Daily Archives: May 10, 2011

Dozens killed; hundreds missing in Vietnam

Thousands of Viet-Hmong Christians, who are staging mass protests demanding religious freedom and land reforms, have been attacked by Vietnam and Laos security forces. Dozens were killed and more were wounded with hundreds went missing. “At least seventeen Viet-Hmong Christians … Continue reading

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Benedict XVI: In No One’s Shadow

A very well argued article from The American Spectator: By Samuel Gregg It was inevitable. In the lead-up to John Paul II’s beatification, a number of publications decided it was time to opine about the direction of Benedict XVI’s pontificate. … Continue reading

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