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Jean Vanier knows a bit about the frailty of the human condition.
I was part of a discussion yesterday in which the word “weakness” came up. Not surprisingly, the term stirred some reaction.
For Paul astheneia is the gateway into an awareness of the presence and power of God at work in his life.
The New Testament contains many shocking, radical, challenging, and unsettling statements.
In Trappist tradition, meals are customarily taken without conversation. While the others eat, an appointed brother reads a spiritually edifying text. In the movie “Of Gods and Men,” during one of the monks’ meals, a text is read from an article by Christian Chessel.
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