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18 years ago, a community of small-holder indigenous coffee farmers in Chiapas, Mexico approached the Jesuits for assistance to end forced migration from the region. Today, the resulting cooperative is transforming their community and bringing a powerful, tangible opportunity for support of a successful justice initiative to the U.S.
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President Trump’s words are absolutely correct: “This is a humanitarian crisis, a crisis of the heart and a crisis of the soul.” But how he applies these words are absolutely incorrect.
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The following is a transcription of the homily shared by Fr. Robert Currie, S.J., at the funeral mass of his brother Fr. Charlie Currie, S.J., who passed away on January 4, 2019.