Quixote Center

Quixote Center

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  • CSO: Next Chapter

    Written by: Dolly Pomerleau  and  Kathleen Blank Riether, Quixote Volunteer Catholics Speak Out (CSO), since its inception has focused on dialogue between the laity and hierarchy promoting equality and justice within the Church.  We are now discerning the need for a shift and expansion in CSO’s mission as the national climate of polarization in our... Read More

Quixote Center

Category: Content
Type: Blog Article

Generated 1 month ago

Quixote Center

Category: Content
Type: Blog Article

Generated 2 months ago

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  • NICA Act: Perpetuating Suffering in Nicaragua

      The Nicaraguan Investment Conditionality Act (NICA Act) is a congressional bill introduced in July 2016. The NICA Act focuses on limiting long term aid to Nicaragua from financial institutions such the International Monetary Fund and the World Bank due to the Nicaraguan government’s restrictions on transparent elections and limitations on political freedoms (i.e. political opposition... Read Mor...

  • Homes of Hope – Manos Amigos

    This August we began our first concentrated construction project through the Homes of Hope and our financing agreement with Banpro. Concentrating production allows us to save money on materials, transportation, and labor, and gives the homes a strong social component as new communities are built with the houses. Our first client for this new approach... Read More

  • Progress After Matthew: Yielding Change Picks up Steam

    In October we watched as Hurricane Matthew slammed into Haiti, a country still mired in a years-long governance crisis that grew out of an earthquake in 2010. We were not optimistic about the outcome for Haiti’s most vulnerable populations, the poor and the rural poor. The storm destroyed much of southern Haiti and the northwestern peninsula,... Read More

  • Blessed be: Inclusivity

    My head has been solidly in two zones this past fall: the election and the intensive revision of the Inclusive Lectionary Sunday reading series. Then the zones merged into one — the use of language, and how it can cause pain to “the poor, the lame, the blind, the deaf.” and so on. The language... Read More

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