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The Roots of the Chaos in the USA

In the last few months the world has watched the United States with a growing horror and disillusionment. The nation that had always been the example and model of democracy, the shining light, has...

[End-of-Year Reflection] After the Pandemic: An Opportunity for Brother and Sisterhood

Cristianisme i Justícia. We are starting 2021 with our gaze fixed on the end of the pandemic. It seems that now the question is not when it will all be over, but rather how...

Education needs to be a transformative power

Yénifer López Ramos. “There is no more powerful transformative force than education – to promote human rights and dignity, to eradicate poverty and deepen sustainability…” This was a statement made by UNESCO in a...

Active Hope

Miguel González Martín. In these moments of so much uncertainty and pain, hope emerges as an emotion, a virtue, a “holy idea” that needs to be cultivated, both personally and collectively. There are many...

Pain and Hope on the Border

Rosa Ros, rjm y Montse Prats, rscj. (Community of Oujda. Article originally published in RCSJ España) We arrived in Oujda, a city located inside Morocco on the border with Algeria. The ten-hour trip in...