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Hope

by Jean-François Blancheton translation Louise Thunin For me, hope has a face: that of Jesus of Nazareth, whose words and acts have reached us over space and time. Jesus, the one who goes forth to meet children, women and men ...

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Editorial

James Woody Translation Louise Thunin Death is life. First of all, because death is one of the stages of life. Moreover, from the time when we accept death as an inevitable element of our personal history, we are finally able ...

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The Bible and Comics

By Adrien Bridel Adrien Bridel draws a subtle parallel between the Bible and comics, which, far from being fanciful, allows us to open up a passageway between two cultures that have more in common than meets the eye. “With great ...

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Helping with Inner Suffering

by Pierre Lambert, O.P. Pierre Lambert, a Dominican, has been helping people suffering from inner distress for over three years, in the framework of a Service set up by the Church. Translation Louise Thunin “…a thorn was given me in ...

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Continue  

After  Gregory  of  Nazianzus translation Canon Tony Dickinson   
 
 Lord,   
Continue  to  give  to  me,
So  that  I  can  share.    Continue  to  forgive  me,     
So  that  I  know  how  to  be  lenient.    
 
 Continue  to ...

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Our Identity is Dynamic

by Jacques Juillard translation Louise Thunin Jacques Juillard describes a quest for self, an identity that is difficult to define, since it involves movement through time and cannot be grasped. Do I exist in an everlasting way? Does something that ...

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Telling Children about God

Telling Children about God Gilles Castelnau translation Louise Thunin Tell your children that God is an all-powerful Father, and they’ll pray for a good grade in school and a sunny weekend. Then they’ll lose their “faith”, because it doesn’t work. ...

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The big words of theology

Theology, like any discipline, is a constant search. For that, it needs to build its own vocabulary to evoke the ideas it develops. But these words sometimes become inaccessible, like all specialised languages. We want, in this series, to make ...

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