Weekend Reflection The Eyes of Street Kids It was hot, even by Sudanese standards. My house in Khartoum was a little dirty because of the ‘haboob’ (sandstorm) of the previous…
How refugees and migrants are used in a political powergame.
An interview with Paul Boyle, a former member of the Mill Hill Missionaries, who is now a trauma healing expert.
Watakau Watakau is famed as the largest village in Uganda. There are about eleven thousand people living in the village. The village is one big cluster of small huts standing next to each other. Due to the large population clustered together, the village has serious problems of hygiene and sanitation. The young people in the village are prone to idleness and drunkenness and the level of poverty in that village is very high. The level of vulnerability in the village is always high. It is in this village that Fr. Declan O’Toole Social Centre has been opened.
Kashmir and the Mill Hill Missionaries
This is the moving account of Ji-Hyun, a North Korean woman's journey to flee North Korea, in the face of seemingly insurmountable odds. Amnesty International urges viewers to share her story, to help end "the conspiracy of silence" that victimizes North Koreans who try to flee the country's regime.
At the request of the Superior General of the Society of Jesus, Adolfo Nicolás, a group of Jesuits involved in the Middle East wrote a brief analysis of the current situation highlighting the plight of Christians and suggesting ways of overcoming the current crisis.