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Thousands of children missing in India.

August 17, 2012 ·  , Times of India, Hyderabad

“The combined data collected by state police and the women and child welfare department clearly hints towards rampant trafficking in women and girl children in the state. A total of 47,181 persons have gone missing in the state since 2009 including 16,787 children and 12,882 women. Of the total number of missing children in the […]


Eyewitness: A New Dawn in the Philippines thru PREDA Boys Home

August 14, 2012 ·  By By Sophie Newsome, edited by Jim Luce. Olongapo, Philippines.

The Jeepney’s engine is roaring up the streets that tie up the hills of Olongapo.  I am commuting to the PREDA Boys’ Home – a Social and Human Development Center.  PREDA is a Non-Government Organization (NGO) that has been active in the Philippines for 38 years. The Boys’ Home, also known as Bukang Liwayway (BL) […]


"US Church deeply proud of its women religious" Archbishop Peter Sartain

August 14, 2012 ·  ,

(Vatican Radio) Archbishop Peter Sartain of Seattle has released a statement praising the lasting contribution and continued work of religious women in the United States, for which, he says, they deserve our respect, support, thanks and prayers. The national assembly concluded August 10 in St Louis, Missouri. Over 900 delegates representing 80% of the United […]


Preda Child Rights Protection Volunteer, Paddy Barnes won a bronze medal in the Olympics

August 13, 2012 · 

Belfast boxer Paddy Barnes  wins a bronze yet again  in the Olympics  in London in the  light-flyweight semi-final he also won Bronze also in The Beijing  Olympic games in 2008 which he displays here. He joined  the child rights protection campaign of Preda Foundation ( during the Personality  of the Year Awards  2008  when Fr.Shay […]


Keeping children safe in the Church

August 6, 2012 ·  ,

(Vatican Radio) Helping survivors of sexual abuse. Ensuring that children are safe in the Church. And supporting religious congregations in their safeguarding endeavours. Those are three key concerns outlined in a new report from Britain’s National Catholic Safeguarding Commission which was published in London on Tuesday. While the fourth annual report highlights many positive developments […]


Atlanta's faith community unites to tackle sexual exploitation of kids

August 3, 2012 ·  , Dennis Sadowski Catholic News Service ,

NORCROSS, Ga. (CNS) — Crystal Ward works hard helping people to think in new ways about the commercial sex industry and its victims. Young girls being forced to sell themselves for sex are not prostitutes, she told a group of 30 church leaders from throughout metropolitan Atlanta; the girls are victims of sexual exploitation in […]


Woman mentors girls to save them from becoming victims of trafficking.

August 3, 2012 ·  ,

ATLANTA (CNS) — The girls Keisha Head mentors today remind her of herself 15 or 20 years ago. They are from the margins: runaways from tough family circumstances, truant from school or on probation from the Fulton County Juvenile Court for one offense or another. And all are potential targets of predators looking to commercially […]


Violence and child abuse, red alert in Sri Lanka

August 3, 2012 ·  , Melani Manel Perera, Colombo (AsiaNews via CNUA),-red-alert-in-Sri-Lanka-25366.html

Colombo (AsiaNews) – It is red alert in Sri Lanka as incidents of violence, rapes and child abuse continues to grow: from January 2012, 975 cases were registered by the police and 20 thousand complaints received by the National Child Protection Authority (NCPA). One of the last episodes that made headlines, concerns a 13 year […]



August 2, 2012 · 

Dear Minister, As we were in the Republic of Philippines last august for a visit, we were all very impressed by your engagement and determination to introduce and enforce the  change  of the system of justice, and the correctional system. It is a special concern to you, as it is to us, to obey children […]


Ten Building Blocks of Catholic Social Teaching

August 1, 2012 ·  By William J. Byron, S.J, FEBRUARY 16, 2009, America The National Catholic Weekly Magazine,

Principles, once internalized, lead to something. They prompt activity, impel motion, direct choices. A principled person always has a place to stand, knows where he or she is coming from and likely to end up. Principles always lead the person who possesses them some­where, for some purpose, to do something, or choose not to. In […]

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