Harsh Voices and Divine Mercy

September 3, 2013 Thomas M. Doran 0

Some writers have a talent for composing stories or poems that contrast a yearning for truth and meaning with glimpses of the underbelly of human nature, often grim and raw stories that can give one […]

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The Church and the Syrian Refugees

September 1, 2013 William L. Patenaude 0

In a region that has seen increasing threats to ancient Christian communities, the Catholic Church is helping many of the two million refugees of Syria’s civil war. Besides physical aid, Church workers offer the Syrians […]