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SATAN IN THE SEWER?, SOME CHALLENGES FOR THE CHURCH FROM INDIGENOUS PEOPLES
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By Manolo Berjón and Miguel Ángel Cadenas* It is April 18, 2017, when our phone rings and the caller says, “A woman needs you to come pray.” Our parish is in Punchana, a district of the city of Iquitos. The caller explains briefly … Read More

ABOUT THE AMAZONIAN HYDROVIA
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Markets need infrastructure in order to develop. In 2000, at a summit of South American heads of state in Brasília, the decision was made to pursue the Integration of Regional Infrastructure in South America (IIRSA, for its Spanish initials). The … Read More

Pope Francis in Amazonia, the Periphery of the Peripheries
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Pope Francis brought a message of hope to the Church and to the whole people of Peru.  But after a minimum of formalities in Lima, his very first call was to the periphery of the country. It was a joy-filled … Read More

A MATTER OF JOURNEYING – Some Challenges for the Church from Indigenous Peoples
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Pope Francis’ call for a “pan-Amazonian synod” fills us with joy. The word “synod” comes from a root meaning “journeying together.” And although we need the help of experts to guide us, it is important for all of us Christians … Read More

Pope Francis’ Vision for the Church as given in Evangelii Gaudium (The Joy of the Gospel) & Laudato Si (On Care for Our Common Home)
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Preamble Laudato Si is ‘a great and timely gift to humanity’ says Jeffrey Sachs, one of the most distinguished economists of our time. It has been applauded by the world’s political leaders North and South, by scientists and by theologians … Read More

In God’s Plan, It’s Not Earth vs Humanity
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Cardinal Turkson gives overview of Laudato Si’: “Humanity is not an afterthought. God did not have two agendas: first the world and then humanity” Cardinal Peter Turkson, president of the Pontifical Council for Justice and Peace, today addressed a conference on … Read More