Discover a summary of 5 news published on the InfoChrétienne website this Thursday, May 11, a good way to have a global vision of what is happening in the world, especially in the Christian sphere.
Shakaola massacre toll rises as 'twenty mass graves are currently being opened'
In Kenya, excavations that had been interrupted due to rains in Malindi, Kenya, resumed on Tuesday. The number of victims of the Shakaola massacre now stands at 133, but the toll can only rise as "twenty mass graves are currently being opened", as specified by the Minister of the Interior, Kithure Kindiki .
Mark Wahlberg: 'I attribute all that is good and all that is positive in life to my faith'
“I attribute all that is good and all that is positive in life to my faith… As soon as I started putting my faith in God and focusing on him, good things started happening for me. me." Hollywood star Mark Wahlberg always talks openly about his Christian faith.
"I refused to renounce Jesus as the Son of God. They started beating me": A Christian testifies to the persecution
"They broke into the house, shouting that I had blasphemed against the Islamic religion and trying to force me to confess that Jesus is not the Son of God, and that Allah is the only God to worship and Muhammad is his prophet." Morning Star News reports on the persecution of Shaquru Ndifuna, 33.
State affair: infiltration of churches by the FBI and complaint against the US Department of Justice
A Catholic advocacy group and a legal organization monitoring government activities filed a lawsuit in late April against the US Department of Justice after the FBI put Catholics on a watch list. This complaint comes as the Biden government is accused of undermining the religious freedom of Christians.