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May, 2013


WOMEN DEACONS IN THE PARISH? WHY NOT?

May 7, 2013 · 

OPINION : Thinking the unthinkable (The Tablet via CNUA) Under its new Pope, the Catholic Church begins to feel like an animal that has emerged from winter hibernation, blinking in the sunlight and looking for pastures new. From around the world the signs of this reawakening are becoming visible. For instance, some German bishops are […]

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World Fair Trade Day 2013 Statement

May 6, 2013 · 

Fair Trade will be celebrated on 11 May 2013 in diverse places and cultures across the globe. Various events are organized in more than 70 countries in Africa, Asia, Europe, Latin America, North America and Pacific Rim. Leading the celebration are members of the World Fair Trade Organizations (WFTO) that have pioneered Fair Trade for […]

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North Wales child abuse: more than 140 people say they were victims

May 6, 2013 · 

Police say alleged victims have identified 84 people as responsible for attacks between 1963 and 1992 Josh Halliday The Guardian, Monday 29 April 2013 12.13 BST More than 140 people have told police they were the victims of abuse at 18 children’s homes across north Wales over a span of three decades.The complainants, almost all […]

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Tribes oppose dams for MM folk’s water

May 5, 2013 · 

MANILA, Philippines—Indigenous folk from the provinces of Quezon, Rizal and Bulacan are up in arms over the proposed construction of dams in the Sierra Madre mountain range that it is feared would submerge large swaths of forested and agricultural lands. At a recent summit held in Infanta, Quezon, more than 100 leaders of the Aeta, […]

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Maldives must commute death sentences for two juvenile offenders convicted of murder

May 3, 2013 · 

Source: Amnesty International The Maldives authorities must commute the death sentences and stop the potential execution of two teenagers who yesterday received capital punishment for a murder allegedly committed when they were under 18, Amnesty International said. The two juveniles were convicted by the Juvenile Court in the capital Male’ over a fatal gang stabbing […]

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REVENGE, FORGIVENESS AND MAKING PEACE

May 3, 2013 · 

by Fr. Shay Cullen The terrible crimes we witness against women and children, bombings against the innocent people in Boston, Iraq, Syria and elsewhere cause us to feel not only pity, but compassion with the victims and their families. Many people feel anger that cries out for revenge and vengeance. The perpetrators are acting out […]

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