The archbishop of Denver wrote that violence in the name of religion, be it the terrorist attacks of 13 years ago or the current atrocities perpetuated by ISIS and Boko Haram, is a reflection of a hatred of God.
September 3, 2014
by ANDREA GAGLIARDUCCI/CNA/EWTN NEWS
Archbishop Silvano Tomasi told a Rimini, Italy, gathering last month, ‘As people grow up, they want to change things … and if some of these values are not provided, are not concretely realized, then the temptation to look for some other solution becomes very strong.’
In a letter to National Security Adviser Susan Rice, Des Moines Bishop Richard Pates encouraged the U.S. government to assist the Nigerian people in building a safer society. Pope Francis has been praying for the release of the young women and encouraging others to do so via Twitter.
Catholic firefighter, who was assigned to the department's counseling unit the day before the attacks, looks back on the evil and the good that came out of the attacks. In the end, he lives by the question: 'What does God want me to get out of this?'