“We have to think if the way that we have structured our ministries, the way in which men and women participate in the church must remain as it is or if some changes must be made,” said Bishop José Javier Travieso, of San José del Amazonas in northern Peru.
A U.S. judge on Friday blocked a Trump administration rule that sought to detain migrant families indefinitely, saying it was inconsistent with a 1997 court settlement that governs conditions for migrant children in U.S. custody.
Snowden, now living in Russia to avoid prosecution in the United States, stressed in an interview broadcast Monday on France's Inter radio that "protecting whistleblowers is not a hostile act" and that he feels entitled to get protected status in France.
Living conditions have improved greatly since 2000 even for the world’s poorest people, but billions remain mired in “layers of inequality.” That is the assessment from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation’s third annual report on progress toward U.N. Sustainable Development Goals.
A goal from Marshall Munetsi and a double by Khama Billiart ensured that the Warriors are safe and comfortable and gave coach Joey Antipas something to smile about in his second game in charge of Zimbabwe’s flagship football team.