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Topic: Children’s rights

The Preda Philosophy and Methods of Empowering Youth

March 5, 2015 · 

The Preda philosophy and methods of empowering youth and developing the positive potential and value of youth is based on the recognition of the goodness in every human person. Children are born innocent and it is only as they grow up that they are corrupted by the adult world and imitate and learn from those […]


The Love That Replaces Violence and Abuse

February 15, 2015 · 

Fr. Shay Cullen February 14, 2015 Working for peace in the world is a thankless task. Peace is elusive, as violence seems to grow despite all the great work of so many peacemakers. The terrible violence with unbridled savagery that we see today on our television screens shows humans descending to the lowest depths of horror. […]


Pope Denounces “Scandalous Inequalities” in the Philippines

January 25, 2015 · 

Pope denounces  “Scandalous inequalities”in The Philippines Fr.Shay Cullen With the wind blowing around the pope and rain falling as a tropical typhoon again approached Tacloban Pope Francis is speaking  without a written speech in a homily from the heart and reminding all of us that Jesus of Nazareth has endured all the human trials and […]


Pope Francis must speak on children’s rights

January 25, 2015 · 

Pope Francis must speak on children’s rights.Fr.Shay Cullen Pope Francis in his New years message  gone beyond  pious platitudes and spoken out on the root causes of  human trafficking and slavery and call on all people of good will to be part of the solution. There has to be many more people acting against this […]


Saving and healing the jailed children of poverty

October 31, 2014 · 


October 31, 2014 by Father Shay Cullen Ricardo, 13, was squatting at the corner of an overcrowded cell, his head was resting on his knees and his hands covered his head. He was hiding his child-like face. It was a defensive posture for self-protection. He was a youth prisoner without being charged and with no […]


How “Push Parenting” Becomes Child Abuse

October 15, 2014 · 

Worldwide, pressure on children to succeed has negative effects. Published on October 13, 2014 by Susan Newman, Ph.D. in Singletons Bravo’s latest reality show, “Extreme Guide to Parenting,” is making waves by featuring one Long Island mother of one who prides herself on being a “push parent.”   Marisa Silver-Eisenberg, mother to 5-year-old singleton Austen — who plays five sports, is routinely […]


The most important in the Kingdom

September 19, 2014 · 

September 6, 2014 10:44 pm   Recently I was talking to a group of forty young boys who had been taken out of filthy jails and sub-human conditions in the so-called youth detention centers of Metro Manila. I told them, “You are the children of God and the most important in God’s family. That’s why […]


Border children need immediate cooperation: Column

August 5, 2014 · 

What I saw on a recent visit to a detention centeralong our border was children, many just five or six years old, essentially imprisoned. Vulnerable children separated from parents, susceptible to bullying and sickness, and held like criminals. They were exhausted, lonely, and dazed. I have been in many refugee camps throughout my career in global development, and this center rivals each of them. But this one is right here in the United States.


Over 500 children found at vermin-infested shelter in Mexico

July 31, 2014 · 

The raid was ordered after more than 50 complaints were filed against Verduzco for holding people against their will.


Study Tracks Millions of Child Brides

July 24, 2014 · 

By RICK GLADSTONEJULY 21, 2014 More than 700 million women alive today were married as children, and about 250 million of them — more than one in three — were wed before they reached 15, Unicef said in a study released Monday, on the eve of an international meeting in London, the Girl Summit, sponsored by Unicef and the […]

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