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First-time congress leads global conversation on digital child abuse

A global congress to be held in Rome will focus on how to protect children in the digital age, bringing together various experts from around the world to develop concrete ways to combat the issue of online child sex abuse.

Rise in immigration makes us missionaries at home, Pope Francis says

The mass arrival of migrants and refugees may have its challenges, but also gives us the opportunity to be missionaries – even without leaving home.

Pope Francis becomes proactive on the liturgy

In recent weeks, Pope Francis has rocked the liturgical world several times, most notably with a motu propio - changing the Church’s canon law with regard to the procedure for approving liturgical translations in the modern languages.

Are political blessings appropriate?

With the factions in the ANC growing ever clearer and campaigning on the rise, Fr Lawrence Ndlovu looks at the Church's role and whether political blessings are appropriate.

Dare to think

In a world where we're constantly sold the fastest, easiest and flashiest options, it's no wonder that we're often distracted from the truth. Anthony Egan SJ challenges us to think critically, or, at the very least, to simply think!

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