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World

Ethical Banks Warn Against Investing in Arms

A three-day Global Alliance for Banking on Values summit, with the participation of about 70 ethical banks from across the world, wrapped up in northern Italy with a call to embrace the principles of Ethical Finance for the good of humanity and the planet.

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Sri Lanka

The Martyrs of the Easter Attacks

The Archdiocese of Colombo has the ardent desire to begin the process of canonization of 171 Catholic faithful killed in the terrorist attack on Easter Sunday 2019, in order to honor their “martyrs of the faith.”

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Haiti

Terrifying Situation

“The intervention of the international community is urgent, otherwise a point of no return will be reached and the dead will be counted in the thousands,” said Father Massimo Miraglio, Camillian Missionary.

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Philippines

Catechist on the road to Canonization

The Roman Catholic Diocese of Pasig has started the cause for beatification and canonization of Laureana “Ka Luring” Franco (in photo), a Filipina catechist with two supposed miracles already under her name.

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Bible Quiz

Animals from the Books of Genesis

Note: Answer after having consulted the biblical quote

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Follow Me

From Desire to Realization

Hailing from Sorsogon, Bicol, Fr. Margarito recounts how the exposure to Church life since early age and later on to challenging situations of mission and exclusion confirmed his desire to be a Comboni missionary for life.

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Follow Me

The “Yes” of Abraham

Abraham’s “Yes,” trusting in God’s word to him, should be a source of inspiration for all of Jesus’ missionary disciples.

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A Taste of Tradition

An Amazing Counter-Cultural Document

The Christians in the World is an anonymous letter to a well-wisher by the name of Diognetus, describing the way of life of the followers of Christ. The details have a surprising contemporary application.

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Filipino Focus

Understanding Mano Po in Filipino Society

Mano po is a gesture of respect for an older person, regardless of gender, status in life, local or foreign, that is uniquely Filipino. The goal of this article is to help us understand that this gesture is strictly Filipino.

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Insight

Accelerate Protection of Abused Children

There is an urgent need for legislation establishing the children’s court system and more government-funded therapeutic homes for healing and empowering child abuse victims.

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