Month: September 2021

A Micro-Investor Devours 80% Local Vegetable Markets

Project TRANSFORM is within its 4 years implementing a focussed intervention that will lead into total transformation of a smallholder farmers in the community in the aspects of climate change resilience, food and nutrition security and income access. Consequent upon the implementation of TRANSFORM project, CADECOMs response was a Micro Investment approach, a drip irrigation …

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Servant of All

Dr. Scott Hahn reflects on the Mass readings for the Twenty-Fifth Sunday in Ordinary Time (Year B) Readings: Wisdom 2:12,17-20 Psalm 54:3-8 James 3:16-4:3 Mark 9:30-37 In today’s First Reading, it’s like we have our ears pressed to the wall and can hear the murderous grumblings of the elders, chief priests, and scribes—who last week …

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Pope Francis Hopes New Ministry of Catechist Will ‘Awaken this Vocation

Pope Francis said on Friday that he instituted the new ministry of catechist with the hope that it would help to “awaken this vocation.” Addressing participants in a meeting organized by the Pontifical Council for Promoting the New Evangelization on Sept. 17, the pope referred to his decision to formally institute the new lay ministry …

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Federal vaccine mandate has strong legal footing

President Joe Biden’s coronavirus vaccine mandate for workplaces with more than 100 people on the payroll is rooted in existing law governing worker protections, said a trio of public health law experts. As long as the mandate allows exemptions for religious, medical or disability reasons, then it is expected to survive legal challenges, the experts …

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Servant of All

Dr. Scott Hahn reflects on the Mass readings for the Twenty-Fifth Sunday in Ordinary Time (Year B) Readings: Wisdom 2:12,17-20 Psalm 54:3-8 James 3:16-4:3 Mark 9:30-37 In today’s First Reading, it’s like we have our ears pressed to the wall and can hear the murderous grumblings of the elders, chief priests, and scribes—who last week …

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Eucharistic Faith

Four Sundays ago, I mentioned here that the liturgical calendar of the Church was taking a short break from the Gospel of Mark, which we had been hearing this year at Sunday Mass. Next Sunday, we will return to Mark’s Gospel. We have spent this time hearing from the sixth chapter of John’s Gospel. Its …

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