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February, 2012

Resistance to destructive mining operations in the Philippines

February 12, 2012 ·  By IBON Foundation

A massive campaign against destructive foreign and corporate mining is underway. Hundreds of thousands of families who have suffered the deleterious effects of mining are now up in arms against these plunderous corporations.


Testimony of Columban Father Sean Martin on Environmental Secrets Revealed

February 10, 2012 ·  By Sean Martin

Father Sean is standing with the people to oppose destructive mining and to protect the environment.Here is his personal testimony in regard to the legal action and the environment situation in parts of Mindanao.


Valentines Day, Yet Again

February 10, 2012 · 

It is Valentine’s day yet again and it is time to think about the meaning of life and love. The media and most of society will be absorbed with the romantic emotions of human attraction and their connotations and sexual innuendoes. They are not in themselves the essence of a loving relationship. They are the […]


Catholic archbishop urges new anti-abuse rules in Asia

February 9, 2012 ·  , Agence France-Presse

VATICAN CITY – The Catholic Church in Asia has a “pressing need” for rules against child abuse by priests as the issue has been hidden by “a culture of shame,” the archbishop of Manila said on Thursday. “There is a pressing need to formulate national pastoral guidelines for handling such cases,” Archbishop Luis Antonio Tagle […]


Alleged child sex abuse victim speaks out at Vatican

February 7, 2012 ·  By CNN Wire Staff

An Irish woman who detailed her own harrowing experience of child sexual abuse at the hands of a priest spoke out during a Vatican symposium on Tuesday, telling church officials that an apology was not enough. “Those fingers that would abuse my body the night before were the next morning holding and offering me the […]


Vatican prosecutor warns on Asia child abuse problem

February 6, 2012 ·  By Dario Thuburn, Agence France Presse

VATICAN CITY – The Vatican’s top anti-abuse prosecutor has warned that the Catholic Church in Asia is falling behind in the fight against pedophilia due to cultural differences over what constitutes child abuse. “The problem is very accentuated in Asia,” Archbishop Charles Scicluna told reporters


Subic Coal Plant Getting Permits by Stealth?

February 3, 2012 ·  By Fr. Shay Cullen

Wherever there is a coal-fired power plant, people get sick and die and the environment is damaged beyond repair. Coal is the dirtiest and most toxic form of power generation.

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