Honduras: Coverage from ‘America’

Tegucigalpa, the capital of Honduras

A delegation representing Jesuit ministries in the United States and Canada traveled across Honduras from Sept. 7-15, 2013, to learn more about the challenges facing the country following the military coup in 2009 and the response of the Catholic Church. Luke Hansen, S.J., an associate editor of America, participated in the delegation.

Down to Earth: A struggle over land and power in Honduras, Luke Hansen, S.J. (Feb. 10 issue)

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Mining Justice: Defending the environment and stopping violence in Honduras, an interview with Bishop Michael Lenihan, O.F.M., of La Ceiba (Feb. 10 issue)

Report on Honduras: A podcast with Shaina Aber (Jan. 31, 2014)

Honduras Holds Elections, But Will Anything Change? Ismael Moreno Coto, S.J. (Jan. 31, 2014)

A photo journal from the delegation to Honduras, Luke Hansen, S.J. (Jan. 10, 2014)

Padre Melo: Pastoral and Transformational, Nicholas Napolitano (Oct. 29, 2013)

Sin and Grace in Honduras, a theological reflection by Rafael García, S.J. (Oct. 22, 2013)

Celebrating the Life of Padre Guadalupe, Nicholas Napolitano (Oct. 21, 2013)

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