Recent Editorial

  • The Pope cannot solve the world’s problems

    Apr 16, 2022

    Pope Francis deserves our admiration, prayers and support for his tireless efforts to promote peace and goodwill among nations, peoples and religions, and for constantly reminding us that everything and everybody in the universe are interconnected.

  • The race to lie

    Apr 16, 2022

    Following shock and astonishment, the urgency now is to gather the evidence. The crime scene extends over several streets of Bucha.

  • Editor’s Note

    Apr 08, 2022

    As Lent draws to a close and we start preparing for Holy Week, let’s take some time to slow down, stop and focus. For hundreds of millions of Christians around the world, Holy Week (from Palm Sunday to Easter) symbolises the very heart of our entire faith, encapsulated into a few days.

  • No such thing as a just war!

    Apr 08, 2022

    For Pope, choosing sides means choosing ‘blueprint’ of peace

  • The three key aspects of Pope Francis’ apology

    Apr 08, 2022

    While the papal apology has historical, cultural, political and economic aspects, the Holy Father treated this primarily as a religious one, at the service of healing and reconciliation as gifts from God.

  • Editor’s Note

    Apr 01, 2022

    Someone recently mentioned that it’s only natural for people to seek self-glorification. The message implied was that, when people talk about their work, it’s because they want recognition. They want to be acknowledged for their hard work, contribution and capability.

  • The history behind Praedicate Evangelium

    Mar 25, 2022

    Francis was elected pope in 2013 with a mandate to reform the huge and inefficient Vatican bureaucracy. Soon after his election, he appointed a cabinet of cardinal advisors who have met regularly since then to help him write the document released on March 19.

  • Pope reforms curia, stresses on evangelisation and laity

    Mar 25, 2022

    Nine years after taking office, Pope Francis promulgated his constitution reforming the Roman Curia, a project he began with his international Council of Cardinals shortly after taking office in 2013.

  • Guest Editorial — Tony Magliano

    Mar 18, 2022

    On a rainy evening in Rome, two Lents ago, a solitary elderly man in white, climbed the numerous steps leading to the front of St Peter’s Basilica.

  • Editor’s Note

    Mar 11, 2022

    For many, the season of Lent is marked with personal sacrifice – while some will undertake to eat or do a task they dislike, for others it will be a time for giving up excess in the form of food, drink or activities that detract us from the process of self-reflection.