“Cristiada” Shows the true mexican history in times of Calles, a president who attacked religious freedom.
The cristeros, in those times organized as a civil society to defend the institution of the Church and their faith. Most of them died as martires screaming “Viva Cristo Rey”.
In the movie act Andy García, Eva Longoria and Peter O’ toole
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We are witnesses of two historic moments in the configuration of the Mexican State. For one thing the Pope Benedict XVI was received as Head of the Vatican State during his official visit to Mexico, and second, the Senate approved the amendment of the Mexican Constitution, which states that our country is a “secular republic” (Art 24 and 40 Mexican Constitution, 29 March 2012).
Even if Mexico is a Catholic country, sadly, there is contraction in our laws that promote secularism; the cause came from our History. There was a mason influence in the creation of religious federal laws in 1855-1859 (before it was out our actual Constitution).
During the visit of the Pope to Mexico from 23-26 of march 2012 he was received by the President of Mexico, Felipe Calderon, and his wife, Margarita Zavala. Mexico is in period of elections, so there were present also the three candidates to the Mexican Republic.
In this period of Holly days in the expo Bicentenary Park, Leon Guanajuato, Mexico, at the Sunday Holly Mass in front of 640, 000 people his message was a hope for all the Catholic Community: “…The desire for a heart that would be pure, sincere, humble, acceptable to God was very much felt by Israel as it became aware of the persistence in its midst of evil and sin as a power, practically implacable and impossible to overcome. There was nothing left but to trust in God’s mercy and in the hope that he would change from within, from the heart, an unbearable, dark and hopeless situation. In this way recourse gained ground to the infinite mercy of the Lord who does not wish the sinner to die but to convert and live (cf. Ez 33:11). A pure heart, a new heart, is one which recognizes that, of itself, it is impotent and places itself in God’s hands so as to continue hoping in his promises. Then the psalmist can say to the Lord with conviction: “Sinners will return to you” (Ps 50:15). And towards the end of the psalm he will give an explanation which is at the same time a firm conviction of faith: “A humble, contrite heart you will not spurn…”
Dr. Martha Cruz Zuniga from the Department of Business and Economics of The Catholic University of America states at the CSW 56 in March 7 2012 that at the center of these dynamics is the human person, who originates and is served by the economic activity.
The Family fit in the economy because human beings exists, lives, and acts together with others. The way in which they interact, helps or jeopardizes sustainable development. In the basic activities of production, exchange, and consumption the role of the family is Human, Moral, and social Capital, and appropriate distribution.
According to that there is an Economic Prize Nobel in 1992, Gary S. Becker, who based his theory in how the family contributes in a national economy. He affirms “The theory of human capital investment relates inequality in earnings to differences in talents, family background, and bequests and other assets (see Becker and Tomes )”.
Outlined in the 8 UN Millennium Development Goals the UN solutions often proposed are comprehensive education, family planning and other language that according to the results access to family planning increases sexual promiscuity (Kaiser 2000, Paton 2002, USAID 2002). In a 1996 study conducted in four countries, the Conjunct Program of the United Nations on HIV/AIDS found that the use of condoms increased the risk of contracting AIDS because most contraceptives use a chemical substance, nonoxinol-9, which tends to have an irritating effect that causes lesions increasing the risk of contracting HIV(UNAIDS 1996 and NACHHD 1999).
Sustainable economic growth requires institutions, savings, investment and good policies. The family is relevant to the process of production within the economy because it affects human capital and investment
The Neo-Malthusian approach is seriously flawed on many levels and policy actions based on such assumptions are inefficient and damage real sustainable development. They lead to: (1) Aging trap: one child policy (2) Weakening of the family (3) Health problems, (4) Financial burden for government.
Finally, I want to invite you to a Master organized by the Catholic University of America: Master of Arts in Integral Economic Development Management http://iedm.cua.edu/ And to the VI World Family Congress – Madrid 2012, from 25 to 27 of may www.congresomundial.esto follow the Holly See interventions during the CSW56 watch this link: http://www.holyseemission.org/statements/statement.aspx?id=362
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De acuerdo con los indicadores del Banco Mundial (BM), la pobreza en 2010 es la mitad de lo que existía en 1990, el informe publicado por el BM sostiene que en el periodo 2005-2008 en regiones como América Latina, Europa Oriental, y la África Subsahariana se redujo la proporción de personas que viven en pobreza rebasando el punto de referencia de recibir el equivalente a 1.25 USD diarios. Lo anterior se debe a que distintos países emergentes como China e India, que concentran una gran población han crecido a ritmo acelerado, por encima del 7% anual. En China por ejemplo, han dejado la pobreza desde 1981 casi 700 millones de personas.
Una de las Metas del Milenio de reducir a la mitad la pobreza en el mundo se está cumpliendo gracias a la población (debido a que la persona es fuente de recursos), y el crecimiento económico que produce.
According to World Bank (WB), poverty in 2010 is half of what existed in 1990, indicators published by the WB report states that from 2005 to 2008 in regions like Latin America, Eastern Europe and Sub-Saharan Africa the proportion of people living in poverty have been reduced, exceeding the benchmark of receiving the equivalent of 1.25 USD per day. This is because countries like China and India, which account with a large population, have grown at a rapid way, up from 7% per year. In China, for example, 700 million people have left poverty since 1981.
One of the Millennium Development Goals of reducing poverty in the world is being met because of the population (because the person is a source of resources), and economic growth occurs.