Opening doors

Synodality is about the Risen Lord coming in our midst and inviting us to OPEN DOORS, the doors that have been kept locked by our fears

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“If Marcos really intends to continue the ‘war on drugs’ within the framework of the law ... he should cooperate more closely with the ICC"

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Hong Kong is fast being subsumed into Beijing's blueprint for southern China

Far-flung Hong Kong diaspora linked by ‘shared destiny’

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US Supreme Court ‘lurches’ to the right

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"We continue to suffer the drug problem. It won't go away because of the lure of billions for traffickers," said President Rodrigo Duterte

Philippine First Lady expected to play key role as ‘number one adviser’

The 62-year-old lawyer, nicknamed "Liza,” shuns the public spotlight and rarely gives media interviews
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