" What are they saying about Ten African Cardinals: "Dr. Sally Ninham has put a lot of energy in transforming her insight into an exceptional book.
Author: Sally Ninham
Publisher: Connor Court Publishing
While the Catholic Church is languishing in much of the West, by contrast it flourishes across Africa. Despite this, most African Church leaders remain unknown in the West, even among better informed Catholics. Sally Ninham's timely book remedies this via her in-depth interviews with a cross section of Africa's senior Catholic churchmen. Their stories provide first-hand insights into the religious, political, social and economic situations in their countries. Some of these leaders have played key roles in the midst of political turmoil, civil wars, rampant corruption and extreme poverty. Dr Ninham, who travelled around Africa for the interviews, believes some have perhaps already earned the right to stand alongside such Western heroes as Martin Luther King, Franklin Roosevelt and Abraham Lincoln. They are men who have committed their lives to justice, to freedom and to humanity without pausing for breath." What are they saying about Ten African Cardinals: "Dr. Sally Ninham has put a lot of energy in transforming her insight into an exceptional book. By spotlighting the top leaders of the Church in Africa, with an open heart and a positive attitude, she offers the world a path into this misrepresented continent. Africa will be grateful to her for this initiative." -- Paul Bere S.J., Professor of Scripture at the Jesuit Theology College, Ivory Coast"
The Sweep of Independence in Black Africa Thomas Patrick Melady, Margaret
Badum Melady ... dioceses in this area saw the change from white episcopal
leadership to the arrival on the scene of black cardinals, archbishops, and
Author: Thomas Patrick Melady
Publisher: Orbis Books
This title tells the story of the African leaders who ignited independence in black Africa during the 1960s through the eyes of two Americans who knew them well.
African Americans were no longer forced to sit in the balcony at most local movie
theaters. Even the police department experienced change with the hire of ten black officers that included a sergeant and detective. None, however, had the ...
Author: Adam Henig
Publisher: Adam Henig
Category: Biography & Autobiography
In 1961, when the New York Yankees and the St. Louis Cardinals arrived in St. Petersburg, Florida, for spring training, neither team had any idea that a feisty physician was about to turn its world upside down. To Major League Baseball, Dr. Ralph Wimbish was just a black homeowner able to house the team's African American ball players, who were segregated from their white teammates—except on the diamond—during spring training. The laws in Florida, like the rest of the South, were dictated by Jim Crow. Major League Baseball had no plans to upend it. Dr. Wimbish had other ideas. Drawing on personal interviews, newspaper accounts, archival documents, and memoirs, Adam Henig has written a story that New York Post sports columnist Mike Vacarro and Tampa Bay Times’ Jon Wilson called “a must read!" A book for baseball enthusiasts that goes beyond the game, Baseball Under Siege (formerly titled Under One Roof) is an unforgettable tale of a little-known civil rights activist who risked it all to achieve racial justice in his city, in his state, and in America’s favorite pastime.
By that time Catholic, Protestant, and Anglican missionaries had begun serious
evangelization of Africa south ... Church in Africa 1450–1950 (Oxford: Oxford
University Press, 1994); S. Ninham, Ten African Cardinals (Leominster:
Author: Gerald J. O'Collins
Publisher: OUP Oxford
The bestselling Catholicism has now been revised and updated for an eagerly-anticipated second edition. This lucid and accessible account explains how Roman Catholicism and its beliefs and practices came to be what they are. Renowned scholars Gerald O'Collins and Mario Farrugia move through history to sum up the present characteristics of Catholic Christianity and the major challenges it faces in the third millennium. Clear and engaging, the authors present matters in a fresh and original way. They skilfully depict the Catholic heritage and show that Catholicism is a dynamic and living faith. O'Collins and Farrugia engage with contemporary moral issues and explore the challenges which Catholics and other Christians must face. This is an authoritative, lively, and up-to-date introduction to Catholicism for the twenty-first century.
... backers in 2005, and by Cardinal André Vingt-Trois of Paris, both of whom
were pro-Bergoglio going into the conclave, if not before. There were eleven African and ten Asian cardinals. For the ones from historically English-speaking
Author: Austen Ivereigh
Publisher: Henry Holt and Company
Category: Biography & Autobiography
A biography of Pope Francis that describes how this revolutionary thinker will use the power of his position to challenge and redirect one of the world's most formidable religions An expansive and deeply contextual work, at its heart The Great Reformer is about the intersection of faith and politics--the tension between the pope's innovative vision for the Church and the obstacles he faces in an institution still strongly defined by its conservative past. Based on extensive interviews in Argentina and years of study of the Catholic Church, Ivereigh tells the story not only of Jorge Mario Bergoglio, the remarkable man whose background and total commitment to the discernment of God's will transformed him into Pope Francis--but the story of why the Catholic Church chose him as their leader. With the Francis Revolution just beginning, this biography will provide never-before-explained context on how one man's ambitious program began--and how it will likely end--through an investigation of Francis's youth growing up in Buenos Aires and the dramatic events during the Perón era that shaped his beliefs; his ongoing conflicts and disillusionment with the ensuing doctrines of an authoritarian and militaristic government in the 1970s; how his Jesuit training in Argentina and Chile gave him a unique understanding and advocacy for a "Church of the Poor"; and his rise from Cardinal to the papacy.
It remains Cardinal Gantin : the only African in the to a great extent in the firm
hold of Vatican Curia Rome , with few of the ... in Nairobi meeting of Catholic
leaders from throughout the world which the Pope will close during his ten - day African ...
Fr. Michael Edem’s scholarly biography of the Cardinal is a fascinating account of a journey from life in a traditional African village to the consistory of cardinals of the Catholic Church in Rome.
Author: Michael I. Edem CM
Publisher: Book Venture Publishing LLC
A phenomenon seldom recognized in the media of Western Europe and North America is the extraordinary growth of the Catholic Church of South America and sub-Saharan Africa during the last five decades, and nowhere more than in Nigeria. A key figure in that country and in that growth, up to his death in 1995, was Cardinal Ekandem, the first Anglophone West-African bishop - the first of many - and an outstanding churchman of the 20th Century. Fr. Michael Edem’s scholarly biography of the Cardinal is a fascinating account of a journey from life in a traditional African village to the consistory of cardinals of the Catholic Church in Rome. It will be of enormous interest to a wider public for the author’s personal knowledge of the cardinal and of the Efik/Ibibio culture in which they both grew up.
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of the Catholic hierdue to his taxing work for the Bishops the youngest cardinal -
of Berlin , whence , archy he visited South Africa and afterConference , and ...
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love of Africa to Cardinal Laurian Rugambwa of ... John ' s example in working for
peace and the unity of the Christian Church and hoped that more African Cardinals would be created . ... Ten large private firms spent between them , £2 ,
In 1942 he was sent to the coast of Sicily with the task of maintaining a
connection with the African front commanded by ... National Fascist Party for the
province of Venice for about ten years and then assumed the responsibilities
Author: Celso Costantini
Publisher: McGill-Queen's Press - MQUP
On 19 April 1940 Celso Costantini prophetically wrote in his diary that if Italy followed Hitler into war, it would be allying itself with the "Anti-Christ." Within weeks, Mussolini's fascist regime plunged Italy into the destructive maelstrom of global military conflict. The ensuing years brought world war, the fall of fascism, occupation, liberation, and the emergence of a new political order. The Secrets of a Vatican Cardinal is an extraordinary and detailed behind-the-scenes account of crucial episodes in Europe's wartime history from a unique vantage point: the Vatican and the Eternal City. Costantini, a close advisor to Pope Pius XII, possessed a perspective few of his contemporaries could match. His diaries offer new insights into the great issues of the time - the Nazi occupation, the fall of Mussolini, the tumultuous end of the Italian monarchy, the birth of republican democracy in Italy, and the emergence of a new international order - while also recounting heartbreaking stories of the suffering, perseverance, and heroism of ordinary people. Less than a century later, with the world's attention gripped by the first papal resignation in six hundred years, The Secrets of a Vatican Cardinal presents a clear-eyed, fascinating, and complex portrait of the Roman Catholic Church's recent history.
Cardinal Arinze, a Nigerian, became one of the leading candidates considered
for the Papacy to succeed Pope John Paul H in early 2005. The Archbishop ...
Statistically, one out of every ten black people in the world is a Nigerian. Nigeria
is a ...
Author: Jubil Aka
Category: Social Science
In the last six years, Nigeria has broken the grip of dictatorship, poverty, and corruption to emerge as one of Africa's most peaceful nations. A role model for other developing countries, Nigeria now enjoys its position as a peace and power broker, defying the odds of its past. Home to the world's greatest concentration of black people and led by President Olusegun Obasanjo, Nigeria now enjoys economic prosperity and the fruits of democracy. But these successes were fraught with challenges. The denigration and stereotyping of black people created a constant barrier to change, one that was not easily overcome. Dr. Jubril Olabode Aka delivers a compelling portrayal of Nigeria, focusing on the country's emerging force for tolerance and hope. Aka discusses such topics as peaceful conflict resolution, Nigeria's foreign policy, the government's success in eliminating fraud and corruption, and the need to eradicate discrimination. Blacks Greatest Homeland examines Nigeria's history, leadership, and future, offering an honest and positive look at the sweeping changes Nigeria has made in the last decade.
1 Rights and Obligations of Refugees : Mr . J . S . Warioba Introduction Some ten
years ago there were about one million ... The overwhelming majority of African
states made liberation a cardinal principle of their foreign policy and Africa ' s ...
In front of ten African presidents and the entire diplomatic corps , the Shaba
Regional dancers put on a small play to show ... dramatic 30 November 1973
speech by the President announcing the Zairianization of the economy , Cardinal
Cardinal. Issues. of. Mission. in. Africa. Mercy. Amba. Oduyoye. OF THE MANY
ISSUES, CONCERNS, AND ... In the past ten years I have been a member of a
multireligious PanAfrican circle of African women theologians and through that
The aim of the Society of the Missionaries of Africa or White Fathers was at first to
maintain a non - proselytizing presence in Muslim ... Fathers derives , but soon
the principal object of Cardinal Lavigerie ' s zeal became an apostolate in Africa
south of the Sahara . ... 10 Towards the close of the 1860s philanthropic attention
switched from the trans - Atlantic slave trade to the atrocious situation in East and
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In some parts of Africa HIV/AIDS infects as much as ten percent of the population.
Yet in 2000 the Archbishop of Uganda condemned the use of condoms in fighting
HIV/AIDS. In 2005 South African Cardinal Wilfred Napier said there is “no ...
Author: Kim Wisdomofabortion Com
Category: Social Science
Each year forty-six million women choose abortion. Why? For very good reasons. The Wisdom of Abortion is a unique book that discusses the immediate positive consequences and the long-term benefits - for the woman, for her children, for her family, and for her country. After a detailed account of what science says (and doesn't say) about fetal development, The Wisdom of Abortion debunks some popular myths about abortion and religion. It also offers practical advice for the woman who is actively considering abortion. The Wisdom of Abortion is a straightforward, down-to-earth, powerful book that describes the reasons for abortion, the benefits of abortion, and, indeed, the wisdom of abortion. http: //WisdomOfAbortion.co
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embraced Cardinal Jo- has yet to penetrate the ... After ten years you begin to
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Although Brazilian Edison “Pele” Nascimento has remained the most highly
recognized black star, Afro-Caribbeans have made ... Williams, who played with
the Raybestos Cardinals (Stratford), was American Softball Association (ASA) All-
American for three years. ... The star performer was ten-year-old Charles E.
Author: Robert L Harris Jr.
Publisher: Columbia University Press
This book is a multifaceted approach to understanding the central developments in African American history since 1939. It combines a historical overview of key personalities and movements with essays by leading scholars on specific facets of the African American experience, a chronology of events, and a guide to further study. Marian Anderson's famous 1939 concert in front of the Lincoln Memorial was a watershed moment in the struggle for racial justice. Beginning with this event, the editors chart the historical efforts of African Americans to address racism and inequality. They explore the rise of the Civil Rights and Black Power movements and the national and international contexts that shaped their ideologies and methods; consider how changes in immigration patterns have complicated the conventional "black/white" dichotomy in U.S. society; discuss the often uneasy coexistence between a growing African American middle class and a persistent and sizable underclass; and address the complexity of the contemporary African American experience. Contributors consider specific issues in African American life, including the effects of the postindustrial economy and the influence of music, military service, sports, literature, culture, business, and the politics of self-designation, e.g.,"Colored" vs. "Negro," "Black" vs. "African American". While emphasizing political and social developments, this volume also illuminates important economic, military, and cultural themes. An invaluable resource, The Columbia Guide to African American History Since 1939 provides a thorough understanding of a crucial historical period.