Posts Tagged ‘Faith and action’

Mycoplasma bovis – how can faith help farmers? Comments 0

Monday, July 23rd, 2018
micoplasma bovis

Until recently, New Zealand was one of two countries in the world that did not have cattle infected by the Mycoplasma Bovis disease. Fr Tom Lawn is the assistant priest in the Catholic parish of New Plymouth, the main city in the Province of Taranaki – an area in which dairy farming has been long established. Read more

Faith-based organisations can help promote the rights of women and children Comments 0

Monday, July 24th, 2017

Fiji’s Minister for Women and Poverty Alleviation, Mereseini Vuniwaqa,  believes faith-based organisations have a strong impact on the protection of the rights of women and children She has encouraged these organisations to educate their various groups and family members to eliminate social ills and discrimination against women. Vuniwaqa said she is looking to work closely with Read more

How families turn faith into action Comments 0

Friday, October 9th, 2015

On one of the first evenings after our then foster (now adopted) daughter Teenasia came to live with us, second-grade Jacob was at the dining room table doing religion homework to prepare for his upcoming First Communion. My husband, Bill, was upstairs giving 4-year-old Liam a bath, and I was holding wriggling 16-month-old Teenasia, trying Read more