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Churches August 2012

Ecuador – New paths

  In 1955, the Comboni Missionaries arrived in Ecuador. Until then, they had worked mainly in Africa, and they were called in Latin America especially to work among the Afro-American. Father Raffaello Savoia and Bishop Enrico Bartolucci – who previously worked in Burundi – immediately started to live among black communities in Esmeralda. They realized…

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Central African Republic – Re-establishing peace

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  Four new Central African bishops were consecrated in Bangui in July; an important event for any local Church, even more for the Central African Republic (CAR) for the new bishops make up half of the episcopate. In the past few fears the Church in this nation has been going through heavy turbulence. With these…

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New Evangelization – Collegial process

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  The synods of bishops call for a long process to assure the participation and contribution of all local Churches to the teaching service of the Church. When the Vatican II instituted the Synod of Bishops, the aim was to find and foster a concrete path to assert the collegiality of the magisterium: of the…

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Israel – Trafficking in the Sinai

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  Azezet Habtezghi, known to all as Aziza, is a Comboni missionary sister from Eritrea. She is a nurse and has extensive knowledge of languages from the Horn of Africa. Because of that, the NGO Physicians for Human Rights-Israel (PHR-I) assigned her the responsibility of a ground-breaking research project on the human trafficking in the…

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Advocacy

Advocating For Intelligent And Sustainable Earnings.

There is no consistent and successful advocacy but the one founded in strong credibility. Credibility is the quality or power of inspiring belief; it can…

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Baobab

The Ambitious Ants.

Ants are the busiest creatures in the world. Every ant has a full time job, with no holidays and no half-days off Ants like to work,…

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Youth & Mission

Pope Francis: “Our young people are our foremost mission”.

In his fourth apostolic journey to the African continent, visiting Mozambique, Madagascar and Mauritius Pope Francis said to young people: “keep dreaming and moving forward”. In…

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