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Word reaches us today that Mama Hagosa Baraki of Irob, Ethopia, is dying.
She is the 104 year-old Matriarch of the Baraki Family.
Two of her sons, Catholic Priests and long-time collaborators in apostolate, are traveling swiftly (more…)
It is with profoundest sentiments & sympathy of communion with this great patriarch & prophet of the 20th century that we re-post, today, on the 125th anniversary of (more…)
A Priest-collaborator from Ethiopia’s poorest region, Irob, has asked this humble apostolate to do, with God’s help, what it can to relieve the suffering of young Hiwot Tgiorgis, a native of Irob: the region in northern Ethiopia hardest-hit by war, drought, and famine — now for decades. (more…)
Now that the U.S. government’s Supreme Court has issued a decree coercing (more…)
The message, delivered now 37 years ago, is still as fresh as a daisy, even if not always sweet, or its prospects altogether pretty.
Click here to read the text of Alexander Solzhenitysn’s Address to graduates at Harvard University, June 1978.
Get out your pen & copy-book, and take note.