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September, 2016

Welcome the Refugees

September 23, 2016 · 


Welcome the Refugees Fr. Shay Cullen 23 September 2016 The bombs keep falling and the barrels fall from the sky and burst with a massive boom and searing, burning flames consume the men, women and children. The chlorine chemical poison spreads among the ruins of Allepo. The people are dead, others are suffering in agony, […]



September 19, 2016 ·  By


Naomi and her brother, Joseph, are all alone and in need of help. Their father has just been brutally murdered, leaving this 12-year-old girl and her ten-year-old brother as orphans. Their father, Perfecto, was apparently killed for his faith and his work as a church elder. Their mother left to work abroad years ago – […]


The Spread of Child Trafficking

September 16, 2016 · 


The Spread of Child Trafficking Fr. Shay Cullen 15 September 2016 Unpleasant as it is we must not turn the page, look away and ignore this social evil that is destroying the lives of hundreds of thousands of children and families. The spread of child sexual abuse all over the world is the terrible crime […]


Probe finds ‘adverse effect’ of coal to Philippine community

September 13, 2016 ·  By


Despite such findings the government plans to build a further 23 coal-fired power plants Investigations made by Philippine environmental groups have discovered that “dangerous pollution levels” have endangered the lives of people around a coal plant in a town south of Manila. “The coal plant is slowly killing people, especially the children and the elderly,” […]


Bishop urges Filipinos to speak out against drug killings

September 13, 2016 ·  By Joe Torres, Manila Philippines for

Archbishop Socrates Villegas, president of the Catholic Bishops Conference of the Philippines. (Photo by Roy Lagarde)

The next victims of narcotics war could be them, head of bishop’s’ conference warns A leading Catholic bishop has urged the public to speak out against the spate of drug-related killings in the country even as he described the trafficking of narcotics as murder. “Narcotics kill dreams and hopes, drugs ruin lives and families, drugs […]


Violent crimes against women in England and Wales reach record high

September 8, 2016 ·  By Sandra Laville for

The DPP said that historical under-reporting of offences meant that the number of cases being charged was only a proportion of the offending taking place. Photograph: Dominic Lipinski/PA

Director of public prosecutions says use of social media to threaten and control is driving factor behind 10% rise in number of cases to 117,568 in 2015-16 The number of prosecutions relating to violence against women and girls in England and Wales reached a record level last year, the director of public prosecutions said, as […]


Obama calls off meeting with Philippine leader after ‘whore’ jibe

September 8, 2016 ·  By Asia for


US President Barack Obama has cancelled a meeting with controversial Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte, who had earlier called him a “son of a whore”. Mr Duterte was responding to the US president’s promise to raise the issue of drug-related extra-judicial killings in the Philippines at their meeting. The Philippine leader, known for his colourful language, […]


President Obama cancels meeting with Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte

September 7, 2016 ·  By Asia for

President Duterte's diplomacy is anything but diplomatic

President Duterte’s outspoken style and crime-fighting record have made him popular with many Filipinos. Here are some of his most contentious statement: Insulting the US president With China and the Philippines engaged in a dispute over territory, it would be conventional for Mr Duterte to build close ties with the country’s most powerful ally, the […]


Priest wants facts from Duterte not guesses

September 7, 2016 ·  By CATHOLIC NEWS OF THE WEEK


MANILA (Agencies): Monsignor Meliton Oso accused the president, Rodrigo Duterte, of shooting his mouth off when he randomly publicly accuses people of involvement in the drug rackets. The director of Social Action in Jolo told Radyo Veritas on August 11 that he is taking particular exception to the naming of Jeffery Selis, who was included […]


Mother Teresa- Saint

September 5, 2016 · 


Mother Teresa- Saint “We speak of unlimited human potential, the superman and the super mind; but we are so unwilling to admit that the human person is made to God’s image…visible today in the face of this individual, whether he is the President of the nation, a world-famous author, a slum child, a dying destitute, […]

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