Honduras: Psychosocial Intervention in Post-Eta and Iota Shelters

Honduras: Psychosocial Intervention in Post-Eta and Iota Shelters

The project “Psychosocial Intervention in Shelters (IPSA)” The project responded to the needs generated by hurricanes Eta and Iota in two sectors of the capital (Comayagüela and Tegucigalpa) and in the municipality of Choloma in the Department of Cortés in Honduras....
Serving in a Franciscan community “soup kitchen”

Serving in a Franciscan community “soup kitchen”

Serving in a Franciscan soup kitchen involves giving of your entire being to people in need. The Gospel reminds us of the reality of the poor and the need to feed the hungry, give a drink to the thirsty, house the stranger, and clothe the naked (Mt. 25,31-36). These...
Migration: a meeting of views, knowledge and cultures

Migration: a meeting of views, knowledge and cultures

I will always remember my first time arriving as a “regular” migrant to a different town from the one where I was born. It was at the same time an encounter and a cultural shock, where my mentality, words, gestures, beliefs and practices provoked a sense of dilemma...
Migrant woman: an indelible mark for history.

Migrant woman: an indelible mark for history.

Today everyone seeks to be in movement, but there are movements that are not for health, physical well-being, daily work or recreation. I will refer here to a movement that forces you to leave what you love, what you exist for, what you live for. These movements,...