By Cindy Wooden, Catholic News Service Seeing the elderly only as a burden “is ugly. It’s a sin,” Pope Francis said at his weekly general audience.
From Marion Jordaan, Pennington, KZN I am blessed to be able to access Radio Veritas via DStv. I greatly look forward to Evening Prayer, followed by the Angelus and then the Rosary.
Recent incidents of xenophobic violence have raised fears of a repeat of the anti-migrant pogroms of 2008, with a poisonous brew of prejudice and criminality seeming to bubble beneath the surface of our society.
Munich is a metropole in which cultures meet — but the Catholic history of the city is ever-present, GÜNTHER SIMMERMACHER writes.
Last month we watched as foreigners again became targets of violence. For a week the media focused on horrific scenes showing South Africans looting shops owned by immigrants.
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- Pope: Abandoning the elderly is a sin March 5, 2015
- Blessed to receive Radio Veritas March 5, 2015
- A Poisonous Brew March 4, 2015
- The Catholic vibe of Munich March 3, 2015
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