Published Date : 2020-10-15
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Hopes for South Sudan’s Government of National Unity

By: Hermann-Habib Kibangou, SJ

Africa is the youngest continent in the world with its 1.2 billion inhabitants having an average age of 19. Each of its 54 countries has a history worthy of individual consideration. By pure coincidence, this continent is also home to the youngest country in the world. Located in East Africa, South Sudan separated from Sudan (in Arabic, Beled as-Sudan, or “Country of the Black Men”[1]) after more than two decades of war. A referendum of self-determination took place January 9-15,...

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Poetry is a Planet of Living Trees: An interview with Ana Varela Tafur

By: Diego Fares SJ

“The pope’s document gives us much to reflect on. It is beautiful, illuminating and full of hope in humanity. Beloved Amazon, so loved and suffering” (Ana Varela Tafur) It was the custom for popes not to mention contemporary authors in their official documents. Francis has done so since the beginning of his pontificate. In the apostolic exhortation Querida Amazonia (QA) he draws on 16 Latin American poets, women and men. “Francis’ decision to include the poetic and symbolic logos as...

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