Here is a jarring reminder of how far humanity has come, and how far it still has to go!
Lent comes this month to help bring us through death to life. It invites us to go deeper inside our hearts, not to become prisoners there, never allowed back into the world, but so we can discover there the world, and meet it anew for its renewal and ours. READ MORE: The Church’s great treasure hunt
Sometimes the best stories of hope and justice come from real life heroes and heroines. All three of these films are based on true stories, and what powerful testimonies to the strength of the human spirit they are.
I don’t believe or understand this. It just doesn’t make sense to me! Pray for all those that have lost their homes, and spread the word. There will never be peace, if this keeps happening! To me it is heartless and scandalous.
Vatican Radio presents a commentary on Christ the King through a brief rendition of Hymns and commentary on this rather recent (1925) Feast of Justice and Peace, and celebrates the King who asks us to take up our own Cross and to follow Him. Listen
I usually don’t post on topics like this, but this is indeed something that should be part of everyday discussions. This small documentary reveals how a small few can and do effect the life of all on our small planet.
Here is a link to a CBC documentary: “The Monarchs of Money.” It is a trip into an unknown secret world that most of us know or hear very little about. I don’t know why the content of this documentary is not a hot discussion topic in our Newspapers and TV News Programs. It is indeed a secretive world we live in today!
In summary. “Monarch’s of Money,” is about a mysterious topic called, “quantitative easing .” It involves nine central bankers meeting in Switzerland every two months and deciding how much money to print – known as cheap money. Are these nine people building the world’s economies on sand and hoping beyond hope that the whole enterprise of “quantitative easing” doesn’t end in a worldwide economic collapse? Some money experts are predicting catastrophe! It sure sounds like the makings of a nightmare to me. I invite you to view this short video and leave your feedback. In the U.S. alone apparently 89 billion dollars is being printed each and everyday.