As CBN News has reported last month, a report released by a Nigerian organization estimates around 620 Christians were killed in the African country by Islamic militants during the first five months of 2020 alone.
The challenge for us, as individuals and as a society, is that two contradictory realities are simultaneously true. Our approach to pandemic containment works, but our approach to pandemic is causing suffering, eroding physical and mental health, and increasing the deaths of old people.
In some countries, especially developing nations, the only chance a child might have at growing up in a safe, loving, permanent home is intercountry adoption.
The Navajo Nation, which encompasses portions of Arizona, New Mexico, and Utah with a population of 173,667 as of the 2010 census, has been devastated by at least 5,661 confirmed cases of the virus – a reality that Catholic Extension, which works to support some of the poorest regions in the country, believes could further cripple one of the nation’s most abandoned and forgotten communities.
According to Vatican News Polish, Francis donated 10,000$ to a campaign ran by Polish missionaries to fight #Covid_19.
I had a talk with lay missionary Dominika Szkatula about what the church is doing in Peru's Amazon region to fight the pandemic: https://t.co/UMpY6q90uk
— Ines San Martin (@inesanma) June 9, 2020
8. Heather Mac Donald: Defunding the NYPD is madness after the thousands of black lives they have saved:
The claim that better funded social services can deliver public safety is baseless. New York City tried that experiment for decades and it was a resounding failure. No city spent more on welfare, yet crime continued to rise. Only Compstat policing reversed the chronic lawlessness of New York.
I had to say something about the American politicians shameless and ignorantly using the Kente fabric as a prop in their virtue signaling.
*I’m usually more mild mannered than this so please forgive me, I’m upset. pic.twitter.com/aZMjgsHujS
— Obianuju Ekeocha (@obianuju) June 8, 2020
15. Daily Mail: Singing Syrian football fans perch high up on balconies and rooftops as the country’s Premier League returns after a two-month coronavirus suspension and matches are played behind closed doors