Discovering the Cultural Centre and Museum of the Logone valley

Fr. Louis Bira, SX (Sierra Leone, West Africa) Father Antonino Melis, is a Xaverian missionary of Italian descent. Since 1985, he has been on a mission in Africa: Chad and Cameroon. Specialized in medical examinations, he practiced this profession before joining the Xaverian congregation. He later discovered anthropology and linguistics in Africa. He did a […]

Our interfaith dialogue project makes local news

Recently, our interfaith dialogue project, MetroWest Interfaith Dialogue Project made the local news. We wanted to share with you the article and encourage you to join us by signing up for monthly e-newsletter and check our website for some amazing bridgebuilding going on in our community and elsewhere. This dialogue project is a work of […]

Covid-19’s questions to Christians: An African perspective

Fr. Louis Birabaluge, SX /Sierra Leone, West Africa The questions that the Covid-19 virus poses to Christians are to be understood from the origin of this deadly virus, its consequences on humanity and the means available today to defeat it. About its origin, available research shows that the virus is from animal origin, which subsequently […]

Communion of Saints: The Christian Mystical Tradition in Dialogue with Sufism

by Dorothy C Buck The Communion of Saints is deeply embedded in the mystical tradition of Catholic Christian belief and practice. Dating back to the beginning of Christianity 2000 years ago, it speaks to the very heart of the spiritual life of the Church. The striving for sanctity, or holiness in response to the Divine […]

“HUMANA COMMUNITAS” IN THE AGE OF PANDEMIC: UNTIMELY MEDITATIONS ON LIFE’S REBIRTH

On July 22, 2020, the Pontifical Academy for Life (PAL)  released a document on the lessons the human family can learn from the Covid-19 pandemic. After listing the challenges that our humanity is facing today due to the corona virus , the PAL urges everyone to develop an ethics of risk and solidarity to protect […]