The anger of the Catholic Church in the Central African Republic
The Catholic Church of Central Africa angry with the government and the Minusca. She called on Monday her faithful to boycott the festivities of December 1. The national day of the proclamation of the Republic.
The bishops of Central Africa intend to express their dissatisfaction with the insecurity galloping in this country. More than sixty civilians, including two priests, died following a rebel attack in Alindao on November 15.
The Church’s position follows a visit by Cardinal Dieudonne Nzapalaïnga to Alindao in the centre of the country. Today, the Catholic Church, which is the main victim of this long communal crisis in Central Africa, no longer hides his anger.
In a press release issued on Monday, the government called for restraint.