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Studiare all'estero, ecco chi č «mamma Erasmus»

«Mamma Erasmus' Č un soprannome coniato, anni fa, da studenti e colleghi, diventato un affettuoso attestato di stima, di cui vado fiera». Nel cortile della parrocchia romana di Santa Marcella, la professoressa Sofia Corradi ripercorre con memoria di ferro e tono allegro la storia di una vita, la sua, dedicata ... Read More ...
Posted on: 05/07/16

Le domande dei cristiani omosessuali

Si chiamano cristiani lgbt. Pregano, riflettono sulla propria condizione e mandano ai vescovi documenti con proposte pastorali. Sono anche riuniti in un Forum che, una volta l'anno, chiama a raccolta chi, ritrovandosi in questa complessa 'frontiera esistenziale', non intende rinunciare a cercare la propria posizione nella comunitą ecclesiale. Se pensiamo ... Read More ...
Posted on: 05/07/16

Muro del Brennero, Vienna rallenta (forse)

Mezzo passo indietro di Vienna sul muro del Brennero. Forse. "Al Brennero non cisarą nessun muro e il confine non verrą chiuso", ha detto ilneo ministro degli interni austriaco Wolfgang Sobotka a Meranoper il congresso della Svp (i tirolesi sono contrari i provvedimenti austriaci alla frontiere, ndr). "Se l'Italia fa ... Read More ...
Posted on: 05/07/16

Iraq, oltre 50 fosse comuni in zone ex Daesh

Pił di 50 fosse comuni sono state finora scoperte in alcune parti dell'Iraq che in precedenza erano controllati dal Daesh. Ne dą notizia la Bbc riferendo le parole dell'inviato dell'Onu Jan Kubis al Consiglio di Sicurezza delle Nazioni Unita: secondo Kubis sarebbero "la prova dei crimini efferati" commessi dai jihadisti.Le ... Read More ...
Posted on: 05/07/16

L'Italia triplica l'export di armi

L'export di armi da guerra italiane č triplicato, con un giro d'affari passato dai 2,9 miliardi di euro del 2014 agli 8,2 miliardi nel 2015. Solo un mese fa si credeva che le vendite all'estero fossero in leggero calo. Adesso si scopre che quelle informazioni erano state fatte circolare in ... Read More ...
Posted on: 05/07/16

Canada, incendi fuori controllo: 100mila in fuga

Proseguono senzasosta gli incendi che da giorni devastano la regionedell'Alberta, il cuore dell'area petrolifera delle sabbiebituminose canadesi, dove č stato proclamato lo stato diemergenza. In una foresta di almeno 100 mila ettari si contanoalmeno 49 incendi, sette dei quali sono considerati fuoricontrollo. Le fiamme, che nelle prossime ore potrebberoaumentare considerevolmente, ... Read More ...
Posted on: 05/07/16

Arrivano altri bambini dal Congo

Una gioia insperata dopo tanta attesa. Dopo la rabbia e la disperazione. Stamattina un nuovo gruppo di bambini congolesi adottati da coppie italiane č arrivato all'aeroporto di Fiumicino: una trentina figli che finalmente sprofondano nell'abbraccio di una mamma e di un papą, e nel calore di una casa.Si tratta del ... Read More ...
Posted on: 05/07/16

Slot mob, tutti in piazza contro l'azzardo

Fermare l'azzardo scendendo in piazza per impossessarsi del vero significato del gioco, quello "sano". Biliardino, campana, elastico, un tavolino dell'Ikea per disegnare. Un piccolo gazebo e tanta voglia di partecipare. In piazza Frattini a Milano, come in altre 59 piazze in altrettante cittą italiane, č il giorno di una manifestazione ... Read More ...
Posted on: 05/07/16

AMERICA/NICARAGUA - Still killings carried out by the army, the population lives in fear

Matagalpa - Deploring the murder of Enrique Aguinaga Castrillo, nicknamed "Invisible Captain", which took place last Saturday, April 30, and considering that there is nothing positive from the militarization of rural areas of the country, the Bishop of Matagalpa, His Exc. Mgr. Rolando José Alvarez Lagos, urged to put an ... Read More ...
Posted on: 05/07/16

ASIA/IRAQ - The Peshmerga and the coalition raid reject the jihadists outside the village of Telskuf

Telskuf - The offensive of about 150 jihadists of the Islamic State who yesterday, May 3, had attacked Telskuf, a town in the Nineveh Plain where before August 2014 about 12 thousand Christians lived, lasted a few hours. The Kurdish Peshmerga militia, supported by air raids of anti-Daesh international coalition ... Read More ...
Posted on: 05/07/16

AFRICA/EGYPT - The Egyptian parliament is preparing to discuss the new law on the construction of places of worship

Cairo - The new text of the law on the construction of places of worship, has been prepared in its pre-definitive version, and will be discussed by the Egyptian Parliament in coming weeks, probably within the current month. The draft legislation, according to sources cited by the Egyptian press, was ... Read More ...
Posted on: 05/07/16

AMERICA/DOMINICAN REP- An initiative to eradicate child labor

Santo Domingo - Child labor is a phenomenon that affects 13% of Dominican children between 5 to 17 years of age. In order to address this phenomenon, the Nińos Limpiabotas La Merced Foundation was established with the mission to eradicate child labor in Santo Domingo West area, accompanying them and ... Read More ...
Posted on: 05/07/16

ASIA/PAKISTAN - Boom of vocations to priesthood: a lively and vibrant Church in faith

Lahore – That in Pakistan is a Church that lives faith in every day difficulties, in a country where 95% are Muslims and is "fervent in priestly vocations and consecrated life, a sign of God's blessing, which is always close to his people": emphasizes Fr. Inayat Bernard, Rector of "Santa ... Read More ...
Posted on: 05/07/16

AFRICA/DR CONGO - If elections are not held by November all institutions will be delegitimized

Kinshasa - "The Democratic Republic of Congo is likely to become the only Country in the world where all institutions will not have a mandate, therefore, illegal and illegitimate". This is what is said in a note sent to Agenzia Fides by the Peace Network for Congo, which asks: "is ... Read More ...
Posted on: 05/07/16

AMERICA/ECUADOR - "Let us not stop aid": volunteers are concerned about the earthquake victims

Portoviejo - First breakfast, lunch and a snack: this is what homeless families, volunteer rescuers and firefighters receive every day, thanks to the work of a large group of faithful organized by the Capuchin missionaries in Portoviejo after the earthquake on April 16th. Every day 3,600 meals are distributed."The tragedy ... Read More ...
Posted on: 05/07/16

EUROPE/GREAT BRITAIN - Schooling for 75 million children in Countries where there is humanitarian crises

London - About 75 million school age children and adolescents, who live in Countries affected by the crisis, need schooling programs. This is what the British organization Overseas Development Institute reported in a study urged by UNICEF and the Governments of Great Britain, United States and Norway. Around the world ... Read More ...
Posted on: 05/07/16

AMERICA/MEXICO - More than 9,000 children suffer domestic violence in the State of Michoacán

Morelia - In the Mexican state of Michoacįn 15.5% of girls and 19.4% of boys between 6 to 9 years of age suffer abuse and beatings by parents. Data were collected by Children and Youth Study 2012. Equally alarming are the figures of sexual abuse of children in the same ... Read More ...
Posted on: 05/07/16

AMERICA/COLOMBIA - "Families are fleeing violence", denounces the Bishop of Tibù

Tibł - Farming families flee due to the increase in homicides, for the presence of armed groups that threaten and extort the population, denounced the Colombian Bishop of the Diocese of Tibł, His Exc. Mgr. Omar Alberto Sanchez, to some local journalists.The letter sent to Fides reports that, according to ... Read More ...
Posted on: 05/07/16

AFRICA/SOUTH SUDAN - Religious superiors: "Let us spread the message of ‘Laudato Sì’ "

Juba - "Pollution of the water, of the land, of the air; deforestation and cutting of trees, burning the forests, overgrazing and desertification and oil exploitation as the major income for the country but as a grave polluting agent". These are the human and natural threats that South Sudan has ... Read More ...
Posted on: 05/07/16

ASIA/LEBANON - Maronite Bishops: Lebanon looks like a ship without a helm

Bkerké - The Arab world is threatened in its very existence by "murderous identities", and crises and wars which upset the whole region have their deep roots in "regional conflicts" and "international politics". This is what the Maronite Bishops, gathered in the patriarchal headquarters of Bkerké for their monthly meeting, ... Read More ...
Posted on: 05/07/16



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