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Etre chrétien facilite-t-il le travail de deuil
Does being a Christian facilitate the stages of mourning?

Dr. Elisabeth Kübler-Ross identified 5 stages experienced by the kin: denial, anger, bargaining, depression and acceptance. Sister Cecilia would rather speak of the various “states” in mourning, because the course – or rather the courses – involved in mourning are not undeviating. Moreover, emotions can play hide and seek and often waiver from one to another as well as be overwhelming.

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What hope after the suicide of a loved one?

À Montligeon, nous accueillons dans les haltes-deuil de plus en plus de personnes qui ont perdu un proche par suicide. L’Église condamne-t-elle le suicide ? Ces personnes sont-elles sauvées ?

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La résurrection est-elle une invention
Is the resurrection of the body a myth?

The resurrection has been debated ever since the beginning of the Church. Is the resurrection of the body a myth? What is the belief in the resurrection of the body grounded on? If Jesus rose from the dead, can we get to know him? Can […]

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Don Paul Denizot, recteur de Montligeon et Guillaume Desanges, RCF
Is remaining hopeful still possible amidst collapse?

Crises économiques et politiques, drames personnels, deuils, ruptures…, quand tout s’effondre autour de nous, l’espérance nous est-elle d’un grand secours ?

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Don Pierre Gazeau
The Last Judgment: good news or not?

Most people fear the Last Judgment, whilst a few see it as good news…What is the Last Judgment about? Is it to fear? Guidelines from Rev. Fr. Pierre Gazeau in a brief interview by Guillaumes Desanges, for RCF (national French Catholic Radio). Why are we […]

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Antichrist who are you?

The figure of the antichrist is presented in the christian tradition, and even in Islam. What does “antichrist” mean? Who is he? What does the Roman Catholic Church say about him? How to avoid becoming one of his followers? Thus is the topic of the […]

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Mary, mother of hope in purgatory

Mary, sign of hope, for all human beings. Yet can she also touch souls in purgatory?   The Roman Catholic Church professes that Mary is the mother of all human beings. Tradition asserts that Mary attends souls in purgatory. Father Buguet assumed this insight in his […]

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Do we have to go to purgatory prior to entering Heaven?

Do we have to go to purgatory prior to entering Heaven?  A frightful perspective as we imagine purgatory to be a place of tremendous suffering. Yet it is a kind of “patching up” after death. What is it about? Behind such a question often hides […]

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Have we been created for death?

Have we been created for death? On one hand, death revolts us. On the other, if we look at nature, it is obviously part of our world. Is death inevitable and absurd? Or should we consider it differently? Letting my husband or my child go […]

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Does Resurrection change life?

The resurrection of Christ is a truth of faith. Yet, in what tangible manner does the resurrection change my life? Does it alter anything as far as my body is concerned, or in my way of relating to others? Can resurrection help me when I […]

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