Month

November 2018

All posts published in November 2018

22 posts

Paddy Kearney — a good and faithful servant

by (~7 min read)

Douglas Irvine remembers his friend, the much respected and loved social justice activist, champion of the poor and faithful Christian, Paddy Kearney, who died unexpectedly last Friday, 23 November 2018 in his home city of Durban.  Paddy Kearney died quite une... More »

Jesus was a feminist

by (~3 min read)

The campaign for the “16 Days of Activism for no violence against women and children,” run annually at this time by the South African government, was launched on 25 November 2018 in Kwazulu-Natal. Francis Tuson looks at Jesus’ attitudes towards women in the Sc... More »

The grace in disillusionment

by (~5 min read)

Disillusionment is a prevailing sentiment these days, be it in some ordained men or the politicians of our world. Chris Chatteris SJ, argues that it’s also an opportune moment because the gloom and disappointment it brings also “throws us back on God”. If disi... More »

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