From Joezette MacKay, Pietermaritzburg Responding to Sharon West’s letter of November 13, I have been Catholic my whole life but was at the same time pro-choice in “special” circumstances. A lot of my fellow Catholics would get confused and asked how I could be Catholic and pro-choice as, honestly, the two have no commonality. But I [...]
By Cindy Wooden, Catholic News Service VATICAN CITY (CNS) – Pope Francis prayed that Catholics throughout the Americas would open their arms to the poor, to immigrants, to the unborn and to the aged just as Mary opens her arms to all.
While the world’s attention is firmly fixed on the civil war in Syria, a possibly even greater tragedy is being played out in the middle of Africa. When in March the president of the Central African Republic (CAR), François Bozizé, fled his country in a helicopter, much of the world, in as much as it noticed, [...]
BY ANTHONY GATHAMBIRI IMC Water is a commodity that no creature can live without. Biologists tell us that 70% of our body is water. Without it we collapse and die. It is water that supports fish that we enjoy eating; it is water that quenches our thirst; and it is water that we get on a [...]
In my previous column we discussed the importance of complete dependence on God in the practice of leadership; and we saw how some psalms help us to understand this.
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).
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- Every child deserves to be loved December 12, 2013
- Pope at audience: Americas, open your arms to poor, immigrants, unborn December 12, 2013
- A crisis few know of December 11, 2013
- “Let us now sing the praises of famous men” December 10, 2013
- Nelson Mandela – The Icon who challenges to high things December 10, 2013