Eduardo Campos Lima holds a degree in journalism and a doctorate in literature from the University of São Paulo, Brazil. Between 2016 and 2017, he was a Fulbright visiting research student at Columbia University. He has written for major news outlets, such as Reuters and the Brazilian newspaper Folha de S. Paulo.

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South American church network forms for Gran Chaco zone, Guarani Aquifer

The Gran Chaco and Guarani Aquifer Ecclesial Network — encompassing Paraguay, Bolivia, Argentina, Brazil and Uruguay — has been organizing to address social and environmental challenges in the region.

Catholics in Argentina speak out against mining and other extractive industries

Catholic church leaders in Argentina are speaking out against several high-impact projects involving mining, fossil fuels and industrial use of water in the South American country.

Amid protests in Colombia, Catholics emphasize they're on the side of the poor

As demonstrators continue protests in Colombia's major cities, Catholic leaders have been showing support for some of the protesters' demands, while also trying to help them dialogue with the government.

Like many in Peru, Catholics unsure who'll get their vote for president

For the second round of Peru's presidential elections, which will be held June 6, the candidates — socialist Pedro Castillo and right-winger Keiko Fujimori — don't seem to be the ideal choices for many.

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