The world will see clearer this week, and politicians across the hemisphere will be keen to hear, how Francis deals with a country and society that makes many Latin Americans deeply conflicted.
Now that Pope Francis has landed back in Italy, some of his friends in the Curia will be asking, “what did Brazil do to our dear Frank?” In a few […]
The election of Pope Francis is still the big story across Latin America. Everybody’s weighing in on what the world’s first New World (sort of), Jesuit, subway-riding, Kirchner-bashing, Italian emigrant […]
As the world looks on while the Vatican chooses its next leader, it’s worth pointing out that the Western Hemisphere is solidly a Catholic one. If it weren’t for the […]
There’s not much to add to Javier Corrales’ and Cameron Combs’ exhaustive and herculean review of 2012 gay rights developments in the hemisphere other than to say it has been an important year for […]