'America' en Español

Thanks to the Jesuit Web site Mirada Global, select articles from America are now available in Spanish. You can browse them here.

Mirada Global has also translated these articles into Portugese; to switch languages click on the flag-colored icons in the upper right hand corner of the article page.

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Tim Reidy

 

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david power
8 years 2 months ago
Good news!!
Bearing in mind that the first catholic language is Spanish it is about time that the main catholic blogs catered to the Latino market.
The emerging catholic population in the USA needs to be brought to the discussion table.
Anyway,Suerte!! 

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