Justice, Peace and Ecology Articles

The twin ecological crises of climate change and biodiversity loss were at the center of international and national discussion for much of 2021. As 2022 gets underway, we…

Those that accompany migrants along their journey know that governments do not always live up to their commitments. Often nonprofit organizations, and especially faith-…

Since detecting the first reported coronavirus (Covid-19 or pandemic) cases, the people in the Philippines are experiencing widespread fear of contracting Covid-19.

On the 24 May the Vatican will invite the entire Catholic Church to embark on an audacious faith-filled, decade-long journey through the Laudato Si 

In Chile and Peru, the Covid-19 pandemic is surging and creating even more suffering for the poor and the vulnerable. The effects of the pandemic go far beyond being…

This week, the Biden administration completes the first 100 days of its administration.

At the beginning of this year, with the inauguration of a new President and the beginning of a new Congress, we shared our advocacy priorities for 2021. This week marks…

On Holy Thursday, we commemorate the last meal Jesus ate before his execution.

When we describe what happened on the first Easter Sunday, we talk about how Jesus “conquered death.” But that language removes the context from Jesus’ death.

When Christians talk about the crucifixion, we sometimes talk about it as if it were inevitable.

When we celebrate Holy Week, we usually forget about Holy Saturday. This is a mistake.