June 01, 2021

Communities that Teach Us Through Persistence

Written by Serena Cosgrove, PhD ([email protected]) Living in the small, rural community of Orinoco on the isolated Caribbean coast of southern Nicaragua, Mateo is a Garifuna leader and healer who uses ancestral medicine made from medicinal plants to promote the health of his community. He knows how important his teas and poultices are because often... View Article

Communities that Teach Us Through Persistence

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May 27, 2021

Magis Americas Joins the Catholic Cares in Support of Vaccine Equity

As global vaccine rollout continues, marking how society will start to return to some level of normalcy, it has been estimated that more than 85 poor countries will not have widespread access to coronavirus vaccines before 2023. Reaching herd immunity is key for Global South nations, allowing them to minimize the large impacts this crisis... View Article

Magis Americas Joins the Catholic Cares in Support of Vaccine Equity

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May 26, 2021

Living in Solidarity When Distances are Far

Written by Ted Penton, S.J, Secretary of the Office of Justice and Ecology at the Jesuit Conference of Canada and the United States shares with Magis Americas his reflections on how Jesuit networks help make our solidarity concrete. Among the blessings in my life as a Jesuit are the many relationships I’ve developed around the... View Article

Living in Solidarity When Distances are Far

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