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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...

Fraternity or fratricide: That is the Question. An Urgent Reading of “Fratelli tutti”

That a pope should speak about fraternity is nothing new. Architects talk about buildings, mechanics talk about motors, dentists about endodontics and the popes...

To Be a Migrant in Time of Pandemic

Gerardo Cruz González. “Hospitality is a concrete way of not depriving oneself of this challenge and this gift that is the encounter with humankind beyond...

[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...

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...

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