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International Development - Do it Justice

Truth to Power, Fr Andrew Britz

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Bush Dweller James Gray OSB

Vol. 92 No. 43 April 29, 2015

earthquake in Nepal

A family takes shelter April 28 following an earthquake in Kathmandu, Nepal. Inclement weather and logistical pressures have slowed down relief for victims of the April 25 earthquake. (CNS photo/Anto Akkara)

This Week

Challenging choices

Two recent books and a bracing documentary reveal challenging choices regarding the future of planet Earth, writes Gerald Schmitz in part two of his Earth Day series.

Saguenay decision

Pope Francis challenges Catholics to engage with the world, not through public displays of piety such as became an issue in Saguenay, but through personal conversion and acts of social justice, writes Louise McEwan.

Bishop’s resignation

When Pope Francis accepted the resignation of Missouri Bishop Robert Finn, who was convicted three years ago for failing to report a priest suspected of child abuse, he also sent a powerful message to the Catholic Church, writes David Gibson.


In Exile

By Ron Rolheiser, OMI

Who am I to judge?

Liturgy and Life

By Leah Perrault

Sixth Sunday of Easter, May 10, 2015

Both Lungs

By Brent Kostyniuk

Blessed Vasyl Velychkovsky, CSsR


Arts and Culture

Robert Fulghum