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Signs of the Times: Seven paths of Hope for a Trouble World

Signs of the Times: Seven paths of Hope for a Trouble World
Signs of the Times should be read by anyone concerned with spiritual values and social justice in today's troubled world.
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ISBN/EAN: 9780232530155
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Publisher: DLT
Author: Vanier Jean
Format: Pbk
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Fifty years ago, Jean Vanier founded l'Arche, a new kind of Christian community which would welcome people with severe intellectual difficulties in a shared life of freedom and mutual respect. A year later, the Second Vatical Council released its vision of a Church which would put society's weakest and most marginalised members at its heart. L'Arche has since become a world-renowned symbol of compassion and hope, its members drawn from different faiths and none. But what has become of the radical promise of Vatical II, in a world that continues to value success and power at the expense of the poor and powerless? Jean Vanier identifies seven paths towards societies which are more truly inclusive of all their members, whatever their weaknesses and strengths.
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