AGGIORNAMENTO OF THE CHINESE CATHOLIC CHURCH

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Discerning Faith in a Post-Christian Culture

By: Paolo Gamberini, SJ

In his address to the participants at the International Peace Conference at Al-Azhar (Cairo, Egypt) on April 28, 2017, Pope Francis reminded his listeners that dialogue on a global level may occur if three basic duties are observed: the duty to respect one’s own identity and that of others, the courage to accept differences, and the willingness to recognize the sincerity of the intentions of other people.[1] In Evangelii Gaudium (EG), his apostolic exhortation on “The Joy of the Gospel,”...

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‘Gaudete et Exsultate’, Pope Francis calls on us to ‘Rejoice and be Glad’

By: Antonio Spadaro, SJ

Gaudete et Exsultate Sources, Structure and Meaning of Pope Francis' Apostolic Exhortation Five years after his election Pope Francis has decided to publish his third apostolic exhortation, titled Gaudete et Exsultate (GE). As the subtitle explicitly states, its theme is “the call to holiness in today’s world.” The pontiff launches a plain, essential message, indicating that what counts, what is the essence of Christian life – to use the terminology of St. Ignatius of Loyola – is to “seek and...

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“Generating the Future”: Francis’ apostolic journey to Chile and Peru

By: Diego Fares SJ

On January 15, 2018, at 8:30 a.m., a flight with Pope Francis, the papal entourage and accredited journalists on board departed Rome for Santiago de Chile. Thus began the pope’s 22nd apostolic journey overseas, this time to Chile and Peru. Here we will try to illustrate two particular focal points – future and unity – that can act as interpretative keys of the entire apostolic journey, before presenting in further detail some moments and concluding with a synthesis. The two...

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Martin Luther’s Vocation

By: Giancarlo Pani SJ

A topic like Luther’s vocation does not capture the attention of his biographers. It is taken for granted. Everyone talks about it, but only in a generic way. In truth, the facts are not so apparent. Luther entered the monastery when he was 21 years old, after a storm. On July 2, 1505, while returning to Erfurt from Mansfeld where he was visiting some relatives, he was caught in a storm near Stotternheim, a few kilometers from home. Lightning struck...

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Bullying and Cyberbullying: Two phenomena on the rise

By: Giovanni Cucci, SJ

Some points of reference A non-profit telephone helpline set up in Italy in 1987 to guarantee the rights of children, Telefono Azzurro, recorded 270 cases of bullying and cyberbullying in the course of nine months (September 2015 to June 2016), practically one call a day leading to 619 consultations. The victims of physical bullying are for the most part male (55 percent); girls, on the other hand, are the object of most cases of cyberbullying (70 percent). The perpetrators are...

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The Catholic Church and the Holy City

By: David Neuhaus, SJ

Pope Francis spoke about Jerusalem at his general audience on December 6, 2017, just a few hours before US President Donald Trump affirmed that his government recognizes Jerusalem as “the capital of Israel.”[1] Pope Francis said: “I cannot remain silent about my deep concern for the situation that has developed in recent days and, at the same time, I wish to make a heartfelt appeal to ensure that everyone is committed to respecting the status quo of the city, in...

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