Sister Margaret Lacson, MM, describes her experience with the Deeptime Leadership and Wellness Course offered by the Deeptime Journey Network, a Princeton, New Jersey-based nonprofit focused on building a community that “understands the universe as a primary context.”
January - February 2023
One year after facing criticism for a friendly meeting with junta chief Senior General Min Aung Hlaing, Cardinal Charles Bo of Yangon calls on Catholics to pray for the conflict-torn nation. The following article was first published by UCA News on December 9. 2022.
Several dozen Peruvians have lost their lives and hundreds have been injured in the unrest following a rapid succession of power shifts at the presidential level at the end of 2022. This article previously appeared on our website in late December and is presented here with a January update.
A group of Bolivian academics, journalists, and former government officials, concerned about the state of democracy in Bolivia after the 2019 elections and the subsequent ouster of then-President Evo Morales, has produced a new book, Los 40 años del 10 de octubre - Memorias de nuestra democracia (The 40 Years Since the 10th of October: Memories of Our Democracy).
Susan Gunn of the Maryknoll Office for Global Concerns, wrote this reflection on the visit of the LCWR-SHARE Foundation delegation to the communities in El Salvador where the churchwomen were martyred in 1980.
The following article was published in the January-February 2023 issue of NewsNotes.