On the Lost Art of “Paring ‘em up” and its Effects on Marriage Today.

One of the more common concerns that young adults express to me is the difficulty in meeting and dating. Once adulthood is reached, of course, the purpose of dating is to look for a spouse. Hence their problem is a problem for all of us since marriage and family are so central to the life of the Church and is the foundation of our culture and nation

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Church Leaders Urge Government to Protect Christians in India

With major Hindu nationalist networks announcing plans to launch a campaign against religious conversions—especially in the tribal areas of India—Catholic Church leaders say such a campaign has been going on for a long time and that the move is aimed at dividing people along religious lines for political gains. The supposed charge: Christians are stealthily converting tribals through manipulation. There has been a sudden spike in anti-Christian violence in tribal areas, and Christian leaders have urged the government to crack down on these crimes.

There has been a sudden spike in anti-Christian violence in tribal areas

“This is not a stand-alone campaign, nor a sudden one, and certainly not recent. The RSS (Rashtriya Swayam Sevaksangh – National Volunteer Corps) has had it as its agenda for much of its 96 years of existence,” John Dayal, journalist turned Catholic activist and spokesperson for the All India Catholic Union told to the pontifical foundation Aid to the Church in Need (ACN).

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ACN Sends Emergency Aid After Fresh Jihadist Horror in Mozambique

A LEADING Catholic charity is sending an emergency aid package of €100,000 (£89,375) to Mozambique after extremists linked to Daesh (ISIS) beheaded more than 50 people.

Aid to the Church in Need (ACN) announced the aid today (Tuesday, 10th November), following news of the beheadings, which have been confirmed by police.

The violence is the latest in a string of more than 600 attacks in the Cabo Delgado province, where up to 2,000 people have died and 310,000 have been made homeless.

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