Rights, duties and responsibilities are values that confer dignity and respect on every person. Dignity and respect were important to the Malagasy Ntaolo and to the Christian faith, because 'dignity' is the basis of 'holiness' and 'respect' is what establishes us as 'superior'; but only God has this highest superiority.

Each Malagasy people has its own values and this is what motivates everyone to respect these values. In the 1980s, the Bishop of Madagascar reminded all Christians that "life" has a value and must be protected. People who save lives enjoy special respect in society.

Diocese of Miarinarivo

Pope Francis has accepted the renunciation of the pastoral government of the Diocese of Miarinarivo, presented by H.E. Mgr Jean Claude Randrianarisoa. At the same time, the Supreme Pontiff has appointed H.E. Mgr Marie Fabien Raharilamboniaina, as Apostolic Admnistrator sede vacante et ad nutum Sanctae Sedis of the same Diocese.

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Love and Salvation

Christmas is a great joy, because it is the love of God that has come to us, proclaims Fr. Bizimana Innocent, Provincial Superior of the Salesians Don Bosco of Madagascar and Mauritius, presenting his Christmas greetings. Salvation is accomplished, so life is not in danger of disappearing. It is this love and this salvation that we wish to fill our life so that we have peace.

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Zatti, our brother

The short film "Zatti, our brother" (Argentina, 2020) focuses on one of the most difficult episodes of his life. We are in Viedma, in 1941: at the age of 60, Zatti is forced to leave the hospital he has attended for decades. His faith and strength are tested.

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