Printing Bibles a peace-building campaign in Central African Republic

YAOUNDÉ, Cameroon – As a political solution to the Central African crisis continues to seem further out of reach, one Catholic charity is suggesting a unique solution: The Bible.

Aid to the Church in Need says it would like to help by giving $56,000 to print 30,000 copies of the New Testament in the local Sango dialect for the people of the Central African Republic.

“Reading the Bible offers hope in a seemingly hopeless situation,” Edward Clancy, Director of Outreach for Aid to the Church in Need told Crux.

“It offers a message of self-sacrificial love. It is on this intimate level that the Bible has impact. It provides a way towards conversion of hearts.  A slow tireless campaign of affecting one person at a time, but the change happens.  The Holy Bible opens the door to…

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