The Holy See accepts to undergo a cleanup operation of its finances and align itself with international norms to promote transparency.
Heroes Against COVID-19
In This Issue
Every day amidst the pandemic, health workers all over the world put their lives on the line to serve patients. This is the story of one of these masked heroes.
Since the COVID pandemic started in 2020, the public has become more aware of the heroism of the medical personnel. This is an interview in which two nurses and the head of a medical department in a public hospital expressed their points of view as frontliners.
Priests have accompanied the sick and dying throughout the pandemic; they have been there for families and hospital personnel also.
The commitment to social justice, equality, humanity and progress for all as a plan of action to end racism and hatred against minorities should avoid any form of violence.
As The Philippines will hold elections next year, citizens have the responsibility to discern who they have to choose to lead the country.
A young nation, Timor-Leste is attempting to eradicate corruption as the most pressing problem the country is facing. The Church must use its institutional power to weave a narrative that corruption “is worse than sin.”
As deforestation sadly continues everywhere in the world, its consequences such as drought, soil erosion, and global warming to name a few, are heavily felt. Thus, it is important for all nations to protect and restore their forests for a better future of the planet.
The Philippines had to contend with Martial Law for years until a popular uprising spearheaded by the Catholics forced the dictator Ferdinand Marcos to flee the country. The Church was instrumental in the return to democracy.
The Lord’s Prayer invites us to acknowledge the holiness of God. It urges us also as God’s children, to pray and to manifest His holiness in the world through our lives.
The love of the Filipino people for the Blessed Virgin Mary is well-known and gives origin to devotional practices like “Simbang Gabi” and “Flores de Mayo”. But the most evident feature is the existence of the Marian shrines and their role in the history and the life of the nation.
The vocation, a project of happiness that comes from God and is offered to us, whenever it is discerned, bears fruit and leads to the common good of humanity and nature.
Fr. Cervetto got used to living alone in Darfur (which later became a war zone in Sudan), so he would eat little and adapt himself to the food served when eating with others.
Strategies for Evangelization
October 2023 Issue
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