This is a syndicated post from ZENIT - The World Seen From Rome. [Read the original article...]
Since its beginning, ZENIT’s mission has been communicating good news.
In face of the cynical rule, "if it bleeds it leads," we have always responded with "good news is beautiful."
We've endeavoured to seek out and show forth the mercy of God, even in dire situations, where it seems mankind cannot escape from being victims of evil.
Over so many years of this search, we've experienced what St. Paul affirms, "where sin abounds, grace abounds all the more."
This is the grace we want to communicate, to contribute to building up hope!
In ZENIT's seven language editions, we publish an average of 85 pieces of "good news" every day.
Even when we have to address tragic situations, we search for the seed of the good, true and beautiful.
Please help us to continue this mission.
Help us with your prayers, your collaboration and also your economic support.
Even a small donation of just a few dollars is a sign of your appreciation, and indispensable to our work. Remember that great cathedrals are built one brick at a time. Every dollar counts.
There are around half a million people who receive ZENIT every day. Just a small portion of them (about 5%) send us an annual contribution.
This year, we hope many more can find a way to help.
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Thank you! And let's continue contemplating together the beauty of good news,