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International Day for Tolerance - 16th November

 |  16 November 2018

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Unguarded moments: Swapping stories of the sacred

Content exclusive to AC+ subscribers: Whether we connect in the real world, or as avatars on Second Life, each time we reach out to people with different beliefs than our own we add something new.

'Namastes' in a sacred land

Content exclusive to AC+ subscribers: Maryknoll missionary Max Warren once wrote that our first task in approaching people of another culture or religion is to take off our shoes, ‘else we may find ourselves treading on someone’s dreams. More serious still, we may forget that God was there before our arrival'. 

To see the person with love

Content exclusive to AC+ subscribers: This article touches on an issue that is often a divisive one in our Church and society. The Church’s teaching on sexuality is well understood – the natural full expression of sexuality is through the love of a man and a woman, united in marriage. 

The value of a life

Content exclusive to AC+ subscribers: A disability acquired as an infant has shaped Angela Moore’s life in many different ways. Growing up with Angela also had a big impact on her sister, Michelle McIntosh. Angela is now inspiring students as a teacher, while Michelle is doing medical research to help save the lives of women in Africa.

Opening God's mercy to all children

Preparing children for their first reconciliation is a big responsibility at any Catholic school or parish. But St Lucy’s Catholic Primary School has a special job: preparing children with disabilities for the sacrament.

International Day for Tolerance

Learn more about International Day for Tolerance from the United Nations.

 

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