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Presents, discusses and draws readers to reflect on issues of outmost relevance to the world today.

God’s Happiness

Most Churches have stressed God’s continuous anger at our sins. Some Christian thinkers did not gladly support the idea of joy in one’s life. However, the Bible gives much importance to joy in…

The Path of Love

It is on the path of love–which is a broad way, never obvious or trivial–that happiness can be found. In love, we meet all those who choose, even if they belong to different faiths and cultures, to…

The Joy of Radical Commitment

It was not by accident that Jesus began His mission teaching: “Happy are the poor”, those who mourn, are merciful, work for peace, and suffer for a good cause. There is joy, satisfaction, a sense of…

Give Up Anger and Seek Forgiveness

People who can overcome adversity have developed the ability to recognize that what happened to them in the past is not their fault. Then, they take the next step to let go of anger as a pathway to…

Fragile Peace in South Sudan

There have been close to twelve peace agreements but they have failed to bring about significant long-term peace in the country. The future of peace and stability in South Sudan will very much depend…

Reconciliation as Relationship-Building

Reconciliation is mostly a relationship-building process grounded on a restorative approach to justice which includes forgiveness and commitment to living together in peace.

Pope Questions ‘Just War’ Doctrine

Pope Francis’ new encyclical spends only six paragraphs on the Church’s doctrine on ‘just war,’ but Fratelli Tutti might have upended the entire teaching on the subject.

Relationship Leads to Peace

Three themes in Fratelli Tutti–fraternitas, building bridges, and peacemaking–indicate the influence of St. Francis of Assisi in the latest encyclical of Pope Francis.

Vision to Heal a Broken World

Pope Francis sets out a vision for a new kind of politics in an encyclical that tackles a rising tide of “myopic” nationalism and moves the Church a step closer to a complete rejection of war.

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