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In a time of increased attacks on the freedom of religion, Asia Bibi's acquittal is a historic and hopeful verdict for Christian minorities.

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In This Issue


Our Life’s Journey

Here is the heartrending and inspiring story of a mother whose life’s journey with her family, of losing a son, finding a cure for a daughter’s illness, and her very own medical challenges finds…

“If Parents Live The Faith, Children Will Follow”

Eduardo and Susan Loya have been married for 33 years in a conjugal love that God has blessed with three children, all of them now professionals. World Mission spoke to this committed couple who…

Friendship in Marriage

Experiencing romantic love is important in marriage, but the idea that romantic love is necessary for a couple’s success simply is not true. In fact, marital research is quite clear that the…

Active Nonviolence

Christian literature from the first three centuries affirms that the earliest followers of Jesus Christ completely rejected all forms of violence and bloodshed – no abortion, no euthanasia, no capital…

The Truth Warrior

Despite relentless online bashing and death threats, Pinoy Ako Blog author Jover Laurio remains committed to fighting fake news.

‘Nattal’ in Sri Lanka

Inspite of being a predominantly Buddhist country, the people of Sri Lanka celebrate Christmas (Nattal) in their own unique way, using native products. For Sri Lankans, Christmas is a time for…

God Is Always With Us

Tragedies like the collapse of the bridge in the city of Genoa, in Italy, trigger doubts and questions in peoples’ minds: “why did God not prevent this disaster?” The only certainty stems from faith…

The Power of Two

He was a lawyer and a civil servant, she a housewife, a writer and a mystic. They are the first couple to be declared blessed, a shining example of the holiness “next door” of which Pope Francis…

Tourists or Pilgrims? The Youth Dilemma

Living in a “liquid society” where definite beliefs and permanent choices are seen as unattractive, young people enjoy seeing themselves as pilgrims. Life, then, is a pilgrimage made up of an…

Heart Mangers

What is the best Christmas gift? As this season of giving and receiving begins, what is indeed the best gift not only to ourselves, our families, but to Him? Aside from availing of the Sacrament of…

Hope for Christian Minorities

In a time of increased attacks on the freedom of religion, Asia Bibi's acquittal is a historic and hopeful verdict for Christian minorities.


World Touch


VATICAN: Pope Open To Visiting North Korea

The Vatican Secretary of State, Cardinal Parolin (in photo), says a visit to North Korea would require serious preparation and consideration. But it could also “give support to the process of peace…

AFRICA: Youth Migrate Due To Poor Governance

Cardinal Souraphiel Berhaneyesus of Ethiopia has lamented that many young people in Africa are migrating within and outside Africa due to bad governance in their countries

PHILIPPINES: Ready For “The Year Of Youth”

2019 will be the “Year of Youth” that will be solemnly opened on December 2, 2018 in Manila. “The celebration of the Year of Youth will be an occasion for experience, sharing, prayer, proclamation of…

PHILIPPINES: Bible Most Read Book

A readership survey by the government’s National Book Development Board revealed that 72 percent of those surveyed said the Bible was their most read book in the past year.


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