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There are many stories of returnees and their reasons for returning. In this simple article. I would like to share the story of one family that just returned 1or 2 years ago. The parents are 53 years old. They have 6 children, 4 girls and two...

Within the scope of the JRS Change program, a student at our St. Raphaela's Secondary School in Dublin wrote the following reflection and made a promise to work hard after meeting Ghazal, a Syrian refugee living in Ireland. “Following meeting and listening to Ghazal, and learning...

The latest encyclical of Pope Francis calls for a more just, more human, and more fraternal world based on love and mutual enrichment rather than suspicion and cold indifference, says Cardinal Michael Czerny in the following article. Taking up this call is not optional, for...

We have celebrated past Christmas expanding the "we". In the school community of Ituzaingo we have welcomed an Armenian family and in Las Tunas three family groups from Venezuela. And the "we" has included a whole network of organizations and people. We experience Hope … Conztanza...

This Sunday advent begins and we want to share a proposal from the MIGRANTS AND REFUGEES SECTION. Here are two novel ways to help you continue carrying out Pope Francis’s message for the 2020 World Day of Migrants and Refugees during Advent.   The first is a calendar to use in...

Typhoon Rolly was the strongest typhoon in the Philippines this year, making four landfalls and leaving people dead, while causing damage to agriculture and infrastructure. Only a week later, Typhoon Ulysses caught everyone by surprise; it battered the Island of Luzon, leaving many provinces and...