UAE launches 'International Alliance to Promote Tolerance'

Submitted by munir on Wed, 11/17/2021 - 17:29

With the world edging towards violence which is concomitant with feelings of disappointment caused by the continued spread of the Corona pandemic while triggering various social problems, interfaith meetings are being held on regular bases in the Middle East with the  quest for entrenching perpetual harmony, common living, and peace among the followers of various religions.


Young mother, Mariacristina Cella Mocellin, sacrifices her life to save her baby

Submitted by munir on Tue, 11/16/2021 - 10:47

When love prevails everything seems possible even sacrificing one's life to save others and eliminate death.


Death is a horrible word which reflects physical nonexistence. So many people fear death, even when they mark their birthday anniversaries people wish them " a happy birthday and happy returns of the day". Yet, when love prevails, then death becomes an issue of minimal or rather a trivial concern.


Wealthy oppressors

Submitted by munir on Mon, 11/15/2021 - 12:40

An Amazing Fact: The rich get richer, and the poor get poorer. This is an old truism, but a 2010 study by Norton and Ariely shows that people don’t realize how true it is. Researchers asked more than 5,000 respondents to identify a pie chart that looked like it represented wealth distribution in America.

"Stop wars, stop weapons manufacturers"

Submitted by munir on Mon, 11/08/2021 - 18:52

Marking the Feast of All Souls on November 2, 2021, His Holiness Pope  Francis celebrated  Holy Mass at the French Military Cemetery in Rome during which he told the faithful to look at the graves of the fallen which speak of a message of peace, saying “Stop, brothers and sisters, stop. Stop weapons manufacturers”.


The Pope called for watching one's steps implying that one should be careful in avoiding perpetration of evil deeds, and stressed that life “is a journey, we are all on a journey.”


Christian clergy turn darkness into bright light

Submitted by munir on Mon, 11/01/2021 - 10:39

Over the past centuries clergymen and clergywomen have been well-known for  striving to alleviate suffering  and to open windows of opportunities for depressed people by creating  a bright future and turning bleakness into brightness.


History abounds with events that provide cogent evidence of this fact where Christian clergy played a  key role in resuscitating  decrepit societies and in restoring normalcy with hopes for better days to come.


Cardinal Sandri's visit to Syria opens avenues for a bright future

Submitted by munir on Fri, 10/29/2021 - 10:57

Perfect of the Congregation for the Oriental Churches Cardinal Leonardo Sandri  is paying  a 10-day visit to Syria on October 25-November 3, 2021.


This overdue visit is a sign of closeness, sympathy, and support for the Syrian people who have been suffering from civil war, violence, displacement, unemployment, and rocketing prices of commodities.