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Le Groupe de travail tient sa première réunion pour « le maintien du dialogue

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[Anglican Communion News Service] Le Groupe de travail pour « le maintien du dialogue » créé à la suite de la réunion des Primats en janvier s’est réuni pour la première fois et a rappelé sa volonté de travailler ensemble. Mais il a reconnu que le processus allait prendre du temps et ne pouvait pas être précipité. Les primats avaient demandé à l’Archevêque de Cantorbéry Justin Welby d’instaurer ce groupe dans le but de renouer les relations, restaurer la confiance ...

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Food For The Soul

[St.James' Episcopal Church, Florence] It is always wonderful to be here at St. James’, and today in particular, to confirm Raoul and James, to preach the Word of God, and to celebrate the Eucharist with you. Today, I would like to talk mostly about St. Paul’s letter to Philemon. Paul is an apostle, and when the apostles left this world to go be with the Lord, they had left behind successors that we call bishops; bishops are the apostles of today. There is a certain style to a bishop’s letter, and this is it. I have to say, I just love Paul's letter to Philemon not only because of its content, but also for its style. Just look at the beginning of Paul's letter. “Paul, the prisoner of Christ Jesus” – he’s writing from prison – “and Timothy, our brother,” the man he called "my son" elsewhere in the Bible, “to Phile’mon our dear friend and co-worker, to Ap’phia our sister” – probably his wife -- “to Archip'pus our fellow soldier” (whoever he is!) “and to the church in your house.”

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