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Eric Hoffer Book Award Finalist - This volume aims to approximate Jesus with historical rigor and in simple language, in order to bring his person and message closer to people today.  
JESUS. AN HISTORICAL APPROXIMATION
Author: JOSÉ ANTONIO PAGOLA
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JESUS. AN HISTORICAL APPROXIMATION
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Hedwig Lewis

Hedwig Lewis


Hedwig Lewis, S.J. was born in Mumbai (Bombay), India, in 1945. He joined the Society of Jesus (Jesuits), Gujarat Province in 1964 and was ordained a priest and was appointed as lecturer at St. Xavier’s College, Ahmedabad in 1977. Fr. Lewis has two master’s degrees (one in English literature [India] and one in human resource development [USA]). He has held several administrative posts, including rector and principal of St. Xavier’s College, direc...

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A Prophetic Bishop Speaks to his People


This volume is the first in an ambitious initiative by the Romero Trust and Convivium Press to provide English translations of a series of books about the martyred Archbishop Oscar Arnulfo Romero.  Romero has been attracting a growing interest worldwide because of his prophetic words and his option for the poor, which he faithfully lived out until his assassination at the altar.

With an integrity and authenticity rare in th...

 

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Words for reflection and reconciliation

Returning to One’s Own Center

A fable from the fourth century Egyptian Christian tradition reads as follows: «A father used to say, “Just as it is impossible
for you to see your face reflected on troubled waters, in the very same way, your soul cannot pray to God in contemplation if it is not free from alien thoughts”»?.
 
We are living on a long path that returns us to the center of ourselves. Increasingly, we attempt to recover from the feeling that we are traveling on a high-speed train in which our personal and social experiences flow at such a velocity that we are unable to understand them and make them our own. This results in feelings of disorientation and of being aliens in our own land, in our own history, and in the collective history that has shaped our being. We all feel the need to return to our own center and to come to terms with the fact that we live in this world, that we exist as human beings. We de...



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