Published on : 02/07/2020 – 00:09
World Religions – Sunday February 9, 2020 – 10:10 a.m. – 11:00 a.m. (Paris time)
This is the album dedicated to Charles de Foucauld revisited by the scriptwriter Jean Dufaux and the designer Martin Jamar who received the Prize for Christian comics at the 47th Angoulême International Comics Festival (*). Ten albums were selected for selection, and it was the one dedicated to the Italian saint Philippe Neri, the founder of the Oratorian congregation, who received the Special Mention from the jury (**).
Report at the heart of this festival “in the festival” organized by a team of volunteers from the diocese of Angoulême.
(*) ” Charles de Foucauld, a temptation in the desert “(Dargaud)
(**) Lilies, starry azure and a flaming heart: a life of Saint Philippe Néri, Florent Jacques and Mariamaris (Cor ad Cor).
“Why cows are resurrected (probably)“, By Franck Dubois (Cerf)
Do animals and trees go to paradise, or do they function as a simple “setting” while man, in Christian theology, is called to be saved? In this tasty treatise on spiritual ecology, Franck Dubois, Dominican theologian, recalls the community of destiny that links all of creation and calls on man to take care of nature.