- Jan 22, 2021
Over the years, the remarkable quality of this woman is not the prizes and the awards that she won or the accolades that came her way, but her ability to be one with the poorest of the poor and to be able to open the doors and the coffers of the mightiest and the richest of the world.
After an assault on an upscale restaurant in Dhaka, the Bangladeshi capital, left 20 people dead, most of whom were Italians and Japanese, Pope Francis has condemned such “barbarous acts” as “offenses against God and humanity.”
A 26-year-old Catholic high school teacher was reportedly raped by her Muslim principal and another man, as Christians take to the streets to demand justice.
This week, Holy Week no less, two stories broke that together illustrate a towering irony about the rise of violent Islamic extremism: In a growing number of places these days, nobody has more in common than Christians and atheists. In Kenya, the militant Islamic group Al-Shabaab launched an assault on