Month: November 2016

Interfaith Opportunities for Christians at Advent

The Interfaith Observer, one of the most important resources for interfaith dialogue today in the United States, recently featured a useful blog post from Vicki Garlock on interfaith opportunities for Christians at Advent. Although Advent is a special Christian period of expectation and hope, it is also a time...

Gratitude, stupor and thankfulness

Fr. Michael Davitti, SX “Nunc dimittis….” and “My soul glorifies the Lord…” Thanksgiving is possible only at the end: when the harvest has been gathered in and when life approaches its end. A glance at the life that has passed, the awareness that we were never alone, that our...

Murder in Burundi: the man who knew too much

How the killing of three elderly nuns set the country’s leading human rights activist on a collision course with its most powerful general We share with you a recent investigative report on the background story referring to the murder of three Xaverian sisters in Burundi, Africa two years ago....

Part I: The Catholic Bleed & Community Outside the Church

We will be running a blog series on the departure of our young people from the Church and how we need to understand this as well draw lesson on how we innovate the ways we share Christ with our young people.  We encourage you to accompany us in this dialogue...
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