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[People] THE RESCUE. By Fr. Shay Cullen

THE RESCUE Fr. Shay Cullen 8 July 2014 The dilapidated house and few small cottages falling apart made up what was called S.C.O.T.S. Foundation for abandoned children. It was set up by Lilian May Thomson, 65, from Dunfermline, Scotland. According to her US passport she is named as Lilian May Zimmer. Her house is in…

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[People] The most important of all. By Fr. Shay Cullen

The most important of all By Fr. Shay Cullen There is one day of the year set aside to remind us of the horrible painful truth that there are millions of children around the world working in the fields, factories, brick kilns, construction sites and sex clubs. The clothes we wear, if made in a…

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[People] Shouting into the silence. By Fr. Shay Cullen

Shouting into the silence by Fr. Shay Cullen One of most important things for a happy meaningful life is to have a goal, a positive purpose that does good for others and for ourselves. It can be helping in the community, volunteering in a Fair Trade shop, supporting in a shelter for the homeless, or…

B'laan women of Brgy. 'Tmurok, Malungon, South Cotabato. Photo from LILAK

[People] Safe, Accessible and Culturally-Appropriate Reproductive Health Care for Indigenous Women. By Judy A. Pasimio / LILAK

Safe, Accessible and Culturally-Appropriate Reproductive Health Care for Indigenous Women By Judy A. Pasimio / LILAK (For May 28 – the International Day of Action for Women’s Health) As we celebrate the International Day of Action on Women’s Health, LILAK (Purple Action for Indigenous Women’s Rights) would like to profile the urgent issues that indigenous…