Chilean gay victim of sexual assault by a priest opens up about his conversation with the Pope

Facebook Twitter Pinterest LinkedIn Digg StumbleUpon Email Reddit WhatsAppOn Tuesday, Juan Carlos Cruz, a Chilean gay man who was sexually abused by priests in his home country, gave insight to the BBC on the private meeting he had with Pope Francis. He mentioned that the meeting took place in the Vatican during April and that the pontiff made comments while having a conversation with him. Cruz mentions that, after telling the Pope about his history with sexual abuse done by priests, he responded by apologizing “in the name of the…

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NO LABELS : THE “LOVE” of my RELIGION

Facebook Twitter Pinterest LinkedIn Digg StumbleUpon Email Reddit WhatsAppWe live in a world today where disagreements, disputes and wars are erupting from every border and corner of the world, leaving us left wondering how to quench this burning inferno. Every method we use seems to fall on deaf ears, or rather it ends up fueling the issue. We judge others instantly by calling them names, we hold onto very firm beliefs and positions which leads to situations where if are you not currently engaged in agreement with one party you…

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Tensions Unfold Between Pakistan and the U.S. as Washington Suspends Security Assistance to Islamabad

Facebook Twitter Pinterest LinkedIn Digg StumbleUpon Email Reddit WhatsAppSince the 2011 capture of Osama Bin Laden, concealed away in the outlands of Abbottabad, Pakistan, the U.S. has had their doubts about Pakistan’s alliance with the American government. With Donald Trump in power, unresolved questions and suspicions have escalated. Washington raised the suspicions by denouncing Pakistan of playing a “double game,” in regard to Pakistan’s possible aid to the Taliban and association with the Afghani guerilla insurgent group, the Haqqani network. In 2012, soon after the arrest of Bin Laden, Pakistani…

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