Remembering for the Future: An Exchange with Timothy Radcliffe, op

February 2009
Catholic New Times;2/16/2009, p7
The article presents a forum between Catholic priest Timothy Radcliffe and participants at the Canadian Religious Conference (CRC) 2008 General Assembly. He believes that people can rekindle hope despite the lost of inner fire if they wait just like what saints and people of Israel did. He says that disappeared congregations after the accomplishment of a mission should be regarded as victory. He notes that confidence came from a Latin word meaning to believe together which will help people hold on to their hope despite of the crisis.


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