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Walking the Ignatian Way: between Kairos and Bytes

Walking is one of the first apprenticeships that we undertake in our evolutionary process from the cradle.  As the years pass, from those first...

Do we decide?

New Zealand’s Government has proposed a plan to prevent smoking for future generations. The new legislation will come into force as in 2023, when...

Year-End Reflection: Penultimate Words

In recent years, our “Year-End Reflections” have been characterised by a feeling of permanent threat: the surge in authoritarianism, the breach of the social...

The Infant Jesus’s Kiss

How breath-taking it would be to give the infant Jesus a kiss! He who came to save us would doubtless have been a captivating...

The Nature of Abuse against Women

Many times I feel uncomfortable about having to write about certain subjects on certain days of the year. It is an uncomfortableness that arises...

Why have I Baptized my Son?

In a society that is profoundly secularized and where the Catholic Church loses the faithful at the same rhythm as the trickle of water...

Pope Francis and Fareed Zakaria: Two prophets for a post-covid world?

Nowadays, many people wonder with uncertainty what the post-pandemic world will be like and try to find answers from different sources. Reading Fareed Zakaria’s...

The Lesson of the Cicadas

This year, in the part of the United States where I live, we have had an invasion of cicadas. Billions have appeared suddenly as...

Four keys to understanding Afghanistan

The Taliban have regained the power they lost after the US invasion supported by NATO in 2001. In just a few days one city...

Luna and Abdou: The scandal of a Samaritan embrace

Where many of us saw a Samaritan embrace that indicated the unavoidable reality of human brotherhood, others saw the apocalyptic threat of an action...

The new

Creativity is today's magic word. It is contemporary politicians’ talisman when facing social quandaries, it is included in the curricula of the top universities...

Can We Retrieve Indian Democracy from the BJP’s Hindu Nationalist Agenda?

Seventy-three years after India was freed from British rule, our country finds itself enmeshed in a web of communalism and anti-people policies, with institutions...

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