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As a scholar, Neuhold has presented an innovative methodological ground-breaking and scientifically objective picture of the life and works of one of the central figures of French Catholicism in the late 19th and early 20th century This scholarly work can be read in thought provoking way.
The community of the Generalate in Rome publishes "Il Nostro Frutto," the magazine that reports on the 2020-2021 academic year, a year marked by the Covid-19 pandemic.
"Being fathers means introducing the child to the experience of life, to reality. Not holding him back, not imprisoning him, but making him capable of choices, and giving him the freedom to leave." (Francis in Patris corde).
A long life dedicated not only to pastoral service, but to art and music. At the age of 93, he was still creating works of art. Who was Fr. Herman Falke? A Dehonian artist.
Today it is evident that vocation for discipleship, as it presents itself in its visible aspects of real life, is struggling to attract new people of quality and creativity. This is also due to the fact that the premises of many models of religious life are not viable today even from the theological aspect.
The Spanish Magazine Estudios eclesiasticos has published a critical reading of David Neuhold's book on Fr. Dehon.
An encounter, with an ecumenical focus and the Church's commitment to social justice, between Fratelli tutti of Pope Francis and Per la vita del mondo, towards a social ethos of the Orthodox Church, signed by Patriarch Bartholomew in 2020.
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.
Fr. Gilberto Heleno scj recently published a book on faith: "The present book," he writes, "intends to encourage the reader in the search for faith and to apply it in the concreteness of his daily life."
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?
Returning love for love — that’s the devotion to the Sacred Heart, returning love to Jesus by loving others, especially those most needing love.”