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The Urgency of Universal Access to the Covid-19 Vaccine

Fernando de la Iglesia Viguiristi SJ

Over the past year, the Covid-19 pandemic has put our health at risk, brought the global economy virtually to a standstill and disrupted our lives in ways we..


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Turkmenistan

Vladimir Pachkov, SJ

Turkmenistan is one of the most mysterious countries in the world. The reason is simple: it is not easily accessible to outsiders. Although the history of civilization..


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Beyond Nihilism

Giovanni Cucci, SJ

One of the effects of the current pandemic has been the calling into question of a general silence on the “ultimate questions.” The nihilistic vision of life, which..


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Pope Francis and his Messages to Latin America

Diego Fares SJ

Francis and Latin America Before being elected as the first ever Latin American pope, on March 23, 2013, Jorge Mario Bergoglio had spent 76 years almost continuously..


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‘Before I Die’

Claudio Zonta SJ

The wall, often a symbol of division, can become an expression of life, reflection and art. Such is the case of the Before I Die Project by Candy..


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10 Years after the Arab Springs

Giovanni Sale, SJ

The Insurrections of the Arab Spring The uprisings that engulfed the Arab world in the winter and spring of 2011 were some of the most important historical events of recent times. The first began on December 17, 2010, following the protest of a young Tunisian street..


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‘Nomadland’

Claudio Zonta SJ

Nomadland, winner of a Golden Lion, Golden Globes and Academy Awards for Best Picture, Best Directing and Best Actress in a Leading Role, is based on journalist Jessica Bruder’s 2017 investigative book of the same name. Director, Chloé Zhao, is a US-based, Chinese writer and producer, with two critically acclaimed movies to her credit. Both Songs My..


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Synod Time for a ‘restless’ Italian Church

Antonio Spadaro, SJ

From May 24 to 27, 2021, the Italian Episcopal Conference held their 74th General Assembly. Pope Francis opened it with a prayer and a dialogue with the bishops..


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Muon: As long as there is error there is hope

Paolo Beltrame, SJ

“Physics could be seen as a game of chess played by the gods, with us observing the movements of the pieces on the chessboard without being aware of..


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‘Magnetism’

Luigi Territo, SJ

The pilgrimage to Mecca as mandated by the Quran (2:119; 3:90; 14:38; 22:28; 9:3), is an experience of purification and an opportunity to meditate on the “last day”..


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The Israel-Gaza Strip Conflict

David Neuhaus, SJ

Laylat al-Qadr (Night of Power) is one of the holiest times in the life of Muslim Jerusalem. In normal times, hundreds of thousands of Muslims stream from all..


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Nothing Is As It Seems

Mariano Iacobellis, SJ

French playwright Florian Zeller’s directorial debut, The Father, is an elegant and emotionally devastating chamber film which is essential viewing. Based on the play of the same name, The Father..


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