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Pauline Vision  for a Communications Culture
Jesus said to his apostles: "I have come to set a fire on the earth, and how I wish it were already blazing!" "I have come," Jesus stated. Not "I’m telling you...," "You must...," "I wish...." Rather, the second person of the Trinity, the Word of God, came. The Word became flesh, became one of us, almost indistinguishable from us. He entered into a specific culture, was born in a particular place, at a definite point in time. Through his co...
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Where Is Humanity Going?

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Where Is Humanity Going?
“How many people there are in the world who do not know and love the Lord! Apostles are needed–but genuine apostles whose hearts are filled with love for God….  Our apostolate is participation in the apostolate of Jesus” (Mother Thecla, Co-Foundress).At the turn of the last century, Blessed James Alberione, founder of the Daughters of St. Paul, perceived with penetrating clarity and prophetic foresight the needs of the people of God. Seeing the power of the press an...
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To Communicate God; To Communicate Like God: The “Lesson” of the Trinity
Summary of the Talk:  Aware of the fact that Fr. Alberione focused special attention on the “Way of the Trinity” and on the mystery of the Incarnation as keys to interpreting the Pauline charism and mission, my talk will be a theological reflection on communication from the Christological and Trinitarian perspectives. It is divided into two parts: a theological analysis of communication, followed by a pastoral application. We will also reflect briefly on the ecclesiological...
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The Challenge of the Cinema: Communicating Values in a Media-Dominated Culture
The cinema was born in France in 1895 thanks to the creativity of Auguste and Louis Lumière, who, using a cinematograph (a film camera that also served as a projector), produced the world’s first film, The Arrival of a Train at La Ciotat Station. Among the first ten “movies” they filmed were also Workers Leaving the Lumière Factory and a child at play. Hand-cranked through a projector, these 50-second films represented not only the beginning of the cinema but the ...
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