Brazilian church provides aid to the Yanomami, call for justice upon "genocide" by Eduardo Campos Lima OSV News/Angelus News
The Katyn Massacre – Mechanisms of Genocide by Warsaw Institute
Pope Francis: It was a genocide against indigenous peoples by Vatican News
Catholic bishop in Tigray calls for an end to "genocide" in Ethiopia by La Croix International
The Roma Holocaust/Roma Genocide in Southeastern Europe by The Auschwitz Institute
Israel and the silent genocide of Palestinian children by Sayid Marcos Tenório Middle East Monitor
Holocaust of Genocide - when will we ever learn? by Independent Catholic News
China’s Treatment of Uyghurs Amounts to Genocide, U.K.-Based Panel Finds by The Wall Street Journal
Genocide charges 'must be pursued,' Smith says at religious freedom summit by Mark Pattison Catholic News Service/Angelus
US cites China, Myanmar, Ethiopia in genocide report by Matthew Lee The Associated Press
The Genocide of French Catholics by CatholicArena
Genocide in Nigeria, and the Mother Who Was a Carmelite Nun by Jeanette De Melo National; Catholic Register
Bosnian Serb commander Ratko Mladic loses genocide appeal by Mike Corder The Associated Press
Ethiopia: 'Genocide is happening in Tigray' by Independent Catholic News
Biden recognizes atrocities against Armenians as genocide by Amer Mahani, Matthew Lee, and Zeyner Bilginsoy The Associated Press
Statement from US Bishops on Armenian Genocide by Independent Catholic News
US Senators ask Biden to recognise Armenian Genocide by Independent Catholic News
U.S. sanctions Chinese officials connected to ‘genocide’ of Uyghurs by Catholic News Agency/Angelus
First independent report into Xinjiang genocide allegations claims evidence of Beijing's 'intent to destroy' Uyghur people by Ben Westcott and Rebecca Wright CNN
Campaigners urge UK government to act against genocide by Independent Catholic News
U.S. declares China's actions against Uighurs genocide. by Michael R. Gordon and Eva Xiao The Wall Street Journal
Genocide in Nigeria ‘happening before our eyes,’ congressman says at hearing by Kurt Jensen Crux
China is committing a genocide. Silence is not an option. by Stephen D. Smith The Forward
Armenian Orthodox leader warns of possible genocide in disputed territory by Carol Glatz Catholic News Service/Crux
Hawley Condemns Disney for Whitewashing Genocide in Production of Mulan, Asks Whether They Will Pull Film by Senator Josh Hawley HawleySenator.com
Nigeria is becoming world’s ‘biggest killing ground of Christians’ by Crux Staff Crux
Bishop states: 'Genocide is happening in Nigeria' by Independent Catholic News
25 years from the Srebrenica genocide: a nation divided. A quarter of a century has gone by since more than 8,000 Bosniak men and boys were slaughtered in what had been designated a UN “safe area” in the town of Srebrenica in eastern Bosnia and Herzegovina during the fratricidal war that followed the breakup of Yugoslavia. by Alessandro Di Bussolo & Linda BordoniVaticanNews
Nigeria facing ‘systematic, planned, calculated’ genocide of Christians by Charles CollinsCrux
Holocaust Survivor Al Munzer Delivers Remarks at Program Spotlighting China’s Persecution of Uyghurs' by AlfredMünzerUnited StatesHolocaustMemorialMuseum
Never Again: Moving forward after the genocide in Rwanda by William O'Neill America
UN calls for Myanmar generals to be prosecuted for genocide, war crimes and crimes against humanity by Adam Withnall and Jane Dalton Independent
Major new coalition launched in Parliament to confront contemporary genocide by Independent Catholic News
The Betrayal of the Kurds by Peter W. Galbraith New York Review of Books
The Legacy of Trump is a Genocide by Mary Pezzulo Patheos
Genocide survivor shares message of forgiveness with young adults by Michelle Martin ChicagoCatholoic
25 years after Rwanda genocide, survivors forgive killers by Associated Press/Crux
New law will provide relief to genocide victims in Iraq, Syria by CNS/The Pilot
Genocide survivor shares message of forgiveness with young adults by Michelle Martin Chicago Catholic
House passes measure to provide humanitarian aid to genocide victims by Julie Asher Catholic News Service/Angelus
The Plight of the Rohingya by The United States Memorial Holocaust Museum
Debunking Holocaust Denial by Holocaust Denial on Trial
Book Reviews and Commentaries
Loss and Hope: Global Interreligious and Interdisciplinary Perspectives Edited by Peter Admirand Reviewed by Eileen Quinn Knight, Ph.D.Profiles in Catholicism
Burglar for Peace by Ted Glick Reviewed by Marie Dennis National Catholic Reporter
Intent to deceive: Denying the Genocide of the Tutsi by Linda Melvern Reviewed by Rebecca Tinsley Independent Catholic News
Prayer for the victims of mass murders and genocide.
Lord we remember the Holocaust the most henious crime the world has
ever known. Six million murdered most of the victims were like you
Jesus. Jews , innocent victims, children, women, teenagers, men. The
world said never again, but it has and is happening again, ethnic
cleansing, mass murder.
Lord may your example of love and service change the violent people to
peace makers, call the wrongdoers to repent, inspire leaders to end
violence and war, may we live in unity in your friendship. Amen by Father Shay Cullen Profiles in Catholicism
Prayer to end Genocide
O Lord, we cry to you, with deep pain in our hearts and souls.
Our hearts ache, because of genocide caused by
the lust for power,
cruel hatred for others,
because of their race, religion or physical differences.
God of all, the heavens weep, the winds whisper
through this great world you have created.
We hear and feel the weeping in our own souls.
Open our eyes and cleanse our souls
that we may always remember the awful injustices.
How long, O God, will we look with empty souls and eyes, how long?
The answer, “Until you feel my pain for all my children.”
We cry in shame. Forgive us Lord.
by Heather Choate Davis
A Prayer for Those Killed and Injured in the Syrian Gas Attack Oh, Lord, we pray for the repose of the souls of those recently killed in Syria. They were innocents, caught up in a war that seems to have no end. We pray also for those injured, that they may heal and be well. The use of chemical weapons is a war crime. We pray that all involved may be able to come together and find a way to a just peace that will spare the lives of others who may become victims. by Dr. Eugene Fisher Profiles in Catholicism
President of U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops and Catholics Across the U.S. Join in Praying for Victims of the Latest Terror Attack in London "Our solidarity in Christian hope and commitment to peace is a bond that cannot be broken."
WASHINGTON—Cardinal Daniel N. DiNardo, of Galveston-Houston, President of the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops has issued the following statement following last night's terror attack which has left seven people dead and at least 48 injured. This is the third terrorist attack on British soil in as many months. Cardinal DiNardo's full statement follows: "The Vigil of Pentecost had barely begun when the world was burdened yet again, this time by the sinister attacks on innocent men and women in the heart of London. In such tragic hours we implore the Holy Spirit to pour out His gift of comfort on those who grieve the loss of loved ones and on the dozens who were so tragically injured in this horrible attack. At the same time, we see in the courage of the first responders the true and courageous spirit of our brothers and sisters, the people of Great Britain. May God grant strength, wisdom and protection to the men and women who safeguard our families and may He convert the hearts of all who follow the path of evil extremism. Our solidarity in Christian hope and commitment to peace is a bond that cannot be broken. Together with my brother bishops and with Catholics throughout the United States, we join the prayerful intercession made already by Pope Francis: 'May the Holy Spirit grant peace to the whole world. May He heal the wounds of war and of terrorism, which even this [Saturday] night, in London, struck innocent civilians: let us pray for the victims and their families.'"w our hope when we feel helpless .
A Prayer for the Copts murdered in Egypt
We pray for those who were murdered in Egypt because of their religion and love of You
May they share your infinite love in your Divine Presence
A prayer for the atrocities in Manchester
Good and Gracious God, We pray for the repose of the souls of the victims of the atrocities in Manchester and ask that their family, friends and loved ones feel your loving care and consolation at this time. We ask you, loving God, for an end to the senseless violence occurring throughout our world, and for peace in our hearts and minds and throughout the world. We ask this in Christ's name. Amen.
by Jake Martin, SJ
For Manchester and For All of Us: May, 2017
deliver us from the scourge of violence,
comfort those who suffer bodily injury and the heartbreaking loss of loved ones,
change the hearts of those who sow the seeds of violence and destruction,
enable our resolve this day and every day to live in peace will all we meet,
renew our hope when we feel helpless
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