Pope Calls for Release of Nuns Kidnapped in Haiti

VATICAN CITY, Jan 21 (Reuters) – Pope Francis on Sunday called for the release of hostages, including six nuns, who were kidnapped on a bus in Haiti on Friday, and said he was praying for social harmony in the country.

Morocco Quake Survivors Turn to Social Media for Spiritual Support

Earthquake survivors in Morocco are turning to social media and satellite television for spiritual support in the aftermath of the disaster that has killed more than 2,900 people.

Body Armor-Wearing Pastors Risk All to Deliver Aid to Ukraine Frontline

Courageous pastors, some wearing bulletproof vests, are risking everything to deliver life-saving aid to desperate people living near the frontline of the war in Ukraine.

Oldest Hebrew Bible on Record Could Bring $50 Million at Auction

A Hebrew Bible believed to be the oldest in the world is hoping to fetch $50 million when it hits the auction block later this year.

Ukrainians Turn to Churches as ‘Winter of War’ Presses In

Hundreds of local churches across Ukraine are transforming their facilities into critical aid centers, providing safety, warmth and hope for thousands uprooted by war.

Rescuing Jewish Refugees from Ukraine

Among the four million people that have fled their homes in Ukraine following the Russian invasion, more than 10,000 Jewish refugees have found their way to Israel.

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