The Service of Solidarity

Solidarity is an experience common to most people. Communal tasks and responsibilities as well as shared experiences are all times when we tend to have attitudes of solidarity with others. However, it is the most painful moments of our life when solidarity becomes particularly evident as well as necessary. Poverty, injustice, sickness, the suffering of

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Journey Toward God

More than once we have heard the Christian life described not as a race of speed but rather one of resistence. The analogy of the race and its demands reveal a great truth. Openness to grace, despite the inevitable difficulties, one´s own personal weaknesses, and anything that distracts us from what is essential, ought to

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Trust in God

Trust in God The rupture that mark’s man in his most basic relationships often leads to distrust and fear. In this way, the human person, though not always consciously, assumes a stance of suspicion and distance towards others, even toward God. This distrust is manifest in fear, a lack of generosity, lies, and individualism. There’s

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The Service of Evangelization

Today’s world presents Christians with a great challenge. We live in a society that has turned its back on God, and is enclosed in a suicidal dynamism of egoism and existential lies that presents itself as the normal way of life. It is a world enslaved by ruptures and contradictions, where the culture of death,

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