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June, 2014


Pope Francis: Who pays the price for the corruption of a prelate?

June 20, 2014 · 

By Deacon Greg Kandra June 16, 2014   Strong words from his homily today: The poor are the ones who end up paying for the damage wrought by the corruption of the powerful, whose avidity leaves the poor without the things of which they have need and to which they have a right. This was the theme of […]

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Japan bans child pornography possession

June 19, 2014 · 

Japan has banned the possession of child sex-abuse images, one of the last developed countries to do so. The new law states that anyone found with such images can be jailed for up to a year, or fined up to $10,000 (£6,000). The ban does not apply to animation or to comic art known as […]

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FALSE FREEDOM AND INSATIABLE GREED

June 18, 2014 · 

By Fr. Shay Cullen – Just before Independence Day last week, a group of newly enrolled children from a shelter excitedly set out on the first day to walk to school at Gala, Sacatihan, Pamatawan, Subic town, Zambales.

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Kestrel Foods has grown in excess of 200 per cent over the last nine years

June 17, 2014 · 

Michael Hall is the managing director of Kestrel Foods. He is a graduate in business and finance from Cheltenham and Gloucester College and NISBI (Northern Ireland Small Business Institute), after which he founded Kestrel Contract Packers.

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Italian diplomat ordered detained in city jail

June 17, 2014 · 

MANILA – A Laguna trial court has set the arraignment of Italian Ambassador to Turkmenistan Daniele Bosio on charges of child abuse and human trafficking.

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German Human Rights Network expresses great concern about impunity, extrajudicial killings, and so-called trumped-up charges

June 17, 2014 · 

“The culture of impunity regarding serious human rights violations such as extrajudicial killings, enforced disappearances, and torture still remains unbroken in the Philippines” said Elmar Noé, chairperson of the German-based Action Network Human Rights – Philippines (ANHRP), at the end of a visit to the country.

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Boys Town founder Fr. Flanagan warned Irish Church about abuse

June 17, 2014 · 

Father Edward Flanagan, founder of “Boys Town” made famous by the Spencer Tracy movie, was a lone voice in condemning Ireland’s industrial schools back in the 1940s – and he was viciously castigated by church and government for doing so.

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THE MOST IMPORTANT OF ALL

June 14, 2014 · 

There is one day of the year set aside to remind us of the horrible painful truth that there are millions of children around the world working in the fields, factories, brick kilns, construction sites and sex clubs. The clothes we wear, if made in a poor developing nation, are likely to have been made with some form of child labor.

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SHOUTING INTO THE SILENCE

June 4, 2014 · 

By Fr. Shay Cullen – One of most important things for a happy meaningful life is to have a goal, a positive purpose that does good for others and for ourselves. It can be helping in the community, volunteering in a Fair Trade shop, supporting in a shelter for the homeless, or raising funds for a worthy cause.

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MGB wraps up probe on environmental impact of 4 Zambales mining firms

June 2, 2014 · 

Latest news : MGB wraps up probe on environmental impact of 4 Zambales mining firms Tags: Zambales A team led by the Mines and Geosciences Bureau is looking into the operations of four nickel miners in Zambales province over complaints from residents who say mining has affected their farms and fishponds. The multi-disciplinary team conducted a […]

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