The soul is defined as “a pure spirit, subject of thought, distinct from the body, that survives bodily death” (Dictionary of the Bible, by JL McKenzie SJ). The physicist Paul Davies suggests that “the soul may indeed go somewhere on bodily release”, even suggesting that it may enter the cosmos and maybe become part of […]
There is a story about the Messiah, a community and peace which I really like very much. It’s from M Scott Peck’s book The Different Drum, and is titled “The Rabbi’s Gift”. It goes like this:
The Church in Durban celebrated the centenary of the birth of Archbishop Denis Hurley in great style. GÜNTHER SIMMERMACHER shares his impressions.
By Carol Glatz, Catholic News Service Patients have a right to a diagnosis that includes the possible causes of their illness, not just treatment addressing the symptoms, said a doctor invited to a Vatican-sponsored congress.
When Jesus ministered to and even socialised with prostitutes, he gave his followers a mandate to aid these most widely reviled women in society.
The Church in Durban celebrated the centenary of the birth of Archbishop Denis Hurley in great style: there were Masses with special preachers, lectures and workshops, the official opening of the Denis Hurley Centre and a gala World Religions in Concert. GÜNTHER SIMMERMACHER was there to take these photos.
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