Hands that bring healing Joaquim Franco In our second issue, we featured a project that helped rebuild schoolhouses in storm-ravaged Leyte, Philippines. That article inspired this one, where the author, a visual artista from Macau, talks about how he helped children recover from the trauma of the typhoon — through art.
Why forgiving is the right thing to do CHARLES J. CHAPUT, O.F.M. CAP. Originally entitled “ Three Simple Questions on the Threshold of Lent,” this piece was written for the start of Lent. It still provides timely advice. Here are some excerpts.
Here’s the news you all have been waiting for: JOYFUL FEAST 2014 – TOUCH INTERNATIONAL YOUTH FESTIVAL is now open for registration. This year, we are bringing you all the way from Belgium the renounced youth spirituality master Fr. Emmanuel and his Chinese and Philippines team to join us. Fr. Emmanuel and his team has always been travelling around Asia…
José Miguel Encarnação The task of analysing the reality of the Media in the People’s Republic of China (PRC) faces a problem common to all researchers and observers of Chinese society: the absence of sources.
Delegates from HK get ready to depart for South Korea (Sunday Examiner) — For the first time ever a diocesan delegation to Asian Youth Day from Hong Kong will include young people from English-speaking groups in the city.
From non-believer to apostle of the airwaves (II) Presently, regular contributors to the program and in Hong Kong are Father Jay, and Father Brian Barrons, Maryknoll Fathers and Brothers, and on occasion Father Emil Lim, SVD. In the Philippines, by phone, our contributors are SVD Fathers Lino Nicasio in Manila and Father Randy Flores in Tagatay.
5 Reasons to Get Up Early in the Morning SAM GUZMAN (Catholic Gentleman) – For the past year or so, I’ve been getting out of bed earlier than I ever have. Don’t get me wrong, it can be hard, and I still hit the snooze button more often than I’d like, but I find that waking up really early is…
Leticia Adams (Catholic Stand) – The past six months have been some of the hardest months of my life. I used to think that the months that I was in RCIA were hard, but wrestling with finding the truth doesn’t even compare to trying to live it out.
José Miguel Encarnação, editor of O Clarim delivered a paper entitled “China—Media Communication and Church Archives: Two Forms of Evangelization” during the 9th Professional Seminar for Church Communications Offices at the Pontifical University of the Holy Cross’ School of Church Communications in Rome. The seminar was held from the 28th to the 30th of April, and dwelt on the theme…
Paper wins award in Rome meeting A group of students from the Institute for Tourism Studies (IFT) which did a paper on “The Power of Serving: Convert the Intangible to Tangible” was awarded Best Paper for their presentation in Incontro Romano (“Encounter in Rome”), held during the Holy Week.