BY FR RALPH DE HAHN Pope Pius XI instituted the feast of Christ the King, this year on November 23, in 1925. Yet today our people of different tongues and culture fail to comprehend this kingship.
BY FR RALPH DE HAHAN The ancient Jewish sect known as the Pharisees, the pious “separated ones”, were distinguished by their strict observance of traditional and written law.
BY ERNEST MWAPE A person whose fate has been generous may not have great difficulties in accepting the idea that life is a gift. But a person whose life has been marked mostly by suffering might say that life is as priceless as a precious diamond.
While many South Africans demand an “eye for an eye” punishment for Oscar Pistorius, NEIL MITCHELL OP believes that real justice can be found in Christ — even if for some Free State barbers Christian justice is for ‘sissies’.
BY KARIN HUMAN My parish of Christ the King in Queenswood, Pretoria is one of only a few in the archdiocese to have Perpetual Adoration. In Queenswood, it has been in practice for more than ten years, without a break.
BY FR RALPH DE HAHN Reading through sacred scripture it is evident that the male writers failed to give women their rightful place. Men gave no credence to the views of women; even Paul mentions the risen Christ appearing only to men (1 Cor 15:3-8) when the gospels, which were written later, make it clear [...]
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