Talk about AIDS is dominated by medical and sociological theories, yet none of these theories have actually sought to articulate a dialogue that is rooted in the African worldview, until now.
This is a highly accessible guide to ways in which the monastic wisdom of the early Middle Ages is still relevant to anyone who wants to understand what happiness really is, and how it can be reached.
This elegantly-produced work serves a dual purpose: it reflects an actual pilgrimage to the Holy Land by the author; and it is a sort of verbal pilgrimage through the texts of the third Gospel.
Immaculee Ilibagiza shares the power of faith in God through her experience of the Rwandan genocide. She attests that forgiveness is possible - even for those who killed her parents.
This ecumenical collection initially questions the directions in which prevention debates and theological reflection travel, not least in seeking to establish some common reference points. It movingly roots the discussion in the stories of real lives.
18 essays cover the life of Ignatius; the Society’s European foundations; early Jesuit missionary enterprises; the Jesuit contribution to arts & sciences; & the Jesuits’ role in the modern world.
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