Katolsk Studentlag i Oslo er en forening for studenter, akademikere og andre interesserte.
Vårt formål er å være en møteplass for katolikker ved høgskolen og universitetet i Oslo.
(The Tablet) Government policy towards developing countries is to encourage investment from multinational companies. But such a strategy is unlikely to improve the lot of the worldâs poorest people, already battered by the economic crash of the global market. Les mer
(blog.caritas.org) The Lenten period, which leads us to the celebration of Holy Easter, is for the Church a most valuable and important liturgical time, in view of which I am pleased to offer a specific word in order that it may be lived with due diligence.Les mer
(VĂĽrt Land) Et sammenbrudd i Libya kan skape et farlig maktvakuum i Nord-Afrika, frykter utenriksminister Jonas Gahr StĂ¸re. Utenriksministre fra hele verden var mandag samlet i GenĂ¨ve for ĂĽ diskutere krisen i Libya og mulige lĂ¸sninger for landet. Les mer
There's a time and a place for ditching the brave face and admitting what's gone wrong. This week the Archbishop of Dublin did just that, speaking to a group of students in Cambridge.Les mer
For nearly two decades, the leaders of Al Qaeda have denounced the Arab worldâs dictators as heretics and puppets of the West and called for their downfall. Les mer
Professor Ola TjĂ¸rhoms bekymring over utviklingen i Den katolske kirke (Morgenbladet 11. februar) gir grunn til ettertanke. Eller som biskop Eidsvig sier (men med mer generell adresse): ÂŤDet ville vĂŚre dumt ikke ĂĽ ta det alvorlig.ÂťLes mer
Ă vĂŚre religiĂ¸s student kan gjĂ¸re at du finner en dypere mening i pensum. Det kan ogsĂĽ gjĂ¸re at du blir utskjelt og spyttet pĂĽ.Les mer
Arabiske forskere har i fem FN-rapporter forutsett opprĂ¸ret i regionen.Les mer
(The Tablet) Church leaders meeting in Algiers warned that fears of an Islamist advance across the region were misplaced.Les mer
(www.zenit.org) Concert Seeks to "Bring Hope" to Imprisoned Pakistani Woman.Les mer
(CNN) While the developed nations drag their feet on inclusive trade agreements with emerging markets, Africa is busy redefining itself. Most of the continent's countries - remnants of colonial rule - are barely 50 years old, infant nations on the path to democratic maturity.Les mer
(NYTimes) The National Catholic Reporter newspaper put it best: âJust days before Christians celebrated Christmas, Jesus got evicted.â Yet the person giving Jesus the heave-ho in this case was not a Bethlehem innkeeper. Nor was it an overzealous mayor angering conservatives by pulling down...Les mer