The Syrian people hold international leaders responsible for failing to prevent their suffering, and demand that they use all measures available to stop the attacks.
Series: Fake News | Facts
Fake news is plainly propaganda to misinform and shape the minds of target audiences. Fake news is nothing new as this began from the time of Adam and Eve. Now is the time for those tasked to evangelize to study and act on how to deal with fake news.
Journalists, writers, reporters, commentators have been silenced for speaking and exposing the truth. Since 1986, 177 journalists and media workers have been killed in the Philippines, making the country one of the most dangerous countries to practice journalism, according to the Committee to Protect Journalists.
The author of this article could have opted to join the corporate world as her mass communication skills are quite impressive. However, Ilsa chose to become a media missionary as she believes that with so much misinformation and negative news around, the Good News is being drowned.
Journalists play crucial roles in conflict management and building peace. The practice essentially has to do with ethics as a journalist covers conflict issues, areas and people impacting and affecting communities.
Here is the inspiring story of how a retired engineer and his wife in the Philippines, inspired by two people, are doing their share in their own simple way, of following Christ’s challenge of feeding the hungry.
Enough food is globally produced to feed everyone, yet 815 million people go hungry. Can we have enough food to meet the needs of the world’s population? To ensure global food security, agriculture will be obliged to rely on small rural food producers.
Comboni missionaries have been present among the Ashaninka and Nomatsiguengas indigenous peoples in Central Selva, Peru. Fr. Randy Recalde, a Filipino missionary, says that the presence of powerful drug traffickers and terrorists in the area are the main challenges to missionary work.
Mary inspires us and intercedes for us in our journey of life. She invites us to live in the light of God’s given eternal values, even when doing so implies suffering, so as to reach the fullness of life through the resurrection.
Graced by the exceptional charisma of Mahatma Gandhi, the champion of nonviolent resistance, the Indian people were the first to reach their own independence. The “wind of change” soon provoked a worldwide domino effect that marked the end of an era.