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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.

How Abortion Activists Are Exploiting the Pandemic

As societies around the world cope with the spread of Covid-19, pro-abortion activists in various continents, especially North America and Europe, have been trying to use the coronavirus pandemic to…

How to Divorce-Proof your Children’s Marriages

A husband and father to nine children with experience in parenting education and marriage preparation, the author offers tips to parents, young people and engaged couples on how to prepare for…

Threats to Life and Signs of Hope

The Philippines’ distinctly “pro-life” culture is facing challenges from ideologies and governments imposing contraception, abortion, euthanasia and the execution of offenders. And yet, groups of…

Compelled to Leave their Homes

Thousands of families and young women and men from Central America are compelled to leave their homes and risk their lives undertaking dangerous journeys, only to search for a safe place to live. But…

Ups and Downs of Insertion in a Foreign Country

Under a European Union relocation program, Portugal hosted families fleeing persecution and war, the majority of whom were from Syria. Here are the diverse stories of four refugee families seeking…

Jesus, Mary and Joseph Were Refugees

Some commentators have sought to draw parallels between the refugees and migrants’ plight and that of the Holy Family–Jesus, Mary and Joseph. Were Jesus, Mary and Joseph what we would consider today’s…

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