|Year of publication||2021|
|Size||14 x 21|
A biblical, historical-critical and theological-spiritual reading
This short essay is the result of a long journey in search of fraternity, dialogue, encounter, welcome and confrontation in everyday life at various levels (personal and spiritual, community and social, ecclesial, academic, cultural, intra-religious and ecumenical, etc.). The fil rouge that runs through this book is the desire that we all carry within us for fraternity and family despite the crisis of dialogue, friendship and communion that we often experience in our everyday lives, as well as in the pastoral life and in the path of evangelisation of our Churches and Christian Communities and also in the dialogue with interreligious Churches and non-believers.
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