January 10, 2014

Christians in Libya cast anxious eye at religious freedom

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A Catholic priest converses with an Anglican pastor at the Christ the King Anglican Cathedral in Tripoli. The number of Anglicans is reportedly growing in Libya. RNS photo by Fredrick Nzwili

A Catholic priest converses with an Anglican pastor at the Christ the King Anglican Cathedral in Tripoli. The number of Anglicans is reportedly growing in Libya. RNS photo by Fredrick Nzwili

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(RNS) Church leaders in Libya remain hopeful that Christians in the mostly Muslim country will be allowed to practice their faith, even as the country appears to move towards Shariah law.