Monthly Archives: February 2019

Vatican, February 21-24, 2019. The Protection of Minors in the Church: A meeting in solidarity, humility, and penitence

This homepage was established to be able to transparently and authentically follow the process of change and development, both during the meeting and thereafter. Thus, beyond February 2019, it should be traceable what stimulus has come from within and outside of the meeting for the protection of minors, and how this has been implemented and/or developed further. Continue reading

AFRICA/CONGO – The Franciscans: a mission of proximity with street children

They offer food and lodging, take care of them, help them to study and learn a trade. Thus, for over 20 years, the Franciscan friars of the Republic of Congo, in their mission of fidelity to the Gospel and of proximity to the poorest, help street children in the capital Brazzaville. Until about 30 years ago the problem of street children was almost non-existent in Africa. Continue reading

UISG. Lenten Retreat “Homecoming: The Grace of Transformation” – March 23

A day of reflection on the mystery of transformation at work in the Universe Story and in our Christian Story from ASHES TO ALLELUIA! Monica and Hilary will provide participants with an opportunity to reflect on the Scripture imagery and themes of this Lenten Season, enlightened and enriched by the mysteries at work in the Universe Story. Continue reading

The Lay Centre at Foyer Unitas: Of Pearls and Prodigals: Hearing Jesus’ Parables as Jewish Stories

PI 2018-2019 – Thursday, 21 February at 5 p.m.

“Of Pearls and Prodigals: Hearing Jesus’ Parables as Jewish Stories”

Dr. Amy-Jill Levine, University professor of New Testament and Jewish Studies and Mary Jane Werthan Professor of Jewish Studies (Vanderbilt Divinity School and College of Arts and Science) will  discuss how understanding

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