In our issue of March 13, MIKE POTHIER looks at Nelson Mandela’s legacy through a spiritual lens. St Paul wrote: “There are three things that last: faith, hope and love; and the greatest of these is love” (1 Cor 13:13).
By Simone Orendain MANILA, Philippines (CNS) — The devastation brought on by Super Typhoon Haiyan is on a scale so big it is “unimaginable,” said Jesuit Father Edwin Gariguez, head of Caritas in the Philippines.
BY FR ANTHONY NDANG NDICHIA MHM When I was in high school in Cameroon I had a part-time job. It was a lucrative job which gave me some ready money. I had a motorbike taxi business, locally known as benskin or akada (motorbike). Behind the motorbike was a sign with an attractive motto: “Door-to-Door Express”. I transported [...]
BY ANTHONY GATHAMBIRI IMC One evening I was jogging. It was getting dark and so I decided to take a shortcut through a local township. As I entered the place, I saw two young boys of less than 12 years smoking from a pipe connected to a pot.
by Phyllis Zagano The Vatican’s preparatory document for the October 2014 Synod of Bishops on the family gets to women after 300 words. Among matters of deep concern are “forms of feminism hostile to the Church.” Male chauvinism is not mentioned.
BY SAMUEL FRANCIS IMC People used to go to church to find peace, to seek consolation, hope, strength and direction. Nowadays there are those who go to disturb that peace, cause confusion, destruction and disorder, turning their frustrations and anger on God’s house.
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- Movie Reviews- Black Nativity, Ender’s Game, Free Birds, Homefront, Mud December 6, 2013
- Mass Readings December 8-15, 2013 December 6, 2013
- Mandela’s life of faith, hope and love December 6, 2013
- Cribs: A brief history of the Nativity scene December 6, 2013
- Pope: Belief in eternal life with Christ frees people from worldly woes December 5, 2013