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Popular Religiosity in the Dialogue Between Faith and Culture

Daniel Cuesta Gómez, SJ

Popular religiosity: faith or culture? Some time ago, a Jesuit, who at that time was working with a parish in a working-class neighborhood, confided to us his..


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Bad Tales

Mariano Iacobellis, SJ

After their great debut with La terra dell’abbastanza (Boys Cry, 2018), the brothers Damiano and Fabio D’Innocenzo have produced a film that deserves all the awards it has received, including..


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Mary Magdalene and the Resurrection in the Gospel of Luke

Marc Rastoin, SJ

Mary Magdalene is a key figure in early Christianity. Present in the four Gospels, she occupies a unique position, being a privileged witness to the resurrection. The East loves to..


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The Hope of Corie Mattie

Claudio Zonta SJ

American street artist Corie Mattie is better known as the “LA Hope Dealer.” She uses the street and walls as frames for her art, which is a communication of meaning..


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Salvation and the Jews

David Neuhaus, SJ

American street artist Corie Mattie is better known as the “LA Hope Dealer.” She uses the street and walls as frames for her art, which is a communication of meaning..


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Before the Coffee Gets Cold

Diego Mattei, SJ

American street artist Corie Mattie is better known as the “LA Hope Dealer.” She uses the street and walls as frames for her art, which is a communication of meaning..


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Repaying the Ecological Debt: Pope Francis writes to the IMF and World Bank

Fernando de la Iglesia Viguiristi SJ

The International Monetary Fund (IMF) and the World Bank are two sister institutions created in 1944 by the Bretton Woods Agreements. The Fund was established to support the international financial system, granting conditional credits to countries experiencing temporary difficulties with their balance of payments. The World Bank, meanwhile, by financing investment projects vital to the development of poor..


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The Bible as a Cultural Gift: Four words for today

Giovanni Cucci, SJ

Father Timothy Radcliffe, who was Master General of the Dominicans, has presented the relationship between faith and culture in these terms: “I grew up in a Catholic subculture..


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Populism and Terrorism, the Illegitimate Heirs of Nihilism

Álvaro Lobo Arranz, SJ

The 21st century is no longer a child. However young it may still seem to us, the global events that we have lived through have already made this century as..


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The Future of the Parish: Pastoral Conversion to the Gospel

Giancarlo Pani SJ

Pope Francis has dwelt at length on the “pastoral conversion” of the parish. In Evangelii Gaudium (EG), quoting Vatican II, he wrote, “‘Every renewal of the Church essentially..


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The Gospel Beyond Idle Gossip: Pope Francis’ Dante

Antonio Spadaro, SJ

As provincial of the Argentine Jesuits, Pope Francis asked his confreres to allow themselves to be “founded” in the Lord to avoid being “led astray” by other ideas and doctrines..


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Xu Guangqi: A great Chinese Catholic at the service of his people and his country

Federico Lombardi, SJ

One of the districts of the great metropolis of Shanghai, bustling with life and dense with skyscrapers, is called Xujiahui (or, in other script, Zikawei). At the crossroads of the..


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