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Frontiers

Very often, mission is carried out in frontier situations around the world. Those who embrace these situations have much to share.

Pope Critical of ‘Meanness’ Toward Migrants

“The signs of meanness we see around us heighten our fear of ‘the other,’ the unknown, the marginalized, the foreigner, and thus many migrants seeking a better life end up as recipients of this…

Up the Mountain

Members of a worldwide church organization find that going on top of a mountain for spiritual refreshment and supplication is quite refreshing and inspiring. After all, Jesus while on earth made his…

Children Victims of a Globalized Economy

Children are the worst affected by the growing inequality in the Philippines. They are the first victims of an economy dominated by a tiny rich elite that owns as much as 70 percent of the national…

Lessons Learned in Mission Land

Even in the midst of a first world country, there are migrant workers with legal visas who work for a pittance of a daily wage just to survive. In their midst are volunteer missionaries who provide…

Mother Earth’s Caretakers

The youth are called to become the caretakers of the earth. The older generations can set the wheels sailing to the path of environment preservation and conservation. What we are able to do now can…

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 prophetic courage of Saints Oscar Romero and Paul VI

Two very different men, facing different sets of dire challenges with prophetic courage, faithfully journeyed along two different paths to the same destination: sainthood!

Francis' Determination to Reform the Church

Former apostolic nuncio to Washington, Carlo Viganò, accused Pope Francis of knowing about the sexual abuses committed by Cardinal McCarrick and not acting on the issue. Shay Cullen contends that…

The Wisdom of Humanae Vitae

Fifty years ago, Pope Paul VI published his encyclical letter Humanae Vitae (“Of Human Life”). In it, Paul VI prophetically predicted that contraception would “open wide the way for marital infidelity…

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