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Missionary

Missionary botanist. Camellia Tea.

Pharmacist, botanist and missionary, the Moravian Jesuit Brother Josef Kamel (1661-1706) left the Hapsburg Empire to go to the Philippines where he continued his work and research. He was so successful that Carlo Linneo, the famous Swedish doctor and naturalist, named the genus Camellia after him. Tea is one of the simplest and most natural…

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Advocacy

Making a Common Cause with the Poor and with the…

About thirty members of the Comboni Family (Lay, Secular, Religious, men and women, from Africa, America and Europe), met  from July 27 to August 3,…

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Baobab

Why all the cows belong to the Maasai.

In the beginning, the Maasai did not have any cattle. One day God called Maasinta, who was the first Maasai and said to him: “I want…

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Youth & Mission

Young People make their roots flower again.

The new Latin American generations are following the invitation of Pope Francis to "be proud of the history of their peoples". Two examples of sustainable development…

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