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Two Jesuit priests killed in a church in Mexico

22 June 2022

A priest blesses the photos of Jesuit priests Javier Campos Morales, left, and Joaquin Cesar Mora Salazar during a Mass to mourn them, at a

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To feed or to fuel? 

By Francisca Marques Jesuit Missions Journalist The fact that food such as wheat, maize and oilseeds can be converted into fuel for cars and machines

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Availability and Accessibility of Basic Education at the Margin of Margins

14 June 2022

By Fr. Wanyonyi Eric Simiyu, S.J. Accessing basic primary education is a privilege to a few children of Akol Jal village. Akol Jal villages is

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How can Indigenous communities’ voice be brought into dialogue with Guyana’s coast? “That’s the challenge of the moment”

24 May 2022

Interview with Fr Paul Martin SJ Having worked in Guyana for more than 20 years, Father Paul Martin SJ shares with us his reflections on

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“The disaster that is Myanmar at the moment has disappeared from the news”

While the world’s attention is on the horrific war in Ukraine, the Jesuits in Myanmar are doing everything they can to accompany the people who

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