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The Power of the Rosary to Transform and Heal

In this month dedicated to the Holy Rosary we wanted to draw your attention to the power this prayer has in the most dire situations.  The rosary is one of the greatest weapons we have in the Catholic arsenal and stories of its power abound.   624 more words

Our Lady

BBC: You can’t indict Rwanda’s government by denying the 1994 genocide

The Rwandan genocide of 1994 is recognised by all who have studied it seriously as one of the largest-scale, most concentrated episodes of mass murder in the last century. 704 more words

Africa

FARG appeared before Parliament over mismanagement of genocide survivors's money

Top officials of the Fund for the Support of Genocide Survivors (FARG) were on Thursday tasked by lawmakers to explain errors that were noticed in coordination and implementation of their directives that cost taxpayers millions of francs. 505 more words

Rwanda

Don't Ask Questions: When Curiosity is a Crime

While curiosity may have killed the cat, it has no doubt saved the arse of humanity on many occasions. Wondering, imagining and being curious are part of what it means to be a human being. 361 more words

Moral Reasoning

Escaping ignorance: the Rwandan genocide

I was born in 1992, and 9 years later, approximately 3,000 people died in the World Trade Center on September 11th. In school, I learned of other horrific events in history like the Holocaust where 11 million people over the course of about 7 years were brutally slaughtered. 244 more words

Life Lessons

ICTR/NZABONIMANA – LIFE SENTENCE CONFIRMED FOR FORMER RWANDAN YOUTH MINISTER

Arusha, September 29, 2014 (FH) – The Appeals Chamber of the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda, which is to close its doors by the end of this year, on Monday confirmed a sentence of life in jail for former Rwandan Youth Minister Callixte Nzabonimana. 225 more words

Bandora trial: state lines up witnesses

Charles Bandora ( 2nd right) consults with his lawyers; Boniface Nizeyimana (2nd left), and Mbera Ferdinand after the court session yesterday. (Timothy Kisambira)

 The specialised chamber for international crimes at the High Court yesterday started hearing prosecution witnesses in the case against Genocide suspect Charles Bandora. 509 more words

Genocide Fugitives