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“The critical challenges and enormous potential facing Africa today serve as the opportunity for--and test of--our mutual solidarity. Our response to this vocation of solidarity with the Church and peoples of Africa enables us to express love ‘in deed and in truth’ (1 John 3:18), a love that creates no borders and sets no limits to what might be accomplished together in Christ.” --United States Conference of Catholic Bishops, A Call to Solidarity with Africa (2001)
Political, Social, and Human Rights Conditions in Burundi
Archbishop Timothy P. Broglio writes to Secretary of State Pompeo about the situation in Burundi. Archbishop Broglio conveys to Secretary Pompeo a letter from the Catholic Bishops' Conference of Burundi in which the Bishops express appreciation for progress as well as raise concerns.
Respect the Human Rights of All Cameroonian Citizens
On October 4, 2019, Archbishop Timothy P. Broglio writes to Congress to express general support for resolutions that call upon the Government of Cameroon and armed separatist groups to respect the human rights of all Cameroonian citizens, to end all violence and to pursue an inclusive dialogue to resolve the conflict.
Soldarity with the People of Burkina Faso
In a June 6, 2019 letter to the President of the National Episcopal Conference of Burkina Faso and Niger, Archbishop Tmothy P. Broglio writes to express solidarity with the people of Burkina Faso as they struggle with the ongoing wave of violent terrorist attacks.
Political Agreement for Peace and Reconciliation in the Central African Republic
On February 27, 2019, Archbishop Timothy P. Broglio and Mr. Sean Callahan, President of Catholic Relief Services wrote to Secretary of State Pompeo urging that he take full advantage of the opportunities for peace that exist in the newly signed Political Agreement for Peace and Reconciliaiton in the Central African Republic.
Soldarity with Cameroon
Archbishop Broglio writes to express our solidarity with the people and the National Episcopal Conference of Cameroon (NECC), as the country continues to struggle with the current crisis in the two Anglophone Provinces.
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