- Lent and Pandemic February 22, 2021
- Japanese, Korean bishops oppose dumping of radioactive water into the sea February 18, 2021
- Lenten Reflection Guide 2021: Brothers and Sisters All February 17, 2021
- Message of the Holy Father Francis for Lent 2021 February 17, 2021
- Refugees are not just people February 3, 2021
- Christmas online gathering: December 28, 2020 January 9, 2021
- On the moral illicitness of the use of vaccines made from cells derived from aborted human fetuses January 4, 2021
- A Culture of Care as a Path to Peace January 2, 2021
- Goodbye 2020 January 2, 2021
- YEAR OF ST. JOSEPH: 2020.12.08 ~ 2021.12.08 December 24, 2020
2019 OMI Japan/Korea Delegation
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Bradly Rozairo OMI – The late Pope St. John Paul II announced the “Appeal for Peace” in February 1981 at the Peace Memorial Park of Hiroshima with these words, “War is the work of man. War is destruction of human life. War is death…To … Continue reading
75 Years after the War: A Peace Message from the Catholic Bishops of Japan – Protect all life – Peace is the path of hope
To our Brother and Sister Catholics of Japan and All People of Good Will: On the 50th anniversary of the end of the war, the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of Japan issued the message “Resolution for Peace” in light of the … Continue reading
Pope Francis on Wednesday urged Christians to discover the face of Jesus in the migrants, refugees and the displaced who are forced to flee because of the many injustices that still afflict our world today.
Jerome Novotny OMI – Many individuals in today’s society understand the pain felt by mothers after they have aborted their babies. But what about Post-Abortion Syndrome which affects men? As the body count of unborn babies continues to increase, research shows that more and … Continue reading
Jerome Novotny OMI – Recently, I read an article about the suffering of Sri Lankan tea workers and the COVID-19 pandemic. Among the country’s poorest people, the plantation workers face more hardships due to their low income. Their jobs have collapsed due … Continue reading
Bradly Rozairo OMI – When I was studying the Japanese language in Nagoya many years ago, I used to read the magazine “Hiragana Times” which helped me learn the language. Once when I was asked to give a presentation in the class, … Continue reading
“That you may tell your children and grandchildren” (Ex 10:2) Life becomes history
On a recent Saturday in Tokyo’s Shinjuku district more than 100 people, many of them elderly men, stood close together in a long queue waiting for food hand-outs.
Bradly Rozairo OMI – These days as the lockdown continues in many places, people are being urged to connect with nature so that it will be beneficial to both their physical and mental health. Whether there is a pandemic or not, I think that … Continue reading
Jerry Novotny OMI – Recent estimates disclose that 70,754,326 million people are displaced worldwide. These are people who have fled from persecution, violence and armed conflict. It is the seventh year in a row that the number of displaced people has increased. UN refugee … Continue reading
Bradly Rozairo OMI – Dear friends, as we begin the month of May with Mary our Mother I would like to share a short story with you.