victims of conflict carry the Cross just as Jesus did.
In a moving ceremony that recalled how Jesus loved the world so deeply that he lowered himself to serve and died for everyone's sins, Pope Francis washed the feet of 12 prison inmates, plus a small toddler who lives with his incarcerated mother.
Christian students were singled out and targeted in the in the Islamist attack on a Kenyan university on Thursday in which 147 people were slaughtered.
French Foreign Minister Laurent Fabius has urged the United Nations Security Council to set up a special fund and pledge military protection so that Middle Eastern Christian refugees and other minorities can return home when international forces defeat the Islamic State (IS) terrorists who drove them out.
The three main party political leaders have revealed what Easter means to them, with Prime Minister David Cameron saying it is about “remembering the importance of change, responsibility, and doing the right thing for the good of our children”.
Catholic bishops in Indiana have acknowledged that the US state's Religious Freedom Restoration Act, which became law this week, had "divided the people of our state like few other issues in recent memory."
Pope Francis on Wednesday remembered St John Paul II, who died ten years ago tomorrow.
The head of the Catholic Church in Nigeria has challenged the country’s new president-elect, Muhammadu Buhari, to tackle corruption and bring down the Islamic terrorist organisation Boko Haram.