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January, 2012

Protests vs Subic coal plant continue

January 31, 2012 ·  By Robert Gonzaga, Inquirer Northern Luzon

OLONGAPO CITY – An environment coalition in Subic staged various protest activities on Sunday to generate higher awareness against the planned coal plant project by a consortium of energy firms.


The Philippines Project: The Preda Foundation

January 31, 2012 ·  By Katrina Yu,

The January 2012 interview of Father Shay Cullen by Katrina Yu, australian journalist and writer.


The Great Poverty Divide

January 26, 2012 ·  By Fr Shay Cullen

Manuel a semi-illiterate teenager just rescued from the filthy jails of Metro Manila was longing to see his parents and family. He told us that they had no home and lived on the street. They had a food stall near Baclaran Church and lived there under a plastic sheet. They eked out a living selling […]


Leading priest predicts the end of celibacy in the Catholic Church

January 24, 2012 ·  By PATRICK COUNIHAN, IrishCentral Staff Writer

A leading missionary priest has claimed that celibacy will soon be a thing of the past – and described it as a ‘business arrangement’ for the Catholic Church.


International Drug Policy Groups Evaluate The Global Impact of Drug Legalization

January 23, 2012 ·  By DFAF

Urging Nations to Uphold and Enhance Current Efforts to Prevent the Use, Cultivation, Production, Traffic, and Sale of Illegal Drugs (St. Petersburg, FL)  Significant groups from across the globe came together to evaluate the potential impact of drug legalization.  This alliance of drug policy experts found that drugs are an enormous social problem and that […]


International Statement of Support to United Nations Conventions on Narcotics

January 23, 2012 ·  By Gráinne Kenny

International groups who describe themselves as world experts are working hard to promote full legalisation of drugs. They propose different approaches through Medical Marijuana (NORML US), Cannabis legalisation/decriminalisation, injecting rooms and harm reduction with no independent evaluation of results.


Irish couples return home from Mexico after child adoption nightmare

January 22, 2012 ·  By PATRICK COUNIHAN,

The Irish couples innocently caught up in an adoption scandal in Mexico have returned home – heartbroken, shaken and childless. The Sunday Independent reports that the 11 couples are now back in Ireland after police smashed the child trafficking operation in Guadalajara. Legal representatives of the prospective parents have assured the Independent that their clients […]


"The Meaning of Life" – RTE Television with Fr. Shay Cullen

January 20, 2012 · 

Fr. Shay says he might be branded a Heretic after his interview on Sunday 22 January. 10:30 PM

You can view live or later on the Internet a 30 Minute interview on RTE Television with Fr. Shay Cullen,


Irish couples questioned in Mexico inquiry

January 19, 2012 · 

Eleven Irish couples have been questioned by police investigating alleged child trafficking in the Mexican city of Guadalajara. They have been asked by the authorities to remain in the country to help police with their inquiries. An Irish embassy official has been in Guadalajara to provide consular assistance. The Irish couples were involved in securing […]


The Great Pain of Justice Denied

January 18, 2012 ·  By Fr. Shay Cullen

Perhaps there is no greater emotional pain a person can suffer than being severely wronged, hurt, and then denied justice. The pain is all the greater when the evidence is strong and clear and after years of struggle and perseverance, the guilty are declared innocent. The pain of defeat and denial of justice is intensified […]

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