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Comfort Women – Healing an Old Wound

September 25, 2014 · 

The Vatican announced in March that South Korea will be the first Asian nation to be visited by Pope Francis. His visit will take place from Aug. 14 to 18, which includes a date of critical significance not only for Korean and world history but also for Catholicism.

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Burying Ukraine's fallen angels

September 9, 2014 · 

But it was one of those occasions in the reporting of war where the witness feels personally shamed by the cruelty of conflict, as if all humanity was diminished by the injustice inflicted on one family.

At the graveside there was at first only the sound of wind blowing across the fields of harvest stubble, the quiet shuffle of neighbours feet as they gathered to bury the two children.

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Caution needed with Gaza casualty figures

August 8, 2014 · 

Of those Palestinians, the status of 279 could not be identified, at least 1,354 were civilians, including 415 children and 214 women, the UN body reported.

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No place to hide for children of war in Gaza and Syria

July 28, 2014 · 

Tanks instead of toys: There are no playgrounds left for Syrian children

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POPE FRANCIS WORKING FOR PEACE IN SYRIA

September 18, 2013 · 

By Fr. Shay Cullen  When Pope Francis called for a peaceful and prayerful response and a negotiated conclusion for the Syrian savage civil and sectarian religious war, he was speaking with deep concern, wisdom, and spiritual insight. Working for a non-violent solution is the greatest good. It seems his words have been heeded. Prayer works. A missile […]

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SYRIA – CHOOSING THE LESSER EVIL

September 6, 2013 · 

by Fr. Shay Cullen The attention of the international news media is focused on what the United States will do to prevent the Assad regime from using abhorrent chemical weapons again. The US Senate has given the go signal to President Obama. The alleged war crime and crimes against humanity that Assad and his followers […]

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