Justice, Peace and Ecology Articles

This reflection on COVID-19 and Easter was written by the Missionary Society of St.

The coronavirus has brought us together as a human family as no other event in recent time. But now we face a future in which the entire planet is impacted by the great…

Columban missionaries have been accompanying communities along the US/MX border for over 25 years. Every day we see how border communities are models of hospitality and…

Columban missionaries have been accompanying communities along the US/MX border for over 25 years. Every day we see how border communities are models of hospitality and…

Columban missionaries have been accompanying communities along the US/MX border for over 25 years. Every day we see how border communities are models of hospitality and…

As Catholic missionaries who have a long history of working in cross-cultural settings around the world, we have seen how police and military violence are used to …

The Synod marks a turning point, a before and after of the Church. It is a ray of light that affirms hope in a time of great darkness. This current historical moment is…

We choose to promote a culture of peace and nonviolence that reflects an inner well-being, just social and economic structures, active nonviolence in the face of…

Every morning on the news and every evening, we hear the drumbeats of possible war with Iran or North Korea; we hear, too, the cry of the victims we will likely never meet…

We invite you to come and see the reality beyond the rhetoric. By taking these nine steps, we hope you will gain a greater understanding of what is really going on at the…

Columbans around the world see how the massive extraction of natural resources is one of the root causes of many other injustices: species extinction, climate change, and…

Many countries with high levels of natural resource wealth also have higher rates of income inequality. This is known as the “resource curse,” or the “paradox of plenty.”…