In the middle of 16th, Catholic was introduced into Macau , pope of Chinese parish named Carneiro established House of Mercy at Macau in 1569. main target who were served for were Portuguese and Catholics, especially, its adjective institution had a great influence, for example, Poor people's Hospital , Leprosy's Hospital, Church orphanage and Orphanage for girls.
from the artistic angle, this as the protagonist against Madame Therese Defarge, represents an evil force, the purpose of which is to deny violence and hatred, while blazons mercy and humanitarianism of the theme.
More important, Taoism demands that people keep to ecological ethics with moral emotion, pay the same respect to Nature and parents, and treat animal and plant with mercy and pity, hence the life-centered Taoist ecological ethics comes into being.
In ChenZanyi's poems we can feel the disaster consciousness that he concern for the country and the pe -ople, self-support life attitude and keen patriotism, at the same time, we can taste the mercy, self-communion and kindheartedness of Christ.
Book Review: Angels of Mercy or Development Diplomats NGOs and Foreign Aid, by Terje Tvedt.
This insight may, to some extent, mitigate and qualify existing fears that cultural policy is completely at the mercy of changing government ideologies and interest group influences.
The multivariate analyses implied that the potential barriers to care may be more important among those considered more socially advantaged, who may be more at the mercy of managed care.
It is then suggested that if we are not to remain at the mercy of the anxieties and distortions that produce this moral panic, we must interpret the legend.
The essay presents the view that faith must be established in the life of the pastoral counselor in at least four areas: in community, in the use of one's spiritual gifts, in the love of mercy and the doing of justice, and in communion with God.