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Encounter as a Dimension of Cultures and a Path to Peace

By: Arturo Sosa, SJ

The structural injustice characteristic of current socio-political relations appears to be a legacy that the preceding historical epoch is leaving to the new one that is beginning. During this change of epoch, we are witnessing situations, like the coronavirus pandemic, that affect all of humanity and that reveal clearly the extent and the depth of structural injustice. Social gaps, poverty, forced migration, and other calamities continue to grow. It seems impossible to halt the environmental deterioration caused by the production...

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To Believe is to be Vulnerable – The ‘disadvantages’ of being a believer

By: Joseph Lobo, SJ

The arrest, harassment, inhumane treatment and finally death in custody of Father Stan Swamy in India on July 5, 2021, reveal some important consequences of our faith.[1] Among them, there is the apparent helplessness and total vulnerability of a believer in the face of certain operatives in the state machine and of those forces for whom fairness, justice, peace, and ultimately any noble principle of civil morality are meaningless. In such circumstances, a believer, whose faith life is based on...

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The World Economy Emerges From Covid And Goes To War

By: Fernando de la Iglesia Viguiristi SJ

We are going through a time of great uncertainty. For more than two years, the pandemic has been shaking the foundations of the world economy. No one could have foreseen or anticipated the impact on the production of goods, as well as on transport. In addition, in recent months there have been continuous tensions in energy markets, which are going through a difficult and costly transition to carbon neutrality, as well as with raw materials, whose prices are soaring due...

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The Cry of the Earth: An interview with Bruno Latour

By: Antonio Spadaro, SJ

Bruno Latour is a philosopher, sociologist, anthropologist and professor emeritus of Sciences Po University in Paris.[1] His works have been translated into some thirty languages, making him the most widely read contemporary French-speaking author in the world. His work on the climate crisis has made him a world figure on the ecological issue, he is “the thinker who inspires the planet,” as the cover of the weekly L’Obs styled him last year.[2] He lives near the Odéon, in the heart...

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An Entangled Cat and Fabulous Physics

By: Paolo Beltrame, SJ

One fairy tale, many fairy tales “Once upon a time there was an old miller with three children, a donkey, a tabby cat, and not a penny to his name...” So begins one of the many versions of the fairytale Puss in Boots. Well, is there by chance anything in common between such make-believe tales and contemporary physics? Can cold and aseptic mathematical formulas regarding natural phenomena have anything in common with exquisitely human creations such as stories told to...

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Charles de Foucauld: Prophet of Universal Fraternity

By: Giancarlo Pani SJ

“In the desert we are never alone.”[1] This affirmation comes from someone who loved the Sahara, Little Brother Charles of Jesus, Charles de Foucauld, and it embodies the essence of his life in the desert, where he lived in adoration before the Blessed Sacrament, his own “treasure.” It embodied the presence and humility of God, but was also the sacrament of love. He had chosen to “take his place as close as possible to Jesus of Nazareth, among the least,...

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