Monthly Archives: January 2014

Giving in Latin America: a question of culture

Giving in Latin America: a question of culture Daniel Kelley Why don’t Latin Americans make donations? After all, the continent now has a large formal civil society and its wealth has increased. The answer is partly to be found in the history of a region that has always looked to its hierarchies for the solutions […]

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Work … “anoints” us with dignity, fills us with dignity, makes us similar to God, who has worked and still works, who always acts – Pope Francis

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Those who have more means should feel responsible for the weaker and be ready to share with them all they possess. Those who are weaker should do what they can for the good of all. – John Paul II

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The poor ask for the right to make good use of their capacity for work. Their progress is a great opportunity for the moral, cultural, and even economic growth of all humanity. – John Paul II

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The Pope loves everyone, rich and poor alike, but he is obliged in the name of Christ to remind all that the rich must help, respect and promote the poor. – Pope Francis