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Carlos Maza Serneguet

Jesuit in training. He studies the Licentiate in Fundamental Theology at the Pontificia Facoltà Teologica dell´Italia Meridionale in Naples. He collaborates with the association Figli in famiglia in the neighborhood of San Giovanni a Teduccio.

Gratuity and identity

One of the things I like in the name Cristianisme i Justícia is that it contains an insight that seems to me very precious and true: the way in which we organise our relationships...

Diversity, God

A few weeks ago, it occurred to a few fellow Jesuits here in Naples that we could think up a small cycle of conferences on the theme of conflict. I suggested approaching my contribution...

About La Llorona by Jayro Bustamante

La Llorona (or The Weeping Woman) is one of those both terrible and fascinating characters which make us like horror films, the apparition of the mother who drowned her children and now searches for...

Time Calls For Leisure

It is summer and we are in the woods. The sun is scorching everything. An admirable provider, the ant in the fable dedicates her time to gathering pieces of bread for the wintertime, while...