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- Peter-John Pearson

Artistic Panel in the Hospital de la Providencia chapel in San Salvador where Romero was murdered in 1980. // Ricardo da Silva SJ

The canonisation of murdered Archbishop Oscar Romero of El Salvador was greatly contested within the Church. His model Christian life was a threat to his brother clerics who found his ways too radical and too challenging of their own lifestyles. They saw him as a very dangerous counterpoint. A man who was unafraid to challenge the unforgiving Salvadoran military forces. Many sought to have him silenced and removed. Ultimately he was killed for his Gospel convictions. Peter-John Pearson, Vicar General […]

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Fr Peter-John Pearson, Vicar General of Cape Town in St Peter's Square. // Russell Pollitt SJ

Fr Peter-John Pearson, Vicar General of the Archdiocese of Cape Town and Director of the Catholic Parliamentary Liaison Office, is in Rome for the canonisation of seven new saints. Among the seven we can now officially call saint was Archbishop Oscar Romero of El Salvador, “the martyr for justice”. Watch as Fr Peter-John shares with us his impressions of this momentous occasion at St Peter’s Square in the Vatican yesterday, 14 October 2018. He says it is “a huge affirmation of […]

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- Anthony Egan SJ

Façade of St Peter's Basilica in Vatican City adorned with portraits of seven new saints. // Vatican News

Today, 14 October 2018, will go down in history as the day that Pope Francis recognised seven new saints: Pope Paul VI, Archbishop Oscar Romero, Francesco Spinelli, Vincenzo Romano, Maria Caterina Kasper, Nazaria Ignazia of Saint Teresa of Jesus, and Nunzio Sulprizio. Here, Fr Anthony Egan SJ looks at the lives of two prominent and complex figures of our Catholic faith, Oscar Romero and Paul VI, drawing comparisons between them and showing their long, contested and controversial path to sainthood. Among the canonisations celebrated in Rome today, […]

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- Ricardo da Silva SJ

Elvert Barnes, Flickr

Pope Francis has received the resignation of Cardinal Donald Wuerl of Washington after weeks of mounting pressure for the senior US prelate to resign. The resignation comes after serious allegations that he did not act on sexual abuse committed by priests under his watch. The Holy See announced at midday on Friday 12 October that Pope Francis has accepted the resignation of the Archbishop of Washington DC, Cardinal Donald Wuerl. The resignation comes after much criticism and controversy over that […]

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- Janine Scott-dos Santos

CIE Thabiso Skills Institute

Last week's Jobs Summit held in Johannesburg at President Cyril Ramaphosa's behest, highlighted the great urgency to adequately equip young people for the world of work. Janine Scott-dos Santos, an HR professional, presents the work of the Catholic Institute of Education's (CIE) Thabiso Skills Institute, an organisation that is going to great lengths to teach young people the skills and work ethic needed to be workplace ready and keep a job. As someone who works in HR, I get exposed […]

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- Fikile-Ntsikelelo Moya

Stateless children playing in Musina. // Rampeoane Hlobo SJ

A problem which we don’t hear very much about is that of statelessness. It’s almost taken for granted that one automatically gains citizenship from their land of birth. This proves the oblivion in which we live. The complicated reality that exists for far too many who are not able to claim citizenship is a despicable fate suffered by so many in our world. The problems are unthinkably tragic and have disastrous consequences. Read on to hear what Fikile-Ntsikelelo Moya learned […]

The post I’m a stateless child so I can’t go to school — Thabo’s story appeared first on spotlight.africa.

- Russell Pollitt SJ

General Assembly of the Synod on Young People at the Vatican. // Vatican Media

Today at the Synod briefing the press were told that a repeated theme in conversation in the Synod assembly was how the Church can be part of the digital world. For this, the Church needs “digital missionaries” reports Russell Pollitt SJ from the Vatican. Dr Paolo Ruffini, Prefect of the Vatican Dicastery for Communications, started the briefing by listing a number of issues that had been spoken about in the general congregation of the Synod. He said that migration both […]

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- Fikile-Ntsikelelo Moya

eNCA, YouTube

Clergy sex abuse continues to be exposed across the world. This week a South African man spoke publicly about how he was sexually abused by a priest. Fikile-Ntiskelelo Moya says accountability and action cannot come soon enough. The revelation this week by William Segodisho that he was sexually abused by a Jesuit priest in Johannesburg, shows the high price of preferring a see-no-evil-hear-no-evil approach. Segodisho repeated the revelations first made to Johannesburg newspaper The Saturday Star earlier this year. There, […]

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- Russell Pollitt SJ

Bishop Mandla Jwara // Russell Pollitt SJ

During the mid-morning break at the Synod of Bishops in Rome Russell Pollitt SJ spoke to a South African bishop about his impressions of the Synod. Bishop Mandla Jwara from the Vicariate of Ingwavuma is one of three South African bishops present at the gathering. Cardinal Wilfrid Napier and Bishop Stan Dziuba are also at the Synod. Bishop Jwara heads up the mostly rural vicariate in the north-east of South Africa which borders eSwatini (formerly Swaziland) and Mozambique He says […]

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- Fikile-Ntsikelelo Moya

Mobilus in Mobili, Flickr

Reducing the Dros and Cosby rape cases to anything other than rape, be it race, gender or station in life, blinds us from the primary duty we have to the victims. By focussing on such polemics we fail in an essential aspect of justice: the respect, protection and compassion due to all victims and survivors of rape and sexual assault, irrespective of who they may be, says Fikile-Ntsikelelo Moya. Who is the victim of rape or sexual assault, what is their […]

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- Lawrence Mduduzi Ndlovu

Jcomp, Freepik

Disturbing details are beginning to emerge of an elaborate billion-rand bank robbery seemingly orchestrated by senior politicians, government officials and top-earning corporate professionals. Media reports in recent days have consisted in whodunnit investigations. But for Lawrence Ndlovu there is a far more distressing scandal that needs to be addressed. What of the bank’s poorest customers who trustingly deposited their hard-won savings in its vault?     One of the most frustrating experiences for those who follow news and public discourse is […]

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- Mphuthumi Ntabeni

EFF Deputy President Floyd Shivambu who is said to be implicated in VBS bank heist scandal. // Facebook remixed by Ricardo da Silva SJ

Corruption seems to have an unbridled hold on our institutions and it is time we welcome any and all attempts to expose situations and people that have allowed it to fester. Mputhumi Nthabeni welcomes calls to investigate and reform institutions that have gone unchallenged. In The Name Of God is Mercy Pope Francis cautions against the deadly dangers of corruption. He mentions the double life that corruption compels us to lead when it is elevated into a system. It becomes “a […]

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- Paul Trewhela

Winnie Mandela at the Champ-de-Mars in Montreal, June 19, 1990. //Archives de la Ville de Montréal

From the time of Winnie Mandela’s death earlier this year, we have been flooded with writings on the life of this complex South African figurehead. Many suggest that her importance and the key roles she played during apartheid were only overshadowed by her heroic ex-husband, Nelson Mandela. There is a posthumous move by her supporters to gain for her the respect and applause they believe she so rightly deserves — and has been denied. But such credit won’t be easily […]

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- Mike Batley

Encyclopædia Britannica

This month marks 20 years that the final report of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission (TRC) was issued. The TRC has been highly criticised for not having gone far enough in its reconciliation agenda. On the occasion of this important anniversary, Mike Batley interrogates this claim and questions whether we have really understood its findings. Have we accepted the obligation that rests on us and checked our privileges? It is the duty of those who benefited so much to contribute […]

The post The work of SA’s Truth and Reconciliation Commission needs to continue — with us appeared first on spotlight.africa.

- Fikile-Ntsikelelo Moya

Women refugees and asylum seekers gather vegetables from NGO FutureFamilies. The NGO helps keep refugee families together and integrate them into their new communities. [Rampeoane Hlobo SJ]

Women bear more than their fair share of the burdens left by the violent conflicts existing across Africa. Fikile-Ntsikelelo Moya recently visited a women’s shelter run by religious sisters near the Zimbabwe-South Africa border. There, he spoke to women trying to rebuild their lives and make sense of where they now find themselves. Here is the devastating story of Shakira, not her real name, who awaits a ray of hope in the form of recognised refugee status. Hope, that only […]

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- Mike Pothier

President Cyril Ramaphosa prepares SONA 2018 speech, Cape Town. // Photo: GCIS

The positive significance of two recent political developments in South Africa cannot be overstated. The voluntary resignation of Mr Nhlanhla Nene and the unprecedented decision by President Cyril Rampahosa not to exercise the right to use his unilateral power to appoint the new NPA head but to seek external advice. For Mike Pothier these indicate that significant ethical change is taking place at the uppermost levels of national governance. Recent weeks have brought news of two very significant and positive […]

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- Puleng Matsaneng

Wikipedia remixed by Ricardo da Silva SJ

We live in a time where corruption is rife—in our country and our world—and every day brings new revelations of nefarious dealings by politicians or other senior members of society. Puleng Matsaneng looks at our present state of corruption and asks whether the phenomenon is altogether new in South Africa or whether we are just more aware of it in the present time. She suggests corruption has been with us always—old and new South Africa alike. Over the past few […]

The post Nothing has changed: corruption before and after democracy appeared first on spotlight.africa.

- Paulina French

Fancycrave, Pexels

There has been much talk of zero-rated VAT following the unprecedented increase to 15% earlier this year, just as Nhlanhla Nene the now ex-Minister of Finance took to the helm of the national coffers. Paulina French has been following the complex and technical high-level discussions on 0% VAT items and unpacks these here for us. She suggests that it is unlikely that this will bring to the poor the relief they desperately need. We can only hope that Mr Tito […]

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- Annemarie Paulin-Campbell

Arthur Carron, Facebook

As a psychologist and spiritual director, Dr Annemarie Paulin-Campbell has received and counselled victims of clergy sexual abuse. The sexual abuse crisis in the Church looms large and we need to understand the long-term psychological, physical and spiritual effects of abuse on those whom this evil has been inflicted, as she carefully and painfully explains. The recent release of the Pennsylvania Grand Jury report revealed that over the course of 70 years 300 perpetrators in six states sexually abused at […]

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- Mphuthumi Ntabeni

Why public hearings on land must continue

Much undue criticism has come from the parliamentary process of holding public assemblies across the country giving diverging South African constituencies the opportunity to hear and to speak on the issue of land expropriation without compensation. Mphuthumi Ntabeni reflects on the need for such public hearings in a still fledgeling constitutional democracy such as ours. The sometimes dramatic public hearings that have been taking place across South Africa form part of the constitutional process debating the proposed amendments to Section 25 […]

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- Fikile-Ntsikelelo Moya

Women refugees and asylum seekers gather vegetables from NGO FutureFamilies. The NGO helps keep refugee families together and integrate them into their new communities. [Rampeoane Hlobo SJ]

Women bear more than their fair share of the burdens left by the violent conflicts existing across Africa. Fikile-Ntsikelelo Moya recently visited a women’s shelter run by religious sisters near the Zimbabwe-South Africa border. There, he spoke to women trying to rebuild their lives and make sense of where they now find themselves. Here is the devastating story of Shakira, not her real name, who awaits a ray of hope in the form of recognised refugee status. Hope, that only […]

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- Mphuthumi Ntabeni

Public domain

Educational authorities in South Africa have announced their decision to introduce KiSwahili to the pool of additional languages available to school learners. This decision has met with a controversial reception. Mphuthumi Nthabeni presents the arguments being made against its inclusion in the curriculum and argues that we would be ill-informed and unwise to reject the additional language. I don’t really understand the bases for the objections that are being levelled against the introduction of KiSwahili in our schools’ national curriculum. […]

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- Fikile-Ntsikelelo Moya

Louis Hansel | Unsplash

The Constitutional Court in South Africa has ruled  that adults found using, in private possession of, or cultivating dagga for their personal use will not be prosecuted. The ruling is a controversial one that has sparked reactions from all sides. For Fikile-Ntsikelelo Moya the ConCourt decision leads him to consider the curious relationship that can exist between legality and morality. He is not much concerned with the particular ruling – his is a more philosophical investigation. One does not need […]

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- Mphuthumi Ntabeni

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In an open letter to the South African President, Mphuthumi Nthabeni cautions President Cyril Ramaphosa about being too worried or paying disproportionate atttention to seemingly dominating and overly-pessimistic narratives concerning our current state of economic affairs. He also uses the letter as an opportunity to convey what he sees as the wisdom of Catholic Social Teaching with respect to the economy, that it needs always to be at the service of the common good. Dear President Ramaphosa I was extremely […]

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- Anthony Egan SJ

Flickr

“There is no state that is captured”, this was the much-reported remark of Jacob Zuma as he addressed university students at Walter Sisulu University in the Eastern Cape earlier this week. Anthony Egan, moral theologian, ethicist and Jesuit priest looks at the outrageous claim put forward by the former president and assesses whether it has any merit.  “I want the people to know that they still have two out of three branches of the government working for them, and that […]

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Pope recognises illicitly ordained Chinese bishops

Saturday 22 September 2018 saw the signing of an agreement between the Vatican and China which is set to be a watershed moment in diplomatic and church relations, after years of much controversy and turmoil between them, reports Hannah Brockhaus.  After the signing of a provisional Vatican-China deal on the nomination of bishops, on Saturday 22 September 2018, the Vatican announced Pope Francis’ recognition of seven illicitly ordained Chinese bishops. The decision was made “with a view to sustaining the […]

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- Mphuthumi Ntabeni

Flickr, remixed by Ricardo da Silva SJ

Fearmongering seems to be the present modus operandi and the motor force for delivering fake news. Many are finding themselves brainwashed and worshipping at the feet of the purveyors of falsehoods. Mphuthumi Nthabeni looks at widely reported fears held throughout Africa, especially with respect to the exponential levels of Chinese interest and investment across the continent. Is it simply mere self-interest and a ploy for continental takeover? The situation We’ve recently seen one Western leader after another visit African states. What’s […]

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- Ricardo da Silva SJ

Vatican Media

Responding to the shameful abuse crisis plaguing the Catholic Church at present, Pope Francis has called the president of every bishops’ conference around the world to a meeting at the Vatican next year. Following extensive criticism of the Holy Father and the Church hierarchy for not taking concrete actions, the Vatican has now announced a major step in addressing the matter of sexual abuse of minors by clergy. On Wednesday, 12 September 2018, the Vatican press office communicated that Pope  Francis has […]

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- Fikile-Ntsikelelo Moya

Young pregnant and poor — a global reality

Earlier this week we reported on the Stats SA report on live births and the startling revelations it contained of pregnancy among young South African girls. In light of this, Fikile-Ntsikelelo Moya was keen to investigate whether there was an international trend with respect to teenage pregnancy. Worryingly, it appears that motherhood at a young age is a world phenomenon that sets our young girls on a sad life trajectory. This affects not only their long-term physical wellbeing but also any prospects […]

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- Annemarie Paulin-Campbell

Arthur Carron, Facebook

As a psychologist and spiritual director, Dr Annemarie Paulin-Campbell has received and counselled victims of clergy sexual abuse. The sexual abuse crisis in the Church looms large and we need to understand the long-term psychological, physical and spiritual effects of abuse on those whom this evil has been inflicted, as she carefully and painfully explains. The recent release of the Pennsylvania Grand Jury report revealed that over the course of 70 years 300 perpetrators in six states sexually abused at […]

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- Mphuthumi Ntabeni

REVIEW — I’m Still Here: Black Dignity In a World Made For Whiteness

Present happenings in South Africa show a growing urgency and a desperate need for talking about racism; but perhaps in ways that, before, we have been too afraid or too uncomfortable to do. We need to build firm and sustainable bridges between black and white people that do not ignore the pain wrought and the anger that is still widely felt. In this review by Mphuthumi Nthabeni he shares the living struggles of black American Christian author, Austin Channing Brown, and […]

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- Mphuthumi Ntabeni

REVIEW — Women, power and the reinforcement of patriarchy

August is a time dedicated to the advancement of women, but despite lots of talk over the years, little has changed. Mphuthumi Ntabeni looks at Mary Beard's seminal book on the origins of misogyny and modern society perpetuates these. 

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- Mphuthumi Ntabeni

REVIEW — Pope Francis: Life & Revolution — A Biography of Jorge Bergoglio

Pope Francis: Life and Revolution – A Biography of Jorge Bergoglio (foreword by Sean Patrick O’Malley OFM Cap). Loyola Press, Elisabette Piqué. ISBN-10: 0829442170. 313 pages. I usually get put off quickly by hagiography – books of admiration. Elisabetta Piqué’s book, Pope Francis: Life & Revolution, starts too much on this note and I nearly put it down. I am grateful I persevered. In the beginning the book reflects on the personality and character of the Pope Francis, but instead of piling on praise, the book immerses […]

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- Mphuthumi Ntabeni

REVIEW | No Longer At Ease

In 2018 we mark the diamond jubilee of the the 1958 novel Things Fall Apart by Chinua Achebe. This novel was read widely in South Africa as a school set-work. Mphuthumi Ntabeni takes a look at another of Achebe's works, No Longer At Ease. He says that this is a great companion work and continuation of Things Fall Apart.  “It introduces complexity into the story of how colonialism and Christianity break African culture with tragic and progressive consequences,” Ntabeni writes. No Longer […]

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- Chris Chatteris SJ

REVIEW — Incorruptible: The story of the murders of Dulcie September, Anton Lubowski and Chris Hani

Incorruptible: The story of the murders of Dulcie September, Anton Lubowski and Chris Hani (foreword by Pravin Gordhan). ZAM, Evelyn Groenink, 2018. ISBN: 978-0-6399268-0-3. 363 pages. Dulcie September was assassinated in Paris on the 29th of March 1988. She was shot five times in the face, not in the back as one particular journalistic meme has it. At the time, the world was more than ready to believe that she was the victim of a death squad of the apartheid […]

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- Russell Pollitt SJ

Synod of Bishops on Youth Press Briefing //Vatican Media

A number of topics were covered in the Saturday press briefing for the Synod of Bishops on Young People. These included the bishops giving young people their high-profile voices, the right of people to stay at home and receive adequate development, the place of Scripture, clerical sex abuse and same-sex attraction. Russell Pollitt SJ writes from Rome. Dr Paolo Ruffini, Prefect of the Vatican Dicastery for Communication, said that the Synod had concluded with the third part, the pastoral response […]

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- Russell Pollitt SJ

General Assembly of the Synod of Bishops //Vatican Media

The sad reality of migrant youth and their families and how the Church should use the digital world was the focus of the daily Synod of Bishops on Youth, the Faith and Vocational Discernment press briefing writes Russell Pollitt SJ from Rome. The mental health of migrants Ms Yadira Vieyra from the USA is a young auditor at the Synod. She works alongside psychologists and other professionals with migrants. She says that many migrant families suffer from anxiety, distress and […]

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- Russell Pollitt SJ

Pope Francis at Synod of Bishops on Young People. // Vatican Media

An Ethiopian Cardinal addressed the issue of migration at length today. He lamented how African migrants are treated in Europe, says Russell Pollitt SJ in Rome for the Synod. The Synod assembly heard many interventions on the third part of the working document, the Instrumentum Laboris. Dr Paolo Ruffuni, Prefect of the Vatican Dicastery for Communications, began the press briefing by saying that the Synod decided to write a letter to young people and that a drafting committee has been set […]

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- Russell Pollitt SJ

General Assembly of the Synod on Young People at the Vatican. // Vatican Media

Today at the Synod briefing the press were told that a repeated theme in conversation in the Synod assembly was how the Church can be part of the digital world. For this, the Church needs “digital missionaries” reports Russell Pollitt SJ from the Vatican. Dr Paolo Ruffini, Prefect of the Vatican Dicastery for Communications, started the briefing by listing a number of issues that had been spoken about in the general congregation of the Synod. He said that migration both […]

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- Russell Pollitt SJ

Mr Safa al Abbia is greeted by Pope Francis at the Synod of Bishops on Young People. // Vatican Media

26-year-old Iraqi, Mr Safa al Abbia, shared his experiences as a young Chaldean Catholic in war-torn Iraq. He spoke with Russell Pollitt SJ in Rome where he is participating as an observer in the Synod of Bishops on Young People. Listen to the interview and read what he had to say. Mr Safa al Abbia is a 26-year-old Chaldean Catholic dentist from Iraq. He was invited to the Synod of Bishops on Young People, Faith and Vocational Discernment currently underway […]

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