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  The bells of Nagasaki: A gospel plea for peace

Aug 08, 2020
Perhaps what is required of us today, to be faithful to the human family and to future generations, is to never again justify violence or be silent when nations go to war; we must actively and non-violently resist all war and preparations for war.
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  Columban Message on 75th anniversary of Hiroshima and Nagasaki

Aug 05, 2020
Our understanding of Christian Discipleship leads us to condemn in strongest terms defence policies that every day make life more insecure.
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  To develop Intercultural Communion

May 14, 2020
How to live together in peace and with justice in a pluralist world? Columban Fr Frank Hoare explores intercultural challenges and how awareness and dialogue can promote cross-cultural diversity and change for the better.
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  Interfaith youth forum in Fiji discuss the practice of fasting

Mar 13, 2020
A most interesting Fijian youth interfaith encounter occurred on the “Leap Year” day of 29th February 2020, at the crypt of the Sacred Heart Cathedral in Suva.
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  Two new women lay missionaries for the Columbans

Feb 17, 2020
Latai Muller and Mereani Nailevu have made their commitment to God and to the Columbans that they will serve the Church as Columban Lay Missionaries.
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  Pacific Conference of Churches hosted a prayer vigil in Fiji for the Australian bushfire victims

Feb 05, 2020
The prayer service was offered for all the victims - both humans and animals - of the biggest bushfire that Australia ever had in its history. The Cathedral bell was rung 33 times for the civilians and firefighters killed in the bushfires since September 2019.
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  Remembering those in need at Christmas

Dec 18, 2019
While the rest of the world shops and parties frenetically in December, the people in Fiji busy themselves in providing retreats, carol singing and charitable outreaches to the less fortunate.
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  Chile destruction - October 29

Oct 30, 2019
The protests seem to be continuing and are the product of a violent group of extremists who are determined to cause as much damage as possible.
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  Hong Kong unrest not interfering with Columban missionaries

Aug 22, 2019
A letter from the Missionary Society of St. Columban Society Leader Fr. Tim Mulroy regarding the ongoing political unrest in Hong Kong, the Society's headquarters
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  Columbans Respond to the Racism and Violence in El Paso and Dayton

Aug 09, 2019
Our belief in God is a reliance on a powerful source of strength and light that will keep us on the road of solidarity with the poor and the refugee, no matter what. Now is the time to be bold and prophetic, and let our voices be heard.
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  Sharing the pain

May 29, 2019
Then, as if on cue, waves of people began ambling over to the stand from the various entrances around the park. It was a very moving experience as we remembered and named the 50 people who had been murdered in the two mosques in Christchurch.
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  CRA President's message in response to the tragedy in Sri Lanka

Apr 24, 2019
Catholic Religious Australia (CRA) President, Monica Cavanagh rsj, has issued letters of condolence in response to the tragedy in Sri Lanka on Easter Sunday
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  Columban Society Leader sends Letter of Solidarity to Muslim brothers and sisters in New Zealand

Mar 21, 2019
The Missionary Society of St. Columban condemns in the strongest possible terms the terrorist attacks which unfolded in two mosques in Christchurch, New Zealand on Friday, March 15, 2019.
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  Columban Centre for Christian-Muslim Relations Statement on the terrorist attacks in Christchurch

Mar 18, 2019
To Muslims I say, you are not “invaders” or “aliens”. You are not “other”. You are my sister and brother. You are family. You are citizens. You belong.
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  A new Columban Century and a new Columban priest in Fiji

Nov 28, 2018
The new Columban century brought us a new Columban priest in Fiji. Deacon Martin Koroiciri was ordained priest at the Suva Cathedral by Archbishop Chong on the vigil of St Columban’s day, 2018.
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  Asia Bibi freed from jail

Nov 09, 2018
Asia Bibi, the Pakistani Christian woman who was acquitted of blasphemy after spending eight years on death row, has been released from prison.
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  Dancing the Centennial Fiji Style

Jul 11, 2018
The song thanks God for the story of the Columbans from the rime of Bishop Galvin’s first going to China and then Fr. Blowick joining him and moves right up to our mission here in Fiji starting in 1952 and beyond.
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  #WithRefugees - Refugee Week 2018

Jun 18, 2018
In 2018, Refugee Week will be held from 17 June to 23 June. The theme for Refugee Week 2018 is #WithRefugees.
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  Columban Centenary altar cloth’s adventures in Fiji

Apr 09, 2018
The call to prayer, to mission and to faith are parts of the call of this Centenary Cloth. We hope to have a prayerful month while it is with us.
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  Columban Fr Frank Hoare launches book

Mar 07, 2018
Titled ‘The Turning Wheel’ the book traces the relatively brief history of the Columban Fathers in Fiji from 1952 – 2017.
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