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Those who live in palaces

Bernardo Pérez Andreo. Jesus of Nazareth was killed by the Roman procurator, with an inscription which determined the reason for his condemnation: «Jesus of Nazareth,...

Coronavirus: One Single Humanity, One Common Vulnerability

Looking inward and looking at what is essential The coronavirus has caught humanity off-guard. Pressing issues before the pandemic had little to do with an...

But Where Has Grandma Gone?

Víctor Codina. A little while ago, I read an article by a psychologist in a newspaper who, in the context of the current pandemic, recommended...

To Speak or Be Silent about God

Darío Mollá. I confess that I feel very uncomfortable with much of the “discourse” about God that I have been hearing in the midst...

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...

“Do not be afraid”

Víctor Codina. We will not easily forget the impactful white figure of Pope Francis, walking alone and in silence, on a dark and rainy...

Coronavirus Crisis, Chapter One: Collapse

Pablo Font Oporto. These days, in what I read and talk about, I find a great contrast between two extreme points of view. On the...

Planet “Caring”

If an extraterrestrial were to appear today on Earth, it would inform its alien confreres of the existence of a strange race of beings...

God and the coronavirus

Jesús Martínez Gordo. “Now that we have realized that neither God nor prayer are good for anything, it would be a good time to...

Cultural Orgy

Jorge Picó. The first days of the confinement decreed by the Government of Spain had hardly begun when all of us were launched into...

Where is God?

Víctor Codina. Fortunately, along with the terrifying and almost unhealthy television news programs about the pandemic, there have appeared alternative voices that are more...

Coronavirus: An Opportunity to Secularize Lent

Xavier Casanovas. For some time now I have been trying to give a rationale for the need to secularize Lent. For reasons that are...

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