• Change through the Eyes of History

    The process of change and transformation is sometimes taken for granted as a mere transition from one event to another. However, as the great thinkers of the 20th century – Teilhard de Chardin, St. John Paul XXIII, and Peter Ducker – have shown, change and transformation also involve the adoption of attitudes by, and the active participation and decision-making of all the key players in history to drive society (and, eventually, history) to adopt and surmount the social and evolutionary challenges of the time.... Read more.

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  • Antidote to fundamentalism: Faith and change

    Religious fundamentalism or the hostile inflexibility in interpreting religious law has been a cause of conflict and violence over the centuries. Respect for beliefs seems to be the only way to end this tension. However, while recognizing differences between faiths, Christianity, since its institution, has offered a remedy to this fundamentalist attitude. The Resurrection itself is a symbol of radical change, presented by the Triune God as the model of social transformation and, therefore, the antidote to the rigidity of fundamentalism.... Read more.

    Antidote to fundamentalism: Faith and change
  • Hope and taste of salvation

    The First Letter of St. Peter offered early Christians an unquenchable hope, a promise of eternal life brought about by the Resurrection of Christ that persecuted Christiansliving under Roman rule longed for and needed at that time. That promised inheritance continues to become relevant today as we continue to hold on and journey with the Risen Christ.... Read more.

    Hope and taste of salvation
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The Searcher's Path

All people seek a meaning for their lives. A life ‘with meaning’ is a life ‘with value,’ i.e., worth living. That’s exactly what Jesus came for: “I came so that they might have life and have it more abundantly.” This promise answers all our questions, doubts and anxieties. It also poses a great challenge: who would be able to keep it to himself, instead of sharing it with others?

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Extraordinary People

While they lived in different periods, two young men of the 20th century, because of their similar destiny, reflected the features of Christ like the two faces of a mirror. Both had a university education and were keen mountaineers. They displayed an exceptional love for and devotion to their Catholic faith. Their holiness soon brought them to their commitment to social transformation as they both…

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In Focus

Christmas and Easter are the two times of the year that provide more social visibility for Christians in the Holy Land. But these “visible” Christians are likely to be pilgrims, mere transients, who go on tours, usually to Bethlehem and Jerusalem. One cannot help but wonder: who are the real Catholics and Christians who live in the land of Jesus? Where and how do they live?

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WM Special

The First Letter of St. Peter offered early Christians an unquenchable hope, a promise of eternal life brought about by the Resurrection of Christ that persecuted Christiansliving under Roman rule longed for and needed at that time. That promised inheritance continues to become relevant today as we continue to hold on and journey with the Risen Christ.

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