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Making a City for Our Children's Future

There is one dream that we all share. This is our dream that our children have a better life than we now have. This shared dream means one…

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2 Jul 24, 2010
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Ass'n of Major Religious Superiors' Statement on the Massacre in Maguindanao

AMRSP Association of Major Religious Superiors in the Philippines 28 Acacia Street, New Manila, 1112 Quezon City Tels: 724-4434 / 448-5644…

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0 Nov 26, 2009

Feminists, Are We or Aren't We?

In December, 2004, whether feminism should be a criterion for membership or participation in EWA conferences was asked within the Continuit…

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0 Jun 15, 2009

A disturbing term, Feminism: “What’s in a name....?” by Chris Burke

Chris Burke discusses the key aspects of feminism and asks if it is possible to be Christian and feminist: “I am not a feminist, but…” So…

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0 Jun 15, 2009

What is This Woman Body? by Virginia Saldanha, India

It's not always like this for women and yet the poem brings out the excruciatingly painful reality of too many women. Even if I have reason…

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0 Jun 15, 2009

Empowerment of Rural Women in India – An Odyssey in Faith (by Pushpa Joseph)

An Odyssey in Faith, A shocking and inspiring article on correcting the inhuman practices caused by deep-seated beliefs in women’s impurity…

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0 Jun 14, 2009

Guide our Feet into the Way of Peace (Luke 1:79) By Lilith M. Usog

Reflections on the dissonance between the biblical peace and the stories of women and children in war torn countries. Introduction To tal…

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0 Jun 14, 2009

OF HOPES AND DREAMS Story of Women's Empowerment through Self Help Groups (by Pushpa Joseph)

"Women in our Self Help Groups have become so caring. There is a new feeling of togetherness that expresses itself in and through their bon…

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0 Jun 14, 2009

Feminization of Poverty As Economic Violence: Theological Perspective by Lilith M. Usog

A puzzling sight, which bothers me as I ply the main thoroughfares of Manila are young girls peddling sampaguita leis and old people beggin…

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0 Jun 14, 2009

Women, Break Through the Ceiling to Freedom (a poem by Bernadeen Silva)

Bernadeen with Lieve Troch. Bernadeen in the picture still has some of the make-up for the part of the innocent 12 year old whose part she…

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0 Jun 11, 2009

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