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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

Christmas 2016

One word is the topic of this Christmas sermon: "character." The first sermon I ever preached was in January 1983, and I touched on all the readings, and then some. As the years have passed, I have focused more and more, on two readings, one reading, then only a couple of verses, and tonight — just one word. If you look at the reading from the Letter to Hebrews, not by St. Paul, incidentally, you will see these words: “he is … the exact imprint of his being…” We all know that no translation can perfectly render what is said in one language into another language. The word translated as “imprint” is also “image” or “representation” in all the Romance-language Bibles I looked at. The Latin says “figure”, while the Germans always use the same word, which means “exact picture”.

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