Month: June 2011

The Feast of the Body of Christ and Global Justice

Procession in our parish in the Philippines As we approach the Feast of the Body and Blood of Christ on Sunday, June 25, I thought recent words of the Holy Father was worth sharing: “Thus the Eucharist, while uniting us to Christ, also opens us to others, makes us...

El Salvador Immersion

El Salvador Immersion, a set on Flickr. Fr. Adolph Menendez, Xaverian Missionary who worked in Japan and Mexico, accompanied a group of college students to El Salvador for a mission experience. This program is organized through FOCUS, a Catholic Campus Ministry program. (www.focusonline.org) Take a look at the pics!...

Two Xaverian Missionaries Pass Away

Fr. Aldo Rotini Fr. Achille Figini On June 9, 2011 Fr. Achille Figini passed away after many years of service in Mexico. He was ordained to the missionary priesthood in 1955 and from 1966 to 1972 he worked in Spain. From 1973 he spent the rest of his life...

DR CONGO: The first hospital in Kamanyola inaugurated

Downtown Kamanyola The Ruzzi River, near Kamanyola, defines the border between theCongo and Rwanda. ”The Diocese of Uvira, eastern Democratic Republic of the Congo, inaugurated on Monday, in joy, in cheerfulness and thanksgiving to the Lord, its first hospital” Etienne Esube told Fides. “The new structure the first of...

A Day in the Life of the Fes Festival of World Sacred Music

The Fez Festival of Sacred Music 2011 in Morocco is the best opportunity for music lovers to attend this unique event and also explore the mystical city of Fez. The Fez Festival of Sacred Music is held in the month if June every year and it is also the best time...

Fambol Tok: The Power of Forgivenss

Fambul Tok (Krio for “Family Talk”) emerged in Sierra Leone as a face-to-face community-owned program bringing together perpetrators and victims of the violence in Sierra Leone’s eleven-year civil war through ceremonies rooted in the local traditions of war-torn villages. It provides Sierra Leonean citizens with an opportunity to come...
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