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Jesus’ birth in the events of human suffering

Even in the midst of human suffering, Jesus’ presence this Christmas time inspires us to live for hope and journey with the people

Sight: Power, invisibility, and solidarity

"I thought I saw one open in an unlikely place — “under the bridge,” literally and metaphorically"

Video: Surviving the Pandemic: Solidarity at the Margins

A lecture delivered by Father Daniel Franklin E. Pilario, C.M. at St. John's University in the United States on Dec. 6, 2021

‘Squid Game’ characters drawn from director’s life

Director Hwang's works have consistently and critically responded to social ills, power and human suffering

Vatican meeting highlights ‘post-pandemic regeneration’

The meeting aims to look into how the world can go out of "so many global pandemics: poverty, injustice, inequality and wars”

Following in the footsteps of Francis (1)

St. Francis was not in love with pain itself, but with our Lord who loved and suffered for him

The child — the naked face of the other

If there is any position to which we all should defer, it is not to the power of the law but to the cry of the weak, the powerless

‘If you want peace, work for justice’

"The victims of our society, despite the deaths they undergo each day, truly desire to live. Let us make them live."

Theologians told: See ‘contemporary challenges in light of the Wisdom of...

“This missionary calling is directed above all towards the crucified of our age -- the poor, the weak, the oppressed...."

The evil that we do

Justice is constituted less through an equality of “the end” but more in an equality of “the means to the end"

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