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Tuesday II Advent : Why are sheep lost in the first place?
Dec. 6, 2016

Tuesday II Advent : Why are sheep lost in the first place?

Among the many images describing the relationship between Christ and his Church, one can mention the vine and its branches, the cornestone of the building that is the Church, the Head of the body and the Shepherd of a flock. The themes of the lost sheep and of

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Year of Mercy: when shall we apologize to women?
Sept. 19, 2016

Year of Mercy: when shall we apologize to women?

Pope Francis is known to be a man that wants to break with some of the most nonsensical elements of the Catholic Church’s past. The term “nonsensical” is not at all harsh if one takes into consideration what that past is. Indeed, during this Year of Mercy, man

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The inequitableness of denying white terrorists their name
July 20, 2016

The inequitableness of denying white terrorists their name

How does it feel to know that one’s identity is always identified with a negative action in the history or in the present (although some people are increasingly becoming able to make gymnastics of predicting future harmful actions and linking them to an entire

African bishops and the Family
Oct. 30, 2015

African bishops and the Family

This article is trying to articulate the issue raised mostly by mass media people: the strong opposition of African bishops towards new ways of treating divorced and remarried couples, Catholic living in same-sex relationships, etc. They have the support of so

The Taliban VS Malala: an Islamic phenomenon?
Feb. 2, 2015

The Taliban VS Malala: an Islamic phenomenon?

In this article I will try to give some interesting references to ponder on. They suggest that not only Muslim women can be educated but that they were among the forerunners of education in Islam.

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Do we all have to be "Charlie"?
Jan. 21, 2015

Do we all have to be "Charlie"?

On the 7th of January 2015, a horrible thing happened in Paris. A group of Islamist jihadists attacked the offices of the renowned weekly French satirical newspaper Charlie Hebdo. Ten among the employees of the newspaper plus two policeman were shot by the ter

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Apologizing for things done in the name of Islam.
Oct. 20, 2014

Apologizing for things done in the name of Islam.

After Daesh, which calls itself the Islamic State, started killing innocent people in Iraq and in Syria, an outrageously huge number of columnists, TV presenters and other self-proclaimed experts on Islamic matters, including the well-known Bill Maher, Megyn K