Daily Archives: August 16, 2010

John Paul II: The Renewal Of The Church

“The Church cannot cross the threshold of the new millennium without encouraging her own children to purify themselves, through repentance, of past errors and instances of infidelity, inconsistency, and slowness of act.  Acknowledging the weaknesses of the past is an … Continue reading

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Sudan: Flashpoint & Faultline In Near East

In the ancient world Sudan was considered part of Egyptian civilization because of its year round consistent climate and geography concerning the split of the Nile River.  The bread basket of the Near East was always Egypt; its northern hemisphere … Continue reading

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