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Topic: Kenya

The world record-breaking athlete and his extraordinary Catholic coach

A brilliant BBC Four documentary tells the triumphant story of David Rudisha and Brother Colm O’Connell

After the latest terrorist outrage, the international community must wake up and help the Kenyan people

The recent attack on the Jesus Joy Church, which left at least six people dead, is thought to be the work of Al-Shabaab

Kenyan Catholic leaders praise citizen reaction during hostage crisis

Bishops herald work of those who helped “save the lives of our brothers and sisters in danger”

Why do Hague and Cameron give comfort to anti-Christian regimes?

Our Government deplores attacks on Christians but continues to support governments that make them possible

Morning Catholic must-reads: 01/07/13

A daily guide to what’s happening in the Catholic Church

What makes a country third world?

Policemen who don’t expect a tip

‘Is it true, Father, that in Scotland men wear skirts?’

Last night’s ‘Catholics’ focused heavily on vestments. In contrast, during my time in an African seminary we (mostly) tackled the foundational questions of morals

As long as murders go unpunished Africa will never have political reform

We must never forget Fr John Kaiser, the missionary who died in Kenya in mysterious circumstances

How to ease famine in Africa

Handing out money or food vouches will stop people starving and boost businesses at the same time

Kenya’s clerical abuse cases should have been handled with more transparency

RTE’s programme about abuse in Africa showed two very different ways of handling the problem: facing up to it or keeping it quiet