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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.

They Need Us, And We Need Them!

Numerous studies confirm that immigrants are less likely to commit violent crimes than U.S.-born citizens. The truth is that immigrants greatly contribute to the economy especially in the agricultural…

Slavery In The 21st Century

The abolition of slavery enacted in many countries did not completely stop this dehumanizing practice. Slavery continues under the new name of Human Trafficking. We should be involved in ending this…

The Verdict is in, but The Jury is Still Out

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.  

God Loves Us

From God’s self-giving in Jesus Christ, we must understand and feel that God really loves us. In return, we should ask ourselves, do we also love Him? If so, how much?

Tribal Children Taken Away From School

A group of tribal children from North Davao district was welcomed by San Carlos University in Cebu to pursue their education. One day, police raided the children while they were holding classes…

Issues to be Set Right on Biden’s Plate

The new President of the United States is served grave international issues on his plate–climate change, nuclear weapons, abortion, arms trade, development aid­–all issues Pope Francis has insisted…

For a “Grammar” of Care

This is the right time to unleash the Catholic Church’s “secret weapon.” A nonviolent weapon with tremendous power to neutralize evil forces, the Catholic Social Teaching is a priceless tool to help…

The Economy of Francis–of Both Saint and Pope

The world, especially the poor, needs a national and global economy that justly and fairly works for everyone.

Gloomy but still Merry Christmas

This year, 2020 is the most challenging time of survival. The virus broke out when we least expected it. However, we still find reasons to be thankful. As we celebrate Christmas, let’s rejoice, for it…

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