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Justice and injustice have their own zones

August 1, 2014 · 

The huge mega-brothels conveniently situated near European international airports have hundreds of young girls trapped as prostitutes. Prostitution has been legalised in most European countries and, while this protects European Union women who have freely chosen to be sex workers from harassment and abuse and gives them rights, it gives little or no protection, medical help, or human rights guarantees to undocumented migrants.

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THE CONFLICT IN GAZA

July 31, 2014 · 

by Fr. Shay Cullen 28 July 2014 The death toll is at least 1,360 Palestinians killed, mostly civilians, women and children, and  hundreds more have been injured. 58 Israelis killed, 56 soldiers, 2 of them civilians. 16  Palestinians were killed when an Israeli shell hit a UN school where 3000 refugees were  sheltering. UN Secretary […]

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LIGHTING A CANDLE IN THE DARKNESS

July 23, 2014 · 

By Fr. Shay Cullen The good news is that hundreds, if not thousands of children will be protected from abuse and molestation by some of the 660 British subjects arrested for accessing unlawful images of children on the internet by a coordinated police action throughout the United Kingdom a few weeks ago. Many more suspects […]

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EIGHT MONTHS AFTER TYPHOON HAIYAN

July 18, 2014 · 

by Fr. Shay Cullen In the middle of the rubble and dirt of the aftermath of the most devastating typhoon to hit the Philippines last November 8, 2013, we found children still able to smile, standing as they did with ragged torn T-shirts and dirty faces and legs in the mud. They were covered in […]

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Path to Freedom

July 15, 2014 · 

by: Father Shay Cullen July/August 2014 Far East Magazine (Magazine of the Columban Missionaries) As if the upheaval, death and destruction of Typhoon Haiyan (Yolanda) was not enough suffering for up to a million survivors, we are trying to protect the children and orphans among them from exploiters and traffickers. For example, Reggie, 17, is […]

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Is independence just a ghost?

July 15, 2014 · 

Just before Independence Day was celebrated on June 12, a group of newly enrolled children from a shelter excitedly set out on their first day to walk to school at Gala, Sacatihan, Pamatawan, Subic town, Zambales. The road up the hill would give them an easy walk to freedom through education—the great liberator. But then, […]

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THE RESCUE

July 11, 2014 · 

Fr. Shay Cullen – The dilapidated house and few small cottages falling apart made up what was called S.C.O.T.S. Foundation for abandoned children. It was set up by Lilian May Thomson, 65, from Dunfermline, Scotland. According to her US passport she is named as Lilian May Zimmer. Her house is in a remote place at the end of a small, narrow valley in Subic, Philippines.

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No pain for the poor no gain for the rich

July 8, 2014 · 

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

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FAIR TRADE – A TASTE OF JUSTICE

July 2, 2014 · 

by Fr. Shay Cullen – I love to go to the villages of the Aeta indigenous people of Zambales where I have worked for the past 45 years. These original Filipino people have survived for millennia on the northern island of the tropical archipelago, as long as 30,000 years, some anthropologists say.

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THE HUMAN TRAFFICKING THAT IS SLAVERY

June 26, 2014 · 

by Fr. Shay Cullen – It is a cruel and hideous crime to capture and enslave an innocent human for any reason whatsoever. But to make money and indulge greed and avarice in forcing the poor and vulnerable through force and intimidation, threats and debts, to work for little or no payment, then that is slavery

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