Monthly Archives: June 2018
“Misiones Salesianas” – the Salesian Mission Office in Madrid – in collaboration with the “International Mary Help of Christians Institute” (IIMA), “VIDES International” and “Jugendhilfe Weltweit”, organized at the United Nations in New York a side event of the 38th session of the Human Rights Council taking place in Geneva. The goal was to give visibility to the most vulnerable minors who are forced to work as prostitutes to survive, a harsh reality presented in the documentary “Love”.
Jesuit Refugee Service/USA urges the U.S. Government to take necessary action to ensure that asylum seekers arriving in the U.S. are not criminally punished for trying to seek protection and that the rights and dignity of children and families entering the U.S. are respected.
JRS/USA believes any U.S. policies calling for the indefinite detention of families seeking asylum are contrary to our Catholic values and violate the rights of asylum seekers and the dignity of children and their families. They also put at risk the long term mental health and well-being of children and their parents. Continue reading
The film looks at the social impact of drug trafficking in Myanmar and the daily struggle of those who oppose it. Some of the stories told are “unimaginable”. The clergyman wants “filmmaking to serve the Church and its mission. For this reason, human values and above all Christian values are the protagonists of my films.”
SYNOD OF BISHOPS XV ORDINARY GENERAL ASSEMBLY “YOUNG PEOPLE, THE FAITH AND VOCATIONAL DISCERNMENT” PRE-SYNODAL MEETING FINAL DOCUMENT Rome, 19-24 march 2018 Introduction The young person of today is met with a host of external and internal challenges and opportunities, Continue reading
Our Provident God called Emilie Gamelin to be the foundress of the Sisters of Providence. This year, we joyfully and gratefully celebrate the 175th anniversary of their congregation. Continue reading
Thank you for sharing with us this news – it makes us feel a family walking together . Let us pray the Spirit to make us more and more “a prophetic voice in our world” Continue reading
For the past month, Muslims have been observing Ramadan: fasting from dawn till dusk, doing extra prayers, extending charity to those in need, and being more mindful of God. Ramadan has also become a wonderful interfaith season. Muslims have invited others to break the fast with them at the evening iftar meal. Continue reading
Dear members of the USG,
As retiring President of our Union I have the joy of informing you that the search for a replacement for Fr David Kinnear Glenday MCCJ as secretary general has been successful. For some time now Fr David, Continue reading