A daily news briefing from Catholic News Agency, powered by artificial intelligence. Ask your smart speaker to play “Catholic News,” or listen every morning wherever you get podcasts. www.catholicnewsagency.com - The Claretian Missionaries' Independent Delegation for the Antilles reported that on February 7 one of its priests was kidnapped in Haiti. Father Antoine Macaire Christian Noah was abducted in the morning when he was going to his missionary community in Kazal, about 20 miles north of Port-au-Prince, the country's capital. The kidnappers have contacted “the superior of his missionary community asking for money in exchange for his release,” according to the Claretians. Macaire is originally from Cameroon and has been the parochial vicar at Saint Michael the Archangel Parish in Kazal for one year. In recent months, armed gangs have gained significant control over the country in Haiti and also are attacking Catholic schools and hospitals. https://www.catholicnewsagency.com/news/253591/priest-kidnapped-in-haiti-captors-demand-ransom Three prominent Christian leaders in Syria issued a joint letter Tuesday calling for an end to sanctions against Syria, which they say are unjustly preventing vital aid from reaching the people most affected by the devastating earthquake that struck the region earlier this week. The February 7 letter was signed by the Melkite Greek Catholic Patriarch Youssef the first, the Syrian Orthodox Patriarch Ignatius Aphrem the second, and the Greek Orthodox Patriarch John the tenth. They wrote: “We, the three patriarchs with the heads of churches in Syria, demand from the United Nations and the countries imposing sanctions on Syria to lift the embargo and unjust sanctions imposed on the Syrian people, and to take exceptional measures and immediate initiatives to secure the delivery of the much-needed relief and humanitarian aid.” According to the latest available estimates as of midday Wednesday, the 7.8-magnitude quake has left at least 11,600 people dead in Turkey and Syria. Many international Catholic aid agencies, such as Caritas, Catholic Relief Services, and Aid to the Church in Need (ACN) are soliciting donations, mobilizing resources, and coordinating relief efforts. https://www.catholicnewsagency.com/news/253590/christian-leaders-in-syria-call-for-an-end-to-unjust-sanctions-that-they-say-hamper-aid-to-the-needy The Ukrainian Greek Catholic Church (UGCC) announced Monday that it is switching its fixed-date religious celebrations to match the Gregorian calendar used by the Church in the West. Ukrainian Catholics have been among the few remaining sects under the papacy to celebrate holidays according to the Julian calendar, which celebrates Christmas on January 7 and Epiphany on January 19. The Russian Orthodox Church and other Eastern Churches under the Patriarchate of Moscow follow the Julian calendar. Now, Catholics in Ukraine will celebrate feasts on the same dates as Catholics in the US and other Western nations, meaning Christmas will be observed on December 25 and Epiphany on January 6. The change will take place at the beginning of the Ukrainian Catholic Church's liturgical year, September 1, 2023. https://www.catholicnewsagency.com/news/253587/ukrainian-catholics-will-now-celebrate-christmas-on-dec-25 Today, the Church celebrates Saint Apollonia of Alexandria, a holy virgin who suffered martyrdom in Alexandria during a local uprising against the Christians in the early 3rd century. https://www.catholicnewsagency.com/saint/st-apollonia-of-alexandria-142
Cold aid - https://www.johanniter.de/spenden-stiften/projekte/gesundheit-soziales/kaeltehilfe-in-berlin/ - https://www.berliner-stadtmission.de/kaeltehilfe Strike Mayor Giffey Earthquake Help those affected by the earthquakes in Syria and Turkey: Aktionsbündnis Katastrophenhilfe (Action Alliance for Disaster Relief): Donation account: DE65 100 400 600 100 400 600 Four organizations are united under the umbrella of Action Alliance for Disaster Relief: Unicef, Caritas, Diakonie and the German Red Cross. Diakonie Katastrophenhilfe: Donation account: DE68 520 604 100 000 502 502 The humanitarian aid organization of the Protestant Church has been helping victims of natural disasters, war and displacement since 1954. Unicef: Donation account: DE57 3702 0500 0000 3000 00 The United Nations Children's Fund carries out humanitarian work in 190 countries around the world. In Germany alone, the organization generates over 100 million euros in donations each year. Aktion Deutschland hilft: Donation account: DE62 3702 0500 0000 1020 30 Various aid organizations belong to the alliance, including Johanniter-Unfall-Hilfe, Paritätischer Wohlfahrtsverband and Malteser Hilfsdienst. Bündnis Entwicklung hilft (Alliance Development Helps): Donation account: DE29 100 20 5000 100 20 5000 Founded in response to the tsunami disaster in the Indian Ocean in 2004, the Alliance Development Helps unites nine German aid organizations, including Bread for the World and Kindernothilfe. Help e.V.: Donation account: DE47 3708 0040 0240 0030 00 Help is an aid organization that works closely with the German Foreign Office and the Ministry of Development. Currently Help supports humanitarian organizations and projects in Ukraine, Syria, Yemen and Afghanistan, among others. ** Please check out the show notes for the links to our sources. Twitter: @berlinbriefing Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/BerlinBriefing/ Mastodon: https://podcasts.social/@berlinbriefing/ Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
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Subscribe for free to receive new posts and support my work.Outline of Deus Caritas Est by Pope Benedict XVI:* Introduction (1)* Part I: The Unity of Love in Creation and in Salvation History (2 - 18)* A problem of language (2)* “Eros” and “Agape” - Difference in Unity (3 - 8)* The newness of biblical faith (9 - 11)* Jesus Christ - the incarnate love of God (12 - 15)* Love of God and love of neighbour (16 - 18)* Part II: The Practice of Love by the Church as a “Community of Love” (19 - 39)* The Church's charitable activity as a manifestation of Trinitarian love (19)* Charity as a responsibility of the Church (20 - 25)* Justice and Charity (26 - 29)* The multiple structures of charitable service in the social context of the present day (30)* The distinctiveness of the Church's charitable activity (31)* Those responsible for the Church's charitable activity (32 - 39)* Conclusion (40 - 42)Pope Benedict XVI's First EncyclicalAn encyclical is a circular letter that the Pope writes to the whole Church. Pope Benedict XVI released the first encyclical of his pontificate on December 25, 2005. The title is Deus Caritas Est in Latin, which is “God is Love” in English. The official English title of the document is “On Christian Love.” The Pontiff believed that this message was both “timely and significant” in a “world where the name of God is sometimes associated with vengeance or even a duty of hatred and violence (DCE, 1).”My endeavor in this writing is to give an introduction to this marvelous encyclical from one of the greatest theologians of the 20th Century. When this letter came out, I was only fourteen years old and I definitely did not read it. But later on, in college, when I did read it, I was blown away. My love, gratitude, and appreciation for the late pontiff, may he rest in peace, has only continued to grow. I will be using the document itself as the blueprint for this resource. So, we will be touching on each section. This present work is not exhaustive; it will barely scratch the surface. But, hopefully, it will offer you easier access to the writings of Pope Benedict XVI. Note: all parenthetical citations are paragraph numbers from Deus Caritas Est unless otherwise stated.Introduction (1)The Pope begins his letter on Christian Love with one of the most profound descriptions of Christianity I have ever read. He says, “Being Christian is not the result of an ethical choice or a lofty idea, but the encounter with an event, a person, which gives life a new horizon and a decisive direction (1).” This is the summation of all of the work of Josef Cardinal Ratzinger. Theological clarity was a gift of Josef Ratzinger, who always found a way to bring any conversation crashing back to Jesus Christ and our communion with Him and with others. Truly, this is the decisive direction to which our life is given: heaven, that communion with God and with others. And how do we get there? We encounter the person of Jesus Christ.This theme of encounter and exchange is part and parcel of the Good News. In a world that associates God with vengeance or a duty of hatred and violence. The pope offers us an important reminder:“Since God has first loved us (cf. 1 Jn 4:10), love is now no longer a mere ‘command'; it is the response to the gift of love with which God draws near to us (1).”The document is split into two main parts: The first part is an exploration and the second part is concrete. Both are interconnected.Part I: The Unity of Love in Creation and in Salvation History (2 - 18)A problem of language (2)In Part 1, Pope Benedict speaks to the unity of love in creation and in salvation history. He begins by addressing the problem of language. Anyone who has said the phrase, “I love pizza” can intuit the main problem. The word love, today, is frequently used and misused. As Benedict puts it:“Let us first of all bring to mind the vast semantic range of the word “love”: we speak of love of country, love of one's profession, love between friends, love of work, love between parents and children, love between family members, love of neighbor and love of God. Amid this multiplicity of meanings, however, one in particular stands out: love between man and woman, where body and soul are inseparably joined and human beings glimpse an apparently irresistible promise of happiness. This would seem to be the very epitome of love; all other kinds of love immediately seem to fade in comparison. So we need to ask: are all these forms of love basically one, so that love, in its many and varied manifestations, is ultimately a single reality, or are we merely using the same word to designate totally different realities (2)?”“Eros” and “Agape” - Difference in Unity (3 - 8)In the New Testament in the Greek language, there are three main types of love: eros (sexual love between spouses), agape (unconditional love), and philia (fraternal love). Many scholars have drawn a sharp distinction between eros and agape to the point where the two seem mutually exclusive. Pope Benedict gives us a theological masterclass and shows the difference in unity of these two terms. He begins by saying:“The Greeks—not unlike other cultures—considered eros principally as a kind of intoxication, the overpowering of reason by a “divine madness” which tears man away from his finite existence and enables him, in the very process of being overwhelmed by divine power, to experience supreme happiness (4).”For the Ancient Greeks, the “divine madness” of eros needed to be purified. In many ways, it is seen as a corporeal type of love, a bodily passion. However, the Pope teaches that:“...it is neither the spirit alone nor the body alone that loves: it is man, the person, a unified creature composed of body and soul, who loves. Only when both dimensions are truly united, does man attain his full stature. Only thus is love —eros—able to mature and attain its authentic grandeur… Christian faith… has always considered man a unity in duality, a reality in which spirit and matter compenetrate, and in which each is brought to a new nobility. True, eros tends to rise “in ecstasy” towards the Divine, to lead us beyond ourselves; yet for this very reason it calls for a path of ascent, renunciation, purification and healing (5).”At this juncture we begin to see that the Christian view of eros is less about divine madness and more about ascending to God and allowing Him to purify us. In the poetry of the biblical book of the Song of Songs, Benedict teaches us that two different Hebrew words are used: the first is insecure, indeterminate, and searching love. The other is closer to agape. He writes:“Love now becomes concern and care for the other. No longer is it self-seeking, a sinking in the intoxication of happiness; instead it seeks the good of the beloved: it becomes renunciation and it is ready, and even willing, for sacrifice (6).”Neither type of love is static. Love embraces the “whole of existence in each of its dimensions, including the dimension of time (6).” The philosophical and theological debate about the nature of eros and agape sees agape as a descending, oblative love and eros as an ascending, possessive or covetous love. Benedict argues that these two cannot be completely separated.“The more the two, in their different aspects, find a proper unity in the one reality of love, the more the true nature of love in general is realized (7).”We cannot always give, we must also receive. We can think here of the book of Exodus and of Moses going into the tabernacle time and again to dialogue with God, where only then could he emerge to be of service to the people.The newness of biblical faith (9 - 11)If we are to understand love, we have to understand the God of Holy Scriptures. Pope Benedict outlines the biblical faith and remarks on its “newness” as compared to other religions of the time in this next section.He says:“There is only one God… all other gods are not God, and the universe in which we live has its source in God and was created by him… Consequently, his creation is dear to him, for it was willed by him and “made” by him. The second important element now emerges: this God loves man (9).” So far, thus we have one God who loves man. This is peculiar. The gods of Greek mythology are horrendous and oftentimes downright demonic. Of course, they do not exist, unless they are merely personifications of nature or simply demons tricking men. But the one God is different. He is real. He is sovereign. The ancients began to grasp this first part: that God is the object of desire and love. But the second part, that He loves us, is particular to the Jewish People. As Pope Benedict eloquently explains:“The divine power that Aristotle at the height of Greek philosophy sought to grasp through reflection, is indeed for every being an object of desire and of love —and as the object of love this divinity moves the world—but in itself it lacks nothing and does not love: it is solely the object of love. The one God in whom Israel believes, on the other hand, loves with a personal love. His love, moreover, is an elective love: among all the nations he chooses Israel and loves her—but he does so precisely with a view to healing the whole human race. God loves, and his love may certainly be called eros, yet it is also totally agape (9).”The love of God in the Old Testament is boldly erotic, at times, especially in the Prophets. They speak of betrothal and marriage and even see idolatry as adultery or prostitution. And so Benedict rightly points out that God's love is eros but he shows that it is also agape because it is “bestowed in a completely gratuitous manner, without any previous merit, but also because it is a love which forgives (10).”Anyone who has read the Old Testament knows well that Israel breaks her covenant with God often. It is only right that God should judge and repudiate her. But what do we see instead of utter annihilation of mankind? Benedict answers:“God's passionate love for his people—for humanity—is at the same time a forgiving love. It is so great that it turns God against himself, his love against his justice. Here Christians can see a dim prefigurement of the mystery of the Cross: so great is God's love for man that by becoming man he follows him even into death, and so reconciles justice and love… God is the absolute and ultimate source of all being; but this universal principle of creation—the Logos, primordial reason—is at the same time a lover with all the passion of a true love (10).”God loves us with a perfect passion, from the first moment of creation. In God, the love of eros is “thus supremely ennobled, yet at the same time it is so purified as to become one with agape (10).” In this great mystery of God's love, we have perfect ascending and descending love. When we enter into this love, we become one with the lover of our soul. “But this union,” Benedict says, “is no mere fusion, a sinking in the nameless ocean of the Divine; it is a unity which creates love, a unity in which both God and man remain themselves and yet become fully one (10).” He made us in His image and likeness. As a perfect community of Persons, God is perfect and sufficient in Himself. But we see that Adam, the first man, is alone. In his solitude, God fashions for Adam a helper: the first woman, Eve. Here we hear one of the most romantic lines in the whole Bible: Adam says of his new bride, “This at last is bone of my bones and flesh of my flesh; she shall be called Woman, because she was taken out of Man (Gen. 2:23).”Even in non-Christian religions we see shadows of this “completion” of man. In a myth related to us by the Greek philosopher Plato, man is originally spherical, complete, and self-sufficient. As a punishment for pride, Zeus splits him in two and thus man strives for his other half.The Bible does not speak of punishment in Genesis chapter 2, but there is clearly the idea that “only in communion with the opposite sex can [man] become ‘complete' (11).” Therefore, even erotic love, that is, eros, is rooted in man's nature and it directs man towards marriage. There is no equivalence to this outside of the biblical literature, says Pope Benedict.Jesus Christ - the incarnate love of God (12 - 15)The Old Testament faithfully transmits the revelation of God to us, but it is incomplete. In the New Testament, in Jesus Christ, the love of God takes on flesh. As Pope Benedict puts it:“In the Old Testament, the novelty of the Bible did not consist merely in abstract notions but in God's unpredictable and in some sense unprecedented activity. This divine activity now takes on dramatic form when, in Jesus Christ, it is God himself who goes in search of the “stray sheep”, a suffering and lost humanity (12).”Jesus speaks in parables, but these are not mere words. He is the proof of God's love. He literally shows us, in the flesh, the full revelation of God to man. In His death on the Cross, we see, as Benedict puts it, “the culmination of that turning of God against himself in which he gives himself in order to raise man up and save him. This is love in its most radical form. By contemplating the pierced side of Christ (cf. 19:37), we can understand the starting-point of this Encyclical Letter: ‘God is love' (1 Jn 4:8) (12).”Flowing from the pierced side of Christ flows the blood of the Holy Eucharist and the water of Holy Baptism. And so it is the Holy Eucharist, the source and summit of the Christian faith which draws us into Jesus' self offering. In our Holy Communion with Him, “More than just statically receiving the incarnate Logos, we enter into the very dynamic of his self-giving (13).” The ancients perceived to some extent that what really nourishes man is the Logos, eternal wisdom. In the Eucharist, the Logos has truly become our food. Thus, the erotic imagery of marriage between God and Israel is realized in a “way previously inconceivable (13)” in the Holy Eucharist.The Holy Eucharist also mystically takes on a social character “for in sacramental communion I become one with the Lord, like all the other communicants (14).” Thus, we begin to experience a foretaste of Heaven, which is union with God and union with all those men and women in union with God. Benedict writes:“Union with Christ is also union with all those to whom he gives himself. I cannot possess Christ just for myself; I can belong to him only in union with all those who have become, or who will become, his own. Communion draws me out of myself towards him, and thus also towards unity with all Christians. We become ‘one body,' completely joined in a single existence. Love of God and love of neighbor are now truly united: God incarnate draws us all to himself (14).”Love of God and love of neighbor (16 - 18)“Love of God and love of neighbor,” Benedict says, “have become one: in the least of the brethren we find Jesus himself, and in Jesus we find God (15).” But this nature of love and its meaning in biblical faith lead Pope Benedict to two questions: 1) can we love God without seeing him? And 2) can love be commanded? The objections seem to be that no one has ever seen God, so how could we love Him? And love seems to be a feeling that is there or it is not, so how can it be commanded?Yet, in answering these two questions, Pope Benedict artfully leads us back to loving our neighbor leads to love of God and vice versa. To the second objection, he says that “love of neighbor is a path that leads to the encounter with God, and that closing our eyes to our neighbor also blinds us to God (16).” He answers the first objection by saying: “True, no one has ever seen God as he is. And yet God is not totally invisible to us; he does not remain completely inaccessible (17).”Pope Benedict reminds us that God is visible to us in a number of ways. He says,“In the love-story recounted by the Bible, he comes towards us, he seeks to win our hearts, all the way to the Last Supper, to the piercing of his heart on the Cross, to his appearances after the Resurrection and to the great deeds by which, through the activity of the Apostles, he guided the nascent Church along its path. Nor has the Lord been absent from subsequent Church history: he encounters us ever anew, in the men and women who reflect his presence, in his word, in the sacraments, and especially in the Eucharist. In the Church's Liturgy, in her prayer, in the living community of believers, we experience the love of God, we perceive his presence and we thus learn to recognize that presence in our daily lives (17).” These are just a few ways that God makes Himself known to those who seek Him. Benedict does not leave us only with a litany of responses to the objection of an invisible and aloof God. He goes on to say:“He has loved us first and he continues to do so; we too, then, can respond with love. God does not demand of us a feeling which we ourselves are incapable of producing. He loves us, he makes us see and experience his love, and since he has “loved us first”, love can also blossom as a response within us (17).”But this love is not merely a sentiment. God loves us and is unchanging. For mankind, love as a sentiment is a marvelous first spark, but it is not the fullness of love (cf. 17). So, what is love? Truly, it is a decision, an act of the will. As Pope Benedict puts it, referencing the Roman Sallust:“Idem velle atque idem nolle —to want the same thing, and to reject the same thing—was recognized by antiquity as the authentic content of love: the one becomes similar to the other, and this leads to a community of will and thought (17).” This communion of will increases in a communion of thought and sentiment. So, as we grow in love of God, our will and God's will will increasingly coincide. In Benedict's words:“God's will is no longer for me an alien will, something imposed on me from without by the commandments, but it is now my own will, based on the realization that God is in fact more deeply present to me than I am to myself (17).” We need here to take a moment to remember how Benedict begins this letter:“Being Christian is not the result of an ethical choice or a lofty idea, but the encounter with an event, a person, which gives life a new horizon and a decisive direction (1).”So, what does this encounter with Jesus Christ, our God-man, do? Benedict beautifully paints us a picture:“Love of neighbor is thus shown to be possible in the way proclaimed by the Bible, by Jesus. It consists in the very fact that, in God and with God, I love even the person whom I do not like or even know. This can only take place on the basis of an intimate encounter with God, an encounter which has become a communion of will, even affecting my feelings. Then I learn to look at this other person not simply with my eyes and my feelings, but from the perspective of Jesus Christ. His friend is my friend. Going beyond exterior appearances, I perceive in others an interior desire for a sign of love, of concern. This I can offer them not only through the organizations intended for such purposes, accepting it perhaps as a political necessity. Seeing with the eyes of Christ, I can give to others much more than their outward necessities; I can give them the look of love which they crave (18).”More than merely being a more beautiful way of viewing the world, this love must be put into practice if we are to love God. As He has said to us: “Truly, I say to you, as you did it to one of the least of these my brothers, you did it to me (Mt. 25:40).” Likewise, if we are not seeking to encounter God, we never see anything special in the other. As Benedict teaches:“If I have no contact whatsoever with God in my life, then I cannot see in the other anything more than the other, and I am incapable of seeing in him the image of God. But if in my life I fail completely to heed others, solely out of a desire to be “devout” and to perform my “religious duties”, then my relationship with God will also grow arid. It becomes merely “proper”, but loveless. Only my readiness to encounter my neighbor and to show him love makes me sensitive to God as well. Only if I serve my neighbor can my eyes be opened to what God does for me and how much he loves me (18).”Pope Benedict ends part 1 of the letter by saying:“Love of God and love of neighbor are thus inseparable, they form a single commandment. But both live from the love of God who has loved us first. No longer is it a question, then, of a “commandment” imposed from without and calling for the impossible, but rather of a freely-bestowed experience of love from within, a love which by its very nature must then be shared with others. Love grows through love. Love is “divine” because it comes from God and unites us to God; through this unifying process it makes us a ‘we' which transcends our divisions and makes us one, until in the end God is ‘all in all' (1 Cor 15:28) (18).”Conclusion on Part IIn this first part of Deus Caritas Est, Pope Benedict XVI teaches us about the unity of eros and agape in creation and in salvation history. He speaks of the ambiguity of our modern sense of the word “love.” He outlines the differences between eros and agape and how they become one in God. We see the unique “newness” of the biblical faith - the love of a personal God! We see how Jesus Christ makes the love of God visible and tangible. And we learn more about the double commandment of loving God and loving neighbor, resulting from a transformative encounter with Jesus Christ. In part II, we will continue walking through this masterpiece on Christian Love, which focuses on the Practice of Love by the Church as a “Community of Love.”Thank you for reading Will Wright Catholic. This post is public so feel free to share it. This is a public episode. If you would like to discuss this with other subscribers or get access to bonus episodes, visit willwrightcatholic.substack.com
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Dr. Andy Staron, Associate Professor of Theology at St. Mary's Seminary and Graduate School of Theology, dives deeply into the depths of Pope Benedict's first encyclical. The three encyclicals that will be discussed: Deus Caritas Est: https://www.vatican.va/content/benedict-xvi/en/encyclicals/documents/hf_ben-xvi_enc_20051225_deus-caritas-est.html Spe Salvi: https://www.vatican.va/content/benedict-xvi/en/encyclicals/documents/hf_ben-xvi_enc_20071130_spe-salvi.html Caritas in Veritate: https://www.vatican.va/content/benedict-xvi/en/encyclicals/documents/hf_ben-xvi_enc_20090629_caritas-in-veritate.html If you are interested in learning more about the online M.A. in Pastoral Ministry Program for lay students at St. John's Seminary, email Dr. Stuart Squires at email@example.com
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Die Slowakei hautnah, Magazin über die Slowakei in deutscher Sprache
Nachrichten, Magazin - Was hat das Jahr 2022 den slowakischen Unternehmern gebracht und was erwarten sie vom neuen Jahr? - Der Vizevorsitzende der Slowakischen Industrie- und Handelskammer Július Kostolný im Gespräch für RSI. Caritas versus Kommerz: Aus der Geschichte der Weihnachtsfeiertage in Bratislava. Schritt für Schritt zur Beschäftigung: Projekt der Bratislavaer Erzdiözese-Caritas.
"You shall not steal."What does a just economic system look like? Is work necessary? Do wealthy nations have an obligation to help poorer ones?This episode covers Part Three, Section Two, Chapter Two, Article Seven of the Catechism of the Catholic Church (pts 2419-2463).Contact the podcast: firstname.lastname@example.org.Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/crashcoursecatholicism/.....References and further reading/listening/viewing:Pope Leo XIII Rerum NovarumJohn Paul II, Laborem Exercens.John Paul II, Centesimus AnnusBenedict XVI, Caritas in Veritate.Pope Francis, Laudato Si'.St Josemaria Escriva, Christ is Passing By, "Point 47"Word on Fire, "“Evangelization Is Colonialism”: Are We Sure About That?""Who we are: Human uniqueness and the African spirit of Ubuntu. Desmond Tutu, Templeton Prize 2013", YouTube.Catholic Relief Services, "Catholic Social Teaching", YouTube.Trocaire, "Catholic Social Teaching in 3 Minutes", YouTube.Word on Fire, "Pope Francis, 'Fratelli Tutti,' and the Universal Destination of Goods"Bishop Robert Barron, "Bishop Barron on Pope Francis and Our Responsibility for the Common Good"Australian Catholic University, "The Principles of Catholic Social Thought and The Common Good."Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith, "Doctrinal Note on some questions regarding the Participation of Catholics in Political Life"Vatican News, "'Fratelli tutti': short summary of Pope Francis's Social Encyclical"ABC News, "The architecture of peace: Pope Francis on social friendship and the hope for universal fraternity"Catholic News Agency, "Bishop Barron defends Junipero Serra: Evangelization is not ‘cultural aggression'"The Catholic Encyclopedia, "Corporal and Spiritual Works of Mercy"Elizabeth Gaskell, North and SouthE.M. Forster, Howards End
Neben den großen Krisen gab es noch viele andere Themen bei Total Sozial. Zum Beispiel den 100. Geburtstag der Caritas. Auch die Telefonseelsorge hat gefeiert und die Münchner Insel. Und dann gab es da noch die Themen, die für die beiden Moderatoren Korbinian Bauer und Brigitte Strauß wichtig waren: Der eine hat erfahren, dass er sein Radl nicht liebt und die andere, dass Hühner Wunder wirken können.
Crédits à la consommation, factures impayées, maisons de recouvrement, mises aux poursuites…À Morges, Caritas propose une formation pour comprendre les dessous de lʹendettement et les astuces pour lʹéviter. Sandrine a 35 ans et elle a accumulé des crédits à la consommation. Elle suit ces cours pour ne plus se sentir démunie. Reportage: Samuel Socquet Réalisation: Yves Roulin Production: Laurence Difélix
Der Leiter von Caritas International in Afghanistan, Stefan Recker, ist vorsichtig optimistisch, dass die Taliban das Arbeitsverbot für Mitarbeiterinnen von Nicht-Regierungsorganisationen wieder aufheben werden. In SWR Aktuell sagte Recker, es sei eine Frage der Zeit, er denke jedoch, dass man sich auf einen Kompromiss einigen könne. "Die Begründung der Taliban war, dass in Büros von verschiedenen Hilfsorganisationen die Regeln zur Bekleidung und zur Geschlechtertrennung nicht eingehalten worden sind. Wir werden den Taliban wahrscheinlich etwas zusichern müssen. Dann wird es weitergehen", so der Leiter von Caritas International in Kabul. Die katholische Hilfsorganisation hat gemeinsam mit anderen NGOs ihre Hilfe in Afghanistan vorerst eingestellt. Wie wichtig die Arbeit der Mitarbeiterinnen und ihr Zugang zu hilfsbedürftigen Frauen in Afghanistan ist, schildert Stefan Recker im Gespräch mit SWR Aktuell-Moderatorin Jenny Beyen.
Die Themen: Nach tödlichen Schüssen in Paris – Kurdische Großdemo geplant ++ Caritas warnt vor Finanzlücken ++ Pressezensur in Russland ++ Wintersturm in den USA ++ Großbritannien - Politischer Jahresrückblick ++ Die Energiespartipps der Politiker
Zukunft offen: buero.de will Karstadt Kaufhof doch nicht - Keine Feststimmung: Musikverlage in der Krise - Unterschätzt: Die Bedeutung kirchlicher Wohlfahrtsverbände - Ausgezählt: Statistiker haben alles im Blick - Moderation: Jörg Brunsmann Von Jörg Brunsmann.
Advent 4 2022 (Dec 18)Joseph is asked to become a step-father. This is an overwhelming task! Many in our congregation (and in my family) have been asked to assume responsibility for a child that is not their own. And like Joseph, they faithfully do this. God equips Joseph for this task; God does not leave Joseph alone — for God in Jesus Christ is “God with us” – “Immanuel”. He sends Joseph a person with a very different set of gifts and personality — Mary. Mary proclaims God with creative prose; Joseph sings to God through his quiet obedience.A reflection on how God works through our differences and ultimately even sin to draw us together in Christ. The Art Work is from a Caritas website on foster parenting.
Fast Fashion: Billigmode wird immer kurzlebiger. Die Trends von heute sind der Müll von morgen. Die Modebranche gehört zu den schmutzigsten Industrien weltweit. Die Wissenschaft sucht nach Lösungen, wie die Modeindustrie nachhaltiger werden könnte. «Einstein» über Wege weg von Fast Fashion. Was passiert mit den alten Kleidern? Jeder Europäer und jede Europäerin entsorgt jedes Jahr rund sieben Kilogramm Kleider bei einer Altkleidersammelstelle. Auch Bigna Silberschmidt hat für «Einstein» ihren Kleiderschrank ausgemistet. Sie bringt die aussortierten Teile zur Caritas in Emmen LU. Dort blickt sie hinter die Kulissen und erfährt, welche Kleider in einen Kleidersack gehören und welche nicht und was anschliessend damit passiert. Herausforderung Textilrecycling Das Textilrecycling steckt heute noch in den Kinderschuhen. Gerade mal ein Prozent der gebrauchten Textilien werden recycelt. Forschende der Hochschule Luzern erforschen, was es dazu braucht, wenn man aus alten Kleidern neue herstellen will. Biologisch abbaubar? Die stetig steigende Nachfrage nach Fast Fashion führt zu einem ökologischen Desaster. Sei es der gigantische Wasser- und Pestizidverbrauch beim Anbau von Baumwolle oder der Verbrauch von nicht erneuerbarem Erdöl – es braucht eine Lösung. Ein innovativer Schweizer Textil-Tüftler hat eine biologisch abbaubare Faser erfunden. Sein Ziel: die Textil-Welt retten.
Hier die Predigt beim gemeinsamen Gottesdienst der Mitarbeiterinnen und Mitarbeit in Ordinariat und Caritas im Bistum Passau.
Um homem de 28 anos foi preso na madrugada desta quarta-feira por suspeita de matar quatro crianças, que seriam seus filhos, em Alvorada. O ex-secretário de Turismo de Canela, Ângelo Sanches, foi preso preventivamente na manhã de hoje na décima fase da Operação Caritas. Começou hoje o pagamento do IPVA 2023 com descontos que podem chegar a 32%. O presidente eleito, Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva, escolheu o deputado federal eleito Luiz Marinho para comandar o Ministério do Trabalho. O incêndio na Estação Ecológica do Taim, no sul do Rio Grande do Sul, já atinge mil hectares de vegetação. Mais notícias em gzh.com.br
Este año el tradicional villancico de Navidad de Cáritas llega de la mano de ‘Siempre así'. El grupo sevillano se ha prestado generosamente a ser la banda musical de esta campaña navideña gracias a la acción solidaria de la Fundación San Pablo-CEU. Toda la recaudación de este villancico se destinará íntegramente a Cáritas Española. PARA VERLO Y ESCUCHARLO; PINCHA AQUI: https://youtu.be/6Js8lp2Pqv8
В Вильнюсе прошла третья Антивоенная Конференция Форума Свободной России. По мнению европарламентария Расы Юкнявичене, российская оппозиция— это будущее России.По инициативе благотворительной организации "Caritas" адвокаты и помощники юристов предоставляют бесплатные консультации бедным жителям страны и беженцам из Украины.Ведущая передачи Ольга Угрюмова
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In this episode:Pope moves on Caritas InternationalisDisgraced Cardinal Becciu recorded call with PopeNo fallout for Belgian bishops who gave same-sex blessingsCardinal Joseph Zen convicted by a Hong Kong courtEritrea bishop sent to dismal prisonPope's emotional letter for 9-month anniversary of Ukraine WarSupport the show
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Laudetur Jesus Christus - Ngợi khen Chúa Giêsu Kitô Radio Vatican hằng ngày của Vatican News Tiếng Việt. Nội dung chương trình hôm nay: 0:00 Bản tin 09:53 Lá Thư Vatican : Chung quanh vụ ban lãnh đạo Caritas quốc tế bị cách chức – tác giả Trần Đức Anh, OP 19:47 Bước Từng Bước : Khi Chúa thương - Liên lạc và hỗ trợ Vatican News Tiếng Việt qua email & Zelle: email@example.com Đăng ký nhận tin tức qua email: https://www.vaticannews.va/vi/newslet... Theo dõi / follow Kênh Vatican News Tiếng Việt tại: - Website: https://vaticannews.va/vi.html Mạng xã hội: - Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/c/VaticanNewsVI - Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/vaticannews.vi - Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/vaticannews.vi - Twitter: https://twitter.com/vaticannewsvi Podcast: Vatican News Tiếng Việt - Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/0CPs2j2... - Google Podcast: https://podcasts.google.com/feed/aHR0... - Apple Podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/vn/podcast... --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/vaticannews-vi/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/vaticannews-vi/support
Entrevista hecha dentro de la serie "Para encontrarnos, perdamos los miedos". La cultura del encuentro, la interculturalidad como forma de convivir, nos ayuda a vernos como personas, a entender que los símbolos externos nos diferencian y nos unen a los demás positivamentePARA VERLA Y ESCUCHARLA, PINCHA AQUI: https://youtu.be/gtqDKlZQKSc
Düsseldorfer Aufwacher — das Morgen-Briefing
Bei der Hilfsaktion "Eine Dose für Czernowitz" haben Düsseldorfer Schülerinnen und Schüler über 17.000 Konserven mit Lebensmitteln gesammelt. Diese werden in den nächsten Wochen in die Ukraine transportiert. Stadt und Caritas hatten zu dieser Aktion aufgerufen. Der Unfall am Rande des Weihnachtsmarktes in Düsseldorf sorgt für ein mulmiges Gefühl. Auch wenn dieser Unfall an jedem anderen Tag des Jahres hätte passieren können. Wir sprechen über die Sicherheit auf den Weihnachtsmärkten in NRW.
For Thanksgiving week, “Inside the Vatican” is bringing you a brief update on a few of the top Vatican stories from the last week. Up first, the way Catholics calculate when to celebrate Easter could be changing. This past Saturday, Nov. 19, Pope Francis met with Mar Awa III, Catholicos-Patriarch of the Assyrian Church of the East, which is an Eastern Christian church based in Iraq. In the meeting, the pope took the opportunity to express his support for the idea that Eastern and Western churches should celebrate Easter on the same date—usually they're about a week apart, with the Eastern Palm Sunday falling on the Western Easter. Echoing Vatican II, Pope Francis said that he is willing to accept any proposal for a common date of Easter provided that the other churches that are not in communion with Rome agree. Next, Pope Francis assigned a lay man and father of two as secretary of the Vatican's Dicastery for Laity, Family and Life last week. Gleison De Paula Souza is the first layperson to serve as second-in-command in this dicastery; three of the four top positions in that office are now held by lay people. Finally, on Nov. 22, Pope Francis overhauled the leadership of Caritas Internationalis, which is the church's charity arm; it includes 162 charitable groups including Catholic Charities USA and Catholic Relief Services. The pope removed Caritas' entire executive team after a review of the organization revealed management weaknesses that had damaged staff morale. Some current and former employees report bullying and favoritism within the organization's Rome headquarters. A statement from the Vatican made clear that there was no financial mismanagement or sexual misconduct. Links from the show: Pope Francis says Catholics are ready for a common Easter date with the Assyrian Church Pope Francis appoints a father of two to No. 2 spot at Vatican family office Pope Francis fires top leadership of Caritas Internationalis after review found poor staff morale Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Seit 2016 gibt es die Wunschzettelzone, eine Weihnachtsaktion für Menschen in Not in Rumänien. Da kann man z.B. Lebensmittelpakete schicken oder ganz spezielle Projekte realisieren. Darüber berichten Stefanie Hösl, vom Orts-Caritasverein in Thyrnau, und Mario Götz, Koordinator der Auslandshilfe der Caritas in Passau. Alle Infos auch unter: www.wunschzettel.zone
Happy Thanksgiving!!!! This week we welcome Will Highland, founder of Caritas Apparel. Caritas in Latin roughly translates to charity or the virtue of universal love. They believe that with great partnerships, unique products, and a little bit of love they can make the world a better place, one pair of socks at a time. Their first sock design is dedicated to ending veteran suicide and homelessness. Each day, more than 17 veterans commit suicide and 40,000 experience homelessness. Returning home, many Veterans experience post-traumatic stress, traumatic injuries, substance use disorder, housing insecurities, employment challenges, and more. War doesn't end on the battlefield, and Veterans need the help of businesses like Caritas Apparel. Will has partnered with the Veterans Community Project and Mission 22, giving back 20% of his companies earnings. Veterans Community Project is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization serving homeless and at-risk Veterans with tiny homes, wrap-around support services and emergency assistance,. Mission 22 is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization dedicated to ending Veteran suicide through programs that treat post-traumatic stress, traumatic brain injuries, military sexual trauma, and more. So take a moment over the Holiday weekend to give thanks for all of our blessings, and recognize those that are out there helping the veteran community. Crack open that old school can of cranberry, pile a mountain of mashed potatoes on your plate, and enjoy this week's interview.For more information about Caritas Apparel and to purchase their bamboo socks go to https://www.caritasapparel.com.For more information about the Veterans Community Project go to https://www.veteranscommunityproject.org.For more information about Mission 22 go to https://mission22.com.Please join our efforts in raising money to provide multi-cancer screening for at risk veterans. We have set up a fundraiser with Fund the First, all proceeds will go to the HunterSeven Foundation to purchase Galleri® Multi-Cancer Early Detection Test for veterans identified as high risk through their Immediate Needs Program. To make a donation or to find out more about our fundraiser go to https://fundthefirst.com/campaign/multi-cancer-screening-kits-for-veterans-3eiblv
Jan und Robert sehen sich selbst am "oberen Rand von jung" - und können darum auch noch von "wir" sprechen wenn es um eine Studie geht, die sich die Ängste und Sorgen von jungen Menschen in Deutschland anguckt. Warum Manuel Neuer bei der WM doch ohne "One Love"-Kapitänsbinde spielen wird (0:56). Warum jungen Deutschen Geld verdienen wieder wichtiger ist (8:16). Wie es nach dem schweren Erdbeben auf Indonesien aussieht (18:10) Ihr habt selbst Geldprobleme? Verschiedene lokale Stellen bieten Schuldnerberatungen an, z.B. Caritas und Diakonie. Am besten sucht ihr im Internet nach einer Schuldnerberatung in eurer Nähe. Unsere Kolleg:innen vom WDR-Wirtschaftspodcast Economista haben bereits mehrere Folgen dazu gemacht, wie wir mit weniger Geld über die Runden oder raus aus den Schulden kommen: http://www.wdr.de/k/Economista_AlleFolgen Solltet ihr unter Ängsten oder psychischen Problemen leiden findet ihr hier eine Übersicht passender Anlaufstellen: http://www.wdr.de/k/stiftung-gesundheitswissen_Hilfsangebote_Uebersicht Hier findet ihr außerdem eine Übersicht, wann eine Therapie in Frage kommt, welche Therapieformen es gibt, wie man eine:n Therapeut:in findet und was davon die Krankenkasse bezahlt: http://www.wdr.de/k/Psychotherapie Ihr habt Lob, Kritik oder einen Themenwunsch? Schickt uns eine Sprachnachricht an 01512 15071635 oder eine Mail an firstname.lastname@example.org Mehr News aus unserem Team: www.instagram.com/tickr.news Von 0630.
Theemen haut: Retarde bei Energie-Primmen, 1. Deel vum Politmonitor, Croix-rouge an humanitär Lag am Niger, Caritas an onbegleet Mineuren a Portrait Mats Wenzel
Caritas Española,. Trabajo de Cáritas en 6 meses de guerraPara ESCUCHAR Y VEREL VIDEO; PINCHA AQUI: https://youtu.be/oLCSzPkoTVE
En este vídeo Yolanda, participante de Cáritas, nos cuenta las dificultades que está pasando su familia, las renuncias que han tenido que hacer en estos últimos meses y cómo intentan salir adelante sin perder la esperanza.LPARA ESCUCHARLO y VERLO, PINCHA AQUI: https://youtu.be/3SLExg9n1jY
Theemen haut: Läich zu Tréier, Caritas a Croix rouge: Appell fir Kleedersammlung, Iechternacher Gemengerot, Dammenhandball an de Salon Helen Buchholz. Handballdamen ( R.Thill) Helen Buchholz ( S.Elsen)
Patrick O'Dowd, the director of Caritas Salford, spoke to us recently to give an overview of what the charity is doing to ease the burdens of struggling families in the north west of England. Patrick relayed some shocking statistics about the devastating effects of the crisis, with hundreds of thousands of children lacking the bare essentials, families plunged into precarious positions, and even households with one member working are struggling to make ends meet. Caritas Salford is part of the Caritas Social Action Network, an agency of the Catholic Bishops' Conference of England and Wales. Subscribe You can subscribe to our Catholic News podcasts via Apple Podcasts or Spotify.
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Patrick O'Dowd, the director of Caritas Salford, spoke to us recently to give an overview of what the charity is doing to ease the burdens of struggling families in the north west of England. Patrick relayed some shocking statistics about the devastating effects of the crisis, with hundreds of thousands of children lacking the bare […]
Richard discusses the attack on Nancy Pelosi's husband, the state of charity and empathy in American society, and speaks with guest Patricia Neal. “Richard Bey Talk” brings Richard Bey to podcasting, with thought provoking entertainment and humor, exploring society and culture, entertainment, news, and politics. Richard is joined by broadcast professional Albert Reinoso to comment on what's happening around us all. Richard Bey is an American talk show host, popular in the 1990's as host of daytime TV's “The Richard Bey Show”, about ordinary people's personal stories, topical news, and personal interviews. Richard Bey has since hosted national radio shows on ABC Radio, SiriusXM Satellite Radio, and “The Wall Street Journal: This Morning.” Follow Richard Bey and "Richard Bey Talk," like and please subscribe: Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/beytalk YouTube – Richard Bey Talk https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCtpY2hIgbzRVvZEcwRc45Hw Spotify (Audio or Video Podcast) - https://open.spotify.com/show/2ySoVTOVeSal8XqXBlmToI Find “Richard Bey Talk” on podcast directories like Google Podcasts, and Apple Podcasts. Like and SUBSCRIBE so you won't miss an episode. Thank you.
In our special Mission podcast we talk to Kirsty Robertson, the CEO of Caritas Australia. Kirsty has previously featured on our podcasts speaking about Caritas' role in helping the people of Ukraine following the invasion by Russia and the importance of Project Compassion during Lent. Caritas Australia is the Catholic Church's international aid and development agency and is part of one of the largest humanitarian networks in the world. Recently returned from Ethiopia, Kirsty speaks about the dire consequences families are facing in Ethiopia and how they are struggling to even find water for their children. She says conflict and drought are proving to be a deadly combination in the African nation. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/figuring-out-families/message
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La giornata politica con Barbara Fiammeri, commentatrice politica del Sole 24 Ore. Uk: Sunak proclamato nuovo leader dei conservatori inglesi. Ci colleghiamo con Giorgia Scaturro. Vaia (Spallanzani): "Basta con i bollettini Covid". Il commento di Matteo Bassetti, direttore della Clinica Malattie Infettive dell'Ospedale San Martino di Genova. La diocesi romana lancia la "bolletta sospesa". Sentiamo Giustino Trincia, direttore della Caritas diocesana di Roma.
Sono 477mila le assunzioni di personale programmate dalle imprese per ottobre e 1,2 milioni quelle per il trimestre ottobre-dicembre, con una flessione rispetto all'anno precedente del 5,4% nel mese (-27mila lavoratori) e del 10,4% nel trimestre. È il risultato delle difficoltà legate al caro energia "Ma c'è un altro problema da evidenziare: non si trovano più le figure professionali - sottolinea Andrea Prete, presidente di Unioncamere -. Mancano dai pasticceri ai cuochi e dipende da vari fattori, non solo quello economico, perché se così fosse avremmo un riequilibrio dal mercato, invece mancano proprio le figure professionali perché c'è disallineamento formativo e calo demografico". Ne parliamo proprio con Andrea Prete, presidente di Unioncamere, e Francesco Seghezzi, direttore fondazione ADAPT, centro studi su lavoro e occupazione fondato da Marco Biagi. Non si ferma l inflazione, a settembre +8,9% su base annua. E la povertà nel 2021 è ai massimi storici A settembre i prezzi al consumo segnano un aumento di tre decimi di punto su base mensile e un +8,9% su base annua contro il +8,4% di agosto. Si confermano così le stime preliminari dell Istat. Nel mese l inflazione di fondo, al netto degli energetici e degli alimentari freschi, accelera da +4,4% a +5% e quella al netto dei soli beni energetici da +5% a +5,5%. L inflazione acquisita per il 2022 è pari a +7,1% per l'indice generale e a +3,6% per la componente di fondo. I maggiori rincari coinvolgono la spesa alimentare che passa a +11,4% dal precedente +10,4% mentre i servizi ricreativi, culturali e per la cura della persona toccano il +5,7% dal +4,6%. Inoltre il nuovo Rapporto della Caritas italiana, diffuso oggi in occasione della Giornata internazionale di lotta alla povertà, certifica che nel 2021 la povertà assoluta conferma i suoi massimi storici toccati nel 2020, anno di inizio della pandemia da Covid-19. Le famiglie in povertà assoluta risultano 1 milione 960mila, pari a 5.571.000 persone (il 9,4% della popolazione residente). Approfondiamo il tema con Massimo Baldini, docente di Scienza delle Finanze presso l'Università di Modena e Reggio Emilia. L'allarme di Tavares: «L'Ue difenda i costruttori dall'assalto di Pechino» L'edizione 2022, la prima post pandemia, del salone di Parigi sarà ricordata non tanto per il ritorno della Renault 4 o il lancio della Jeep elettrica Avenger, quanto piuttosto per essere stata la prima vera rassegna internazionale dove si è vista tutta la potenza di fuoco dei costruttori cinesi con Byd in testa che sull elettrico hanno conquistato un vantaggio competitivo azzerando o quasi il gap con gli europei. E il pericolo cinese agita i sonni di Carlos Tavares, il ceo di Stellantis che invoca un "rafforzamento" dell'Europa rispetto alla concorrenza dei costruttori automobilistici Pechino. Rispondendo ai cronisti a margine del Salone dell'Auto di Parigi, Tavares, chiede una maggiore "reciprocità" tra i mercati europeo e cinese. "Credo si debba chedere all'Ue di rafforzare il mercato europeo dinanzi ai produttori cinesi". Per Tavares, "non c'è motivo" che si renda l'accesso al mercato europeo facile per i cinesi senza avere in cambio il contrario. Ne parliamo con Flavia Carletti di Radiocor.
Domani martedì 18 ottobre, alle ore 15.00, deputati e senatori sono convocati in parlamento per la costituzione dei gruppi parlamentari con l'elezione dei rispettivi presidenti. Sarà poi il turno dell'elezione di vicepresidenti, questori e segretari di Camera e Senato, ed è già da giovedì 20 ottobre che potrebbero partire le consultazioni con Mattarella. Il tempo corre veloce e il governo ha i giorni contati e le urgenze sul tavolo sono molteplici, innazitutto il nuovo decreto aiuti per contrastare il caro energia per famiglie e imprese, dopodiché bisogna affrettarsi per formulare la manovra di bilancio. Ne parliamo con Gianni Trovati de Il Sole 24 Ore. Giallo Cina, pubblicazione dei dati Pil bloccati nei giorni del Congresso È giallo in Cina perché il governo ha bloccato oggi la diffusione dei dati sul PIL. Rinvio senza spiegazioni, ma sullo sfondo c'è il Ventesimo Congresso del Partito Comunista iniziato ieri 16 ottobre: che sta succedendo a Pechino? Approfondiamo il tema con Alessandro Plateroti de il direttore di Notizie.it. Non si ferma l inflazione, a settembre +8,9% su base annua. E la povertà nel 2021 è ai massimi storici A settembre i prezzi al consumo segnano un aumento di tre decimi di punto su base mensile e un +8,9% su base annua contro il +8,4% di agosto. Si confermano così le stime preliminari dell Istat. Nel mese l inflazione di fondo, al netto degli energetici e degli alimentari freschi, accelera da +4,4% a +5% e quella al netto dei soli beni energetici da +5% a +5,5%. L inflazione acquisita per il 2022 è pari a +7,1% per l'indice generale e a +3,6% per la componente di fondo. I maggiori rincari coinvolgono la spesa alimentare che passa a +11,4% dal precedente +10,4% mentre i servizi ricreativi, culturali e per la cura della persona toccano il +5,7% dal +4,6%. Inoltre il nuovo Rapporto della Caritas italiana, diffuso oggi in occasione della Giornata internazionale di lotta alla povertà, certifica che nel 2021 la povertà assoluta conferma i suoi massimi storici toccati nel 2020, anno di inizio della pandemia da Covid-19. Le famiglie in povertà assoluta risultano 1 milione 960mila, pari a 5.571.000 persone (il 9,4% della popolazione residente). Ne parliamo con Massimo Baldini, docente di Scienza delle Finanze presso l'Università di Modena e Reggio Emilia.
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Povertà per quasi il 10% degli italiani secondo la Caritas, il cardinale Zuppi: "Reddito di cittadinanza da mantenere e migliorare". Ne parliamo con Federica De Lauso dell'Ufficio Studi di Caritas, che ha curato la ricerca. Il congresso del Partito Comunista Cinese. Ne parliamo con Marco di Liddo, analista del CeSI.
Welcome to Angel season 3 episode 9. This is the one with a baby!!! Darla finally gives "birth" and it's a boy. Why did I put "birth" in quotation marks? Listen and find out. We can all get together at Caritas tomorrow and talk about it, right? Thanks for listening!
En los últimos años estamos asistiendo a grandes cambios socio económicos y cada vez son más las voces que se posicionan de una manera crítica frente a los postulados de la economía capitalista imperante y términos como economía del bien común, economía humanista, economía de la gratuidad van tomando forma. Pero ¿realmente podemos hablar de otra economía?, ¿es posible generar riqueza poniendo en el centro a las personas y al cuidado del medio ambiente?
19 September 2022 | St. Januarius | Menlo Park, Calif. This week, I'm excited to welcome Rachel from the Dickens Chronological Reading Club to talk about Dickens's high-contrast fiction and that Pickwickian light that shines all the more brightly in darkness. We also consider the Prophet Elijah, leader and father of Carmelites, and what it means to go up the mountain to meet God. Plus, one simple lesson I learned about vocal technique can have a positive impact on every area of our lives! Send me a message at inyourembrace.com/contact to let me know you're listening! Opening music: “Caritas abundavit in omnia,” composed by St. Hildegard of Bingen, sung by Gregoriana Amsterdam, 2010. All rights reserved. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/in-your-embrace/message
PARA ESCUCHARLO Y VERLOPINCHA AQUI: https://youtu.be/oLCSzPkoTVE