Peninah is a twenty-six-year-old Christian widow from Kenya, who lost her husband two years ago.
On the occasion of the 41st anniversary of his martyrdom, the place where he died was renamed after him.
As they prepare to welcome Pope Francis, Iraqi Christians commemorate Paulos Faraj Rahho, Archbishop of Mosul.
Rosario Livatino, a Sicilian judge and magistrate, was killed by the mafia in 1990.
A forty-one-year-old former imam was killed on the 7th of December by a mob of Muslims, a week after converting to Christianity.
According to local sources, a group of unknown people took Pastor Munsi from his house, his body was later discovered by his wife
Mustapha praised Nnadi’s “outstanding bravery,” and that the seminarian “told him to his face to change his evil ways or perish.”
The church in Congo has been experiencing continued attacks on Christians for over a decade.