In defense of life

10 October, 2015


We are immersed in a macabre culture of death. However, Susan Anne Catherine, an American woman of 26 years, gave birth by cesarean to a two-month-premature baby girl in Richmond (Virginia). Susan died the next day.

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30 July, 2015


It is clear that if we want to get out of the crisis, it is not enough to be optimistic but we must also not to get discouraged and have value. I think there is a very important factor because many things depend on it: the quality of Work.

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18 July, 2015


Our mailboxes are full of supermarket offers. Our correspondence consists mainly of advertising and banking mail. Personal letters, friends and family letters are scarce. The receipt of a postal card – a greeting from the distance – has made me aware thatletters establish personal ties that break time and geography barriers.

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16 July, 2015


I think there are several problems as serious as the economic problems and the left gives them great importance.

I mean the invention that some followers of Marxism have made when sawthe failure of the class struggle. Now they try to turn it into what we call “gender struggle.”

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The Ivorian Vanessa Koutouan receive the Harambee Award for Promotion and Equality for African Women 2015

17 April, 2015


Teresa of Bourbon Two Sicilies (pictured), Marquise de Laserna and President of Honor of the NGO Harambee Spain, has awarded Vanessa Koutouan (pictured) with the Harambee Award for the promotion and equality of African women 2015. The winner is an Ivorian woman with university education and business profile who decided to turn her work in a school of solidarity with her neighbors, leading the Rural Center Ilomba in M’Batto-Bouaké, a town with lots of children and young people, without schools or health clinics.
The winner works in Ilomba with hundreds of young people “who do not know that they can have an autonomous and independent future in a society that, by ancestral customs, relegates women to their homes by depriving them of education, because families consider that educate them is a waste of time and money”, reported Koutuan. Read the rest of this entry »


5 March, 2015



There are words that touch us; abortion is certainly one of them. According to Diccionario de la Lengua Española (Official Dictionary of Spain), abortion is the interruption of pregnancy due to spontaneous or induced causes. The first ones are part of the natural dynamics of the human being and there is little we can do to prevent them. The second ones cause mixed reactions and no one can be indifferent to this. Even for the same concept we look for words that reduce the actual or emotional burden that this word causes, I mean the determination to use the term “voluntary interruption of pregnancy.”

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26 February, 2015


“It is difficult to see how democracy, which is based on the principle of the will of the majority of the citizens, establishes the validity of principles and moral values, without being supported by the convictions of the majority, and without entering or imposing a dogmatism that is essentially strange to democracy as a form of government” (Card. Joseph Ratzinger, Benedict XVI).

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