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Holy See on Human Rights - "No Religion on the Planet ... Is Free From Discrimination"

Holy See on Human Rights -

NEW YORK - Here is the statement Archbishop Celestino Migliore, permanent observer of the Holy See at the United Nations, delivered Monday, October 27, 2009 before the 64th session of the United Nations General Assembly on the promotion and protection of human rights.

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Feasts of All Saints, All Souls - The Church remembers the faithful departed

Anchorage, Alaska (Catholic Anchor) - On Nov. 1, Catholics celebrate the feast of All Saints — honoring all the saints in Heaven — who are known and yet unknown by the church. According to Canon Law, the feast is a holy day of obligation, like a Sunday, so Catholics must attend Mass and “abstain from those works and affairs which hinder the worship to be rendered to God, the joy proper to the Lord’s day, or the suitable relaxation of mind and body.”

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Holy See on Priorities of United Nations

Holy See on Priorities of United Nations

"Create an Organization Guided by Duty, Morality and Solidarity"

NEW YORK, OCT. 7, 2009 - Here is the statement Archbishop Celestino Migliore, permanent observer of the Holy See at the United Nations, delivered Tuesday, Oct. 6, on the work of the United Nations at the 64th session of the U.N. General Assembly.

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USCCB/MRS NATIONAL MIGRATION WEEK SMALL GRANTS PROGRAM: MIGRANT AND REFUGEE CHILDREN

USCCB/MRS NATIONAL MIGRATION WEEK SMALL GRANTS PROGRAM: MIGRANT AND REFUGEE CHILDREN

September 15, 2009

Dear Brothers and Sisters in Christ,

I hope that you will join with the Church and celebrate National Migration Week, which will be held on January 3 – 9, 2010. This year we are again using the theme “Renewing Hope, Seeking Justice,” as it expresses an important motivation for the Church as she works with immigrants, refugees, trafficked persons and other people on the move. Christians everywhere are called to reach out a helping hand to those who are suffering, alone and on the verge of despair. Likewise, we are obligated to work tirelessly against oppression and injustice everywhere, with the hope of helping to create conditions that will allow everyone to thrive.

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(In Spanish) Bài Viết Về Đức Tổng Giám Mục Phêrô Nguyễn Văn Tốt, Sứ Thần Tòa Thánh Tại Costa Rica - Un vietnamita muy tico

(In Spanish) Bài Viết Về Đức Tổng Giám Mục Phêrô Nguyễn Văn Tốt, Sứ Thần Tòa Thánh Tại Costa Rica - Un vietnamita muy tico

Monseñor Pierre Nguyen Van Tot nació hace 60 años en lo que antes era Vietnam del sur y hoy todos conocen como Vietnam. Lo recibió una numerosa familia, en un poblado distante 20 kilómetros de Saigón.

Recordando a su patria natal, monseñor Nguyen cuenta que el otrora Vietnam del sur comparte con Costa Rica la misma latitud en el mapa, el mismo clima, las mismas frutas y hasta el mismo calor humano de la gente.

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