Reflections by 27 Dehonians on the time of the pandemic and the impact in personal, social and ecclesial life.
Pandemic time, closed churches, calamity time... this is the time in which we live. However, all of this didn’t stop the journey of three young dehonians in Mozambique
Fr. Jakub recounts his experience of forced isolation due to Covid-19.
The SCJs in Portugal, after the various waves of the pandemic, have regained life and pastoral dynamism.
For more than a decade we have been witnessing progressive globalization of crises in the world, the current pandemic of COVID-19 is the most powerful manifestation. The author proposes ways of renewing humanity in each of us and in a global way, starting from a re-reading of the consequences of the current crisis caused by Covid-19.
In this time of pandemic, it is not a question of understanding religious life to be in crisis, but of finding a sensibility that permeates everyday life when one's regular life is forced to close in on itself. What is the role of religious life in our cities?
Our whole life can be illuminated by Moses’ journey of prayer, who learned to pray and exercised it. It applies to us as well, in a progressive passage of maturation.
A second wave of the coronavirus has seriously affected India, and has directly affected many Dehonians there.
In the midst of a pandemic, more or less all of us, sooner or later, have asked ourselves "how come?", and as believers we have addressed to God for an invocation or a supplication: "but why Lord? Do I lack faith if I try to understand?". Or we have been disappointed, when God - at least it seems - did not answer, "but then, does He really exist?"
Christmas time is now behind us. Young Dehonian confreres in India have built a COVID-19 crib: a symbol that goes beyond Christmas.
Religious practice in Advent 2020 is being put to the test.
A conversation with Fr. Manuel Antonio Teixeira about the status of the Dehonian Theological Commission.