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Missionaries Travelling Light

The Comboni Lay Missionary follows Christ going out of his/her comfort zone, travels light and accompanies people and communities. His or her gaze is fixed on the poor of whom St. Daniel Comboni…

Women in Filipino Society and Church

The prominent role of women was ushered in by the rise of the laity in the Church brought about by Vatican II. In the Philippines, lay people took the lead in social transformation, opening up new…

A Force for Good in Society

Pope Francis says that the greatest challenge for Christians is to plant Christian values in the social, political and economic sectors in view of transforming society. The author gives out…

We Can’t Return To ‘Normal’

The fifth anniversary of Laudato Si’ occurs in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic that has infected millions and killed thousands of citizens. This global event is an invitation to a profound…

Have We Listened To The Plea To Care For The Earth?

Five years after the publication of Laudato Si’, one easily finds examples across the world of individual Catholics, parishes and institutions responding to the pope’s own repeated appeal for…

Five Years After Laudato Si’, What Has Changed?

This year the Church is celebrating the fifth anniversary of Pope Francis’ groundbreaking encyclical on Care of Our Common Home, Laudato Si’. In this article, lecturer Peter Knox assesses the…

The Mission of Dialogue

Each and every Christian is readied by God, guided by the Spirit, and led by our model in life, Jesus, to fulfill the mission in multiple ways. My way happens to be a way of dialogue with persons of…

“Working Patiently to Promote Coexistence”

In 2021, the Philippines will be celebrating 500 years of Christianity. In this interview, Fr. Sebastiano D’Ambra, who has been working for reconciliation in Mindanao for the past 40 years, speaks of…

Exploring Ecumenical Dialogue Today

Thanks to Vatican II and subsequent developments, the ecumenical movement has made significant headway. Yet, many challenges still await the common commitment of all Christian churches.

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