In the video, the father is explaining to his son the significance of the tributes at the Bataclan theatre while being interviewed by the TV program, Le Petit Journal. Viewed over 8 million times, the video has since been translated from French and shared globally.
A Frenchman whose wife was killed in the Bataclan massacre has written a defiant message to the gunmen and a touching tribute to his wife.
"They were people just like us, doing the most innocent and human of things: eating with family at a restaurant, working in a pizzeria, cheering at a football friendly, having a drink with friends in a bar, singing and dancing at a rock concert. Then evil struck and the beautiful city of Paris was defaced by violence and gore. 132 dead so far, 350 injured, many of them critically...."
As the world comes to grips with the tragic events in Paris, one man has emerged as a hero. Adel Termos was walking with his young daughter when he spotted a suicide bomber preparing to detonate his vest. Instantly, he tried to tackle the assailant, causing the bomb to go off. He was killed, but many say his heroic actions undoubtedly saved countless more lives.
In a video that have been viewed more than 11 million times on Facebook and gone viral around the world, Aly spoke passionately against ISIS and call for people to stick together in the face of fear. "ISIL's weak. I know it doesn't look like that now, but it's the truth," he said.
Celebrating the 1 Year Anniversary of the Installation of Archbishop Anthony Fisher OP as the Ninth Archbishop of Sydney.
Honoring individuals with disabilities and mental health challenges, Cardinal Donald Wuerl of Washington, D.C., celebrated the archdiocese's annual White Mass on Sunday and encouraged the faithful to embrace, serve and welcome the diversity of the Church.
What would you do if doctors told you you could be dead in a week? For Jake Bailey, the head boy at Christchurch Boys’ High School in New Zealand, this terrible prospect became a tragic reality. Only a week before his school’s senior prize-giving ceremony, Jake was diagnosed with Burkitts non-Hodgkinson lymphoma, which is recognised as the fastest growing human tumour and ideally requires intensive chemotherapy. His doctors told him he may not have long to live, and likely wouldn’t be able to attend the end-of-schooling ceremony. He made it to give his speech... watch this video to listen to his inspirational words. Well done Jake!
Mary lives completely on her own in a small apartment. And when a film crew decided to document her daily life, they had no idea the heartache that would be captured.
Derrick Yearout has come a long way from his homeless, drug-addicted days. After changing his life and getting off the streets he made a pilgrimage to Rome, which he says has given him a new outlook on life.
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