RÍO DE JANEIRO, Brazil
The latest issue of the journal Nuevamerica / Novamerica, # 138, is dedicated to a "Discussion on Early Childhood Education".
The Lucioles children's library, in Yaounde, Cameroon, in Central Africa, faithful to its task to promote reading to support civic education and values, has published a new issue of the newspaper "Le Journal de Lucioles".
Number 9 for the month of May is dedicated to "knowing and appreciating the laws, rules and freedom." The paper, published by simple means, includes the participation of children who come to the Library. This time the question that provoked reflection, drawings, and activities in the paper was: Do laws, rules and freedom, help or not?
The papers are written in French, the official language in Cameroon. Also published last November was the number that addressed the issue of "freedom".
The writing team of "Le Journal de Lucioles" invites readers of this website to enjoy "a good read."
VATICAN CITY. On the morning of March 16, there was a general audience with more than six thousand accredited journalists who have worked in the media coverage of the last conclave. Pope Francis explained how the name Francis came to his heart for his pontificate and he also spoke on the role of the media.
Among the teachings of Benedict XVI we find messages for World Communications Day. The next event will take place on May 12, 2013 and the topic, chosen by the Pope is: “Social Networks: portals of truth and faith; new spaces for evangelization."