December 06, 2021
After riots in a Guayaquil penitentiary left 119 dead on September 28 and 62 dead on November 12, activists of the local Prison Pastoral Ministry have been warning that new rebellions, equally lethal, may happen again in the near future.  The city’s largest prison, known as Litoral (Coastal) Penitentiary, has been the stage for brutal disputes between
May 03, 2021
Eduardo Campos Limareports that the bishop at the centre of the controversy says he is leaving Ecuador and returning to his native Spain with clear conscience.
February 13, 2020
God in the Rainforest By Kathryn T Long OUP, 446pp, £22.99/$34.95 In the mid-1950s, no fewer than 23,000 North American Protestants were whizzing – sometimes trudging – around the world’s mission fields. An isolated spot, inhabited by people who had probably never seen a Westerner, and who spoke a particularly tricky language, was regarded by
March 14, 2017
The story claimed Francis made the announcement in Ecuador in 2015
April 20, 2016
Sister Clare Maria Crockett, from Northern Ireland, was teaching children to play guitar when  the earthquake struck
July 09, 2015
At Ecuador's national Marian shrine Pope Francis urges clergy: 'Do not deny your roots'
July 08, 2015
Francis addressed an outdoor meeting at the Pontifical Catholic University of Ecuador
July 08, 2015
The Pope's Mass on Tuesday at Quito's Bicentennial Park was billed as a 'Mass for evangelisation'
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