Posts in the "Living in community" category
Baptism is the sacrament by which Christians become brothers and sisters with God as their Father. As such, Christians are called to live in one family, and not as a mere group of individuals. Adventus.org seeks to help put a human face on this community, helping it to grow in mutual confidence. Articles in these categories introduce us to the goings-on of the Christian family, through sharing information on the events, people, organizations, and so on of the community.
Bloc MP Francine Lalonde has introduced her third private member’s bill, C-384, to legalize euthanasia and assisted suicide. This fall, federal deputies will talk about these medical acts to accept or refuse it. It is important for us to know more about Euthanasia and Assisted Suicide. Human Lifes are in danger. – Bill C-384 (pdf) [...]
For World Communications Day 2010, Pope Benedict XVI has chosen the theme “The priest and pastoral ministry in a digital world: New media at the service of the Word.” As the church celebrates the Year for Priests, the pope also wanted to invite the world’s priests to consider ways they could use digital media in [...]
Pope Benedict XVI’s second volume on the life of Jesus is likely to be completed next spring, a Vatican spokesman said. The book is expected to cover Christ’s childhood, Passion, death and resurrection. The first volume, “Jesus of Nazareth,” was published in 2007. Father Federico Lombardi told Catholic News Service Sept. 13 that next spring [...]
Pope Benedict to meet with contemporary artists in the Sistine Chapel(video on You Tube) Pope Benedict plans to meet up to 500 artists from around the world in November. Comments from Micha : Dear Fr. Silvain Cloutier, I want to thank you for the kind article and picture of His Holiness Pope Benedictus XVI and [...]
In these last months since Jan 21, the Church, and particularly the Pope, have gone through a tough time. The lifting of the excommunication on the four Bishops of the Society of St Pius X, caused great uproar in Church circles as well as in relations with the Jewish people. Mistakes were admittedly made from [...]