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Women — the invisible face of migration

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Having spent some time at the Scalabrinian-run Bienvenu Women’s Shelter in Johannesburg, Fikile-Ntsikelelo Moya reflects on how women are still largely invisible in conversations around migration and xenophobia. He shines a light on some of the challenges and ... More »

When 67 minutes just isn’t enough

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South Africans celebrated Mandela Day on 18 July, giving back 67 minutes in service of others. Fikile-Ntsikelelo Moya assesses the vast sums raised for political and cultural activities. He suggests they be repurposed to serve society’s most vulnerable. More »

Kick the habit in our churches

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The Church in South Africa can learn from the experiences of sister Churches around the world. One such learning is in the outreach she is prepared to offer from within her own walls to help her addicted faithful kick the habit asserts Fikile-Ntsikelelo Moya. More »

Catholic Pride

by (~7 min read)

Recalling the flames that recently devoured a section of Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris, Shrikant Peters reflects on the universality of the Catholic faith that transcends all national boundaries and cultures, and reveals itself in ordinary, everyday situations... More »

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