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Tomatoes and Peace in Samburu North.

The year 2011 was characterized by drought which saw most areas in Samburu County experiencing below normal rainfall. The ensuing drought resulted in restricted food and livestock production, there were also noteworthy cases of food insecurity and malnutrition in Samburu North District. 758 more words

Caritas

God’s love is Scandalizing

As I have written for a while now, things in my life have been a little rough for the last 2 years or so. There have been moments of pure Grace that have flooded over me like a nice hot bath, but for the most part, it’s been a long uphill walk for me. 1,433 more words

Lessons

The Catholic Church Fights The Scourge Of Gender Based Violence In Samburu

Gender based violence is an issue that has been prevalent for far too long. This vice has continued to be a serious global health, human rights and development issue. 639 more words

Africa

Some Catholic Hymns praising Mary the Mother of Jesus Christ

Here are two beautiful hymns praising Mary the Mother of Christ Jesus. Pray for us O most humble Virgin Theotokos that we may love your Son Jesus Christ our God always, Amen.

Catholicism

The Latin Mass of the Angels

Here is a simply heavenly rendition of the Catholic Mass of the Angels in Latin. Rejoice and glorify Hashem with your being always.

Christianity

The Real Presence of Christ in the Holy Eucharist- An Exhortation by Father Casey

Here is a powerful homily on the Real Presence of Christ in the Eucharist/Blessed Sacrament by the brilliant priest Father Casey.

Theology

Why Women Wear Mantillas In Church

Chapel veils, or mantillas (which comes from the word manta, meaning cape) are typically circular or triangular shaped pieces of black or white lace that are draped over a woman’s head when attending Mass, or in the presence of the Blessed Sacrament. 639 more words

yohananclimacus reblogged this on The Ladder to the Paradise of God and commented:

Here is a great article on the Catholic and Ancient Christian practice of women covering their heads in church.