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THE OPENED DOORS OF HEAVEN

admin / January 8, 2021

Fr Jijo Kandamkulathy CMFClaretian Publications 10 January 2021 – Baptism of the Lord – Year BMark 1:7-11 In those days, in the shallows of Jordan, John the Baptist was baptizing, a mark for people to turn away from their sins.  Jesus walked into Jordan like everyone else, and John gently dipped him into the waters. As he emerges out of…

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“SPECIAL YEAR” BEGINS ON MARCH 19 AND RUNS UNTIL JUNE 2022 – Reinforcing family union

admin / January 8, 2021

Marco Carvalho The decision, announced by Pope Francisco during the Angelus prayer on December 27th, to dedicate the current year to the family and conjugal love, took those responsible for managing family affairs within the Diocese of Macau by surprise. The Macau Catholic Family Advisory Council guarantees, nonetheless, that the “Amoris Laetitia Year” will be celebrated with due relevance, having…

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NEW BOOK COORDINATED BY CRISTINA OSSWALD AND JOSÉ EDUARDO FRANCO – Martyrdom and massacres under the magnifying glass

admin / January 8, 2021

Marco Carvalho A multidisciplinary work that brings together varied approaches and very different perspectives on martyrdom. This is how Cristina Osswald, a professor and researcher at the Polytechnic Institute of Macau, defines the book Martírios e Massacres – Fazer da Morte uma Vitória (Martyrdoms and Massacres – Turning Death into Victory), a document that aims to address the importance of…

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The analogical method to investigate God

admin / January 8, 2021

Corrado Gnerre Some time ago, we talked about the existence of God in this column. Better: the possibility of knowing the existence of God through reason. Of course, this is an argument used by authentic Catholic philosophers. Catholic Theology also holds firm on this possibility. But I ask myself: is it logical to believe that our “finite” way of thinking…

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