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Faith Summer Session 2014: A Review

In early August 2014, several hundred young Catholics from across the British Isles gathered for five days at The Woldingham School in Surrey. They came together to attend the Faith Movement’s 42nd Annual Summer Session. From modest beginnings, this event has now grown into a major annual conference for young adults. Their number includes an ever burgeoning cohort of seminarians, priests and religious. The overwhelming majority, however, are young lay Catholics.

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ARCHIVE: Holiness is Fitting for your House, O Lord

ARCHIVE: Holiness is Fitting for your House, O Lord
Editorial FAITH Magazine September-October 2003“If anything constant remains in our days of recurring crisis, it is that the certainties have gone out of life, out of the life of the individual and out of the life of society.It is a heartbreaking realisation.The feeling of insecurity i...
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FAQ: If disease & death are a result of Original Sin, then how come they affect organisms that cannot sin & predate the Fall?

FAQ: If disease & death are a result of Original Sin, then how come they affect organisms that cannot sin & predate the Fall?
Properly speaking, it is human suffering and death which are a result of the Fall, not disease and death in the purely material creation. Clearly, if God gave humans and animals the plants for food (Gen 1:29-30), then He envisaged that plants would die before the Fall. And presuming that we are n...
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ARCHIVE: The Crusades - Seeking the Truth

ARCHIVE: The Crusades - Seeking the Truth
Nicholas Schofield FAITH Magazine May-June 2006The crusades capture the imagination – but over the years they have done so in many different ways. Here are three modern examples:When I was a boy, I spent many a happy hour with my toy soldiers. I was particularly keen on playing ‘...
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