Stories - 2014 - Page 2

Fr. Samir Khalil Samir backstage before "Hoping Against Hope." Photo by Emily Marsolek

Bridge To Dialogue

EncountersAnthony Daqaq

"In the Middle East, the time of the Person has come." A discussion from the 2014 New York Encounter featuring Fr. Samir Khalil Samir and Msgr. Lorenzo Albacete.

The Kiss by Edvard Munch

The Flowering of a Marriage

WorldLuca Fiore

"The more I tried to hold on to him, the more he wanted to leave. When I stopped holding on, he was unable to leave.” Today, Ylaine tells her story with great freedom.....

Protesters chant slogans against the Muslim Brotherhood. Photo by Y. Weeks/VOA via Wikimedia Commons

Waiting For Help

EncountersLuca Fiore

An interview on Egypt with Father Jean-Jacques Pérennès, head of the Dominicans in the Arab world, scholar of Christian-Islamic relations, and resident in Cairo since 1998.

Lucifer, King of Hell by Gustave Doré

Following the Call

EncountersDamian Bacich

Fr. Gary Thomas, America’s top exorcist whose ministry was chronicled in the book and film The Rite, talks to Traces about healing, hope, and the power of the priesthood.

Kim Shankman. Photo by Nick Erickson

A Positive Thing

EncountersLuca Fiore

They are a normal Midwestern family. She has a demanding job as Dean of Benedictine College. He is retired and able to take care of the house and walk their dog. One March afternoon, however, their life changed forever.

The Brooklyn Bridge. CC0 Creative Commons

Person and People: A Continuous Generation

US, UK and MoreMaura Kate Costello

"Thousands of people made their way to the 'capital of the world' for a different reason: not to create themselves, but to belong to a people." An overview of the 2014 New York Encounter.