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Newsletter Africa/Europe Justice and Peace Network

During Lent, the Church invites us to reflect on our lives and motivation as Christians. During this time we are invited to open our hearts to the needs of the poor and reflect on why the current economic system is not adequate to get rid of poverty. The economic model is based on assumptions that economic growth and free market will lead to greater justice and inclusiveness; however, in reality inequality increases and the poor remain excluded.

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Gratitude for aid received

Gratitude in the Philippines for aid received

Dr Jessie Villareal who coordinated relief aid to the island of Panay expresses his gratitude to all who provided help:In all of this, the people of Tinigban island, Carles and Concepcion Iloilo wants to say " MADAMO GUID NGA SALAMAT SA INYO TANAN!!!" (THANK YOU VERY MUCH TO ALL OF YOU) and may God bless you all!

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Ben Stopel mhm in Malakal

Diocese of Malakal abandoned

Entire swathes of a region in South Sudan have been abandoned by the local people who - according to their Church leader - have fled for their lives following a brutal attack carried out during a so-called ceasefire.

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  • Pope Francis calls for an end to the violence in South Sudan

    Wednesday, 26th March, 2014

    Pope Francis on Sunday 23rd March appealed for an end to violence in South Sudan, to ensure access to humanitarian aid and for the promotion of peace.

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  • Mill Hill Calling.

    Wednesday, 12th March, 2014

    The March 2014 Issue of the Newsletter from Mill Hill India

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  • Clericalism

    Hans Burgman mhm

    Clericalism can be defined as: the power and privileges of the religious ministers excluding the lay people. From the beginning of his pontificate the new Pope Francis has stated that clericalism is a sickness of the church that has to be attended to. In section 28 of Evangelii Gaudium he indicates how we should deal with flaws inside the church. Renewal, he says, implies ‘ to correct those flaws introduced by her members which her own self-examination, mirroring her exemplar Christ, points out to her and condemns.’ We will try to make this self examination in this paper.

    Read More » Tuesday, 4th February, 2014
  • Failure

    Rebenie Madar

    Failure. A poem by Rebenie Madar, student of theology at Pune, India

    Read More » Wednesday, 15th January, 2014
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