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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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CURRENT MAGAZINE: The Gospel & Cultures

CURRENT MAGAZINE: The Gospel & Cultures
Michael Nazir Ali FAITH MAGAZINE September-October 2014The last few weeks I have been closely engaged with the people and scholars of two ancient cultures – that of Egypt and of Mughal India. This has raised afresh for me the question about the relationship of the Gospel to culture.In ...
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FAQ: What does the Pope do?

FAQ: What does the Pope do?
The Pope maintains the public unity of the Church. This unity in belief and witness is essential if Jesus’ role of humanly forming and feeding us with Himself is to be continued.The Apostle Peter was the first to be given this role, as is shown in Holy Scripture. The Pope is his “Succ...
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ARCHIVE: The Spirit moves over the waters: renewing our vision of the Sacraments

ARCHIVE: The Spirit moves over the waters: renewing our vision of the Sacraments
Editorial FAITH Magazine September-October 2007 Why Sacraments?  This editorial article takes more the character of a sustained theological meditation than a topical or controversial ‘op-ed’ piece. There is good precedent for this approach in the magnificent editorials ...
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