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Central African Republic: Violence in the Heart of the Continent

I work in the Central African Republic. In South Africa? No, in Central Africa. Ah, and where is that? The response seems so obvious,...

Yemen: The worst humanitarian disaster

Yemen is one of the oldest cradles of civilization of the Near East. A prosperous land, “Eudaimon Arabia”, or “Arabia Felix” (happy Arabia) of...

Honduras: A Broken Country

Honduras, a small country with a privileged geographical site, with coasts on both oceans, land borders with three countries on the narrow territory of...

My heart aches for Colombia

“I'm drowning, I'm drowning, I'm drowning in this sewer, and I ache for Spain in the depths of my heart.” (From a letter of Miguel de...

Love in time of bullets

A week ago, Sunday middnight at around 12:30, with premeditation and treachery, two armed men shouting wake up Fr. Christian. When he opens the...

The pandemic of racism in the United States

David Brooks. Observing from outside what we are now suffering in the United States -the protests, the destruction of statues and monuments, the violence against...

Cooperation In Solidarity To Get Out Of The Crisis

Daniel Jover. There has taken over a conformist view which tends to justify the drama that we are living by blaming the victims, creating...

The Spirit of Peace in World Crises

Xavier Garí de Barbarà & Álvaro Mellado Domínguez. No one doubts that we are living in a grave moment for the world. The Covid-19 pandemic...

Coronavirus: An Opportunity to Secularize Lent

For some time now I have been trying to give a rationale for the need to secularize Lent. For reasons that are self-evident, our...

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...

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