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Suzanne Lewis: Articoli scritti

Suzanne Lewis ha studiato scienze e ricerca sociale, oltre che arte, a Chicago. Fa parte della redazione del Journal of the Catechesis of the Good Shepherd e ha tenuto rubriche su Pastoral Liturgy Magazine e Magnificat. Tra i suoi libri: Living in Joyful Hope: Advent and Christmas Meditations e Children’s Daily Prayer 2006-2007, 2007-2008 & 2008-2009. Suzanne ha quattro figli e ha fatto la catechista per sedici anni. Suzanne Lewis is a mother of four daughters and has been a catechist for 16 years. She holds Masters Degrees from the Bryn Mawr School of Social Work and Social Research and from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. She is an editor with the Journal of the Catechesis of the Good Shepherd. Her books include: Living in Joyful Hope: Advent and Christmas Meditations and Children’s Daily Prayer 2006-2007, 2007-2008 & 2008-2009; her regular feature, “Children and Catechesis” appeared in Pastoral Liturgy Magazine from 2005-2009, and she has also written for Magnificat


NEW YORK ENCOUNTER/ Freedom in Politics: The Story of Shahbaz Bhatti

On the second day of the New York Encounter, Paul Bhatti described why he accepted to serve as Pakistan’s Federal Minister in the same post of his killed brother Shahbaz. SUZANNE LEWIS

NEW YORK ENCOUNTER 2013/ Freedom in G. K. Chesterton

Saturday morning, at the New York Encounter, a lecture was delivered about G. K. Chesterton’s approach to freedom, and his understanding of its power and its limits. SUZANNE LEWIS

NEW YORK ENCOUNTER 2013/ An Encounter Among Friends

At the New York Encounter, all participants seem to be friends. They know that each of the others is animated by a desire for something extraordinary, great, infinite, SUZANNE LEWIS says

NEW YORK ENCOUNTER 2013/ Freedom is the Most Precious Gift

SUZANNE LEWIS reports on the opening evening of the New York Encounter in the Manhattan Center, Friday 18. Monsignor Lorenzo Albacete introduced this year’s theme: Experiencing

CONSCIENCE PROTECTION/ The Church's right to govern itself at stake

SUZANNE LEWIS comments on the history of libertas ecclesiae, the Church’s freedom to govern itself, and how that history is being overturned in the new health care law.

MEETING of RIMINI/ Sports and Performances: A Taste of the Infinite

The Meeting of Rimini includes games, sports and performances, which reveal that a free and passionate engagement with reality offers a glimpse of the One who gives  

MEETING of RIMINI/ A Free Abundance of Great Things

We often think of “free entry” in negative terms: there is no charge. The gratuitousness of the Meeting in Rimini does not represent a lack, but rather a fullness born from the passion of the ...

U.S. / Perry v. Schwarzenegger and the nature of marriage

In the struggle over the California Marriage Protection Act, what is at stake is the concept itself of marriage. The campaign in favor or against the so-called “ Proposition 8” has been the most ...

HEALTH CARE / Life is no commodity

The catholic bishops in the United States have asked once again for a comprehensive healthcare system, and have been criticized even from inside the Catholic world. The starting point for most ...

CROSSROADS/ The Passion for Culture, the Thirst for Meaning

The passion for culture, the search for knowledge, the thirst for meaning. These are the main  interests of the Crossroads Cultural Center, a place that is open, where friendship can develop and ...

NEW YORK / An Unusual Encounter: Life and Fate (3)

Life and Fate, an epic novel by Vasilij Grossman, describes the nature of man in the face of any form of power, in Communist Russia as in any place and at any time. A central point in the ...

NEW YORK / An Unusual Encounter: Charity and Love (2)

Charity and Love: the same concept but two different words? The New York Encounter, the two-day cultural festival held in the heart of Times Square one week ago, featured an ample discussion of ...

NEW YORK/ An Unusual Encounter: Friendship and Meeting (1)

  Meeting and Friendship: two words which seem to be interdependent, but it is not so simple. At the New York Encounter, the two-day cultural festival held in the heart of Times Square one week ...

U.S./ Langley: The Unnamed Dead

As in the past, the practice of naming fallen soldiers continues today, on one war memorial after another, where the names of the dead are carved into stone monuments. For those who work at the ...

PRO-LIFE/ Change comes from a long and patient cultural work

A recent Gallup poll indicates that a significant number of people in the U.S. have changed their mind about abortion, and now more Americans identify themselves as pro-life than pro-choice. ...

THE POOR/ With obedience, a way to sanctity

Obedience and care for the poor: these are the reasons for St. Jeanne Jugan's canonization on October11, 2009. To help the poor she herself became a beggar, going door to door to collect money for ...

US/ Rhetoric and Facts about Sonia Sotomayor

When the president nominates a judge to the Supreme Court, an inevitable typhoon of rhetoric (glowing endorsements from the president's political party and prophesies of doom from the opposite ...

US/ Obama and Health Care Reform

President Barack Obama, has taken two significant steps to initiate a broad and comprehensive reform of the health care system in the United States.

US Elections/ The Bumper Sticker Approach to Politics

Steubenville, Ohio is a small city, located on the far eastern edge of the state of Ohio, and pressed up against the Ohio River, which forms the border with the state of West Virginia. Suzanne ...
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