2020 was an often confusing year… The words of Pierre Teilhard de Chardin are therefore all the more precious to wish you a bright and serene new year 2021: The wishes of the Board of Directors and Greetings from Jean-Marie Pellecuer, member of the Nîmes Reading Group. We join the Christmas wishes of
as well as those sent by Father Thierry Magnin, President-Rector delegated to Humanities and Student Life of the Catholic University of Lille
– Click here-
It remains to accompany them with some gifts …
Teilhard de Chardin (spelled Theillard!) represented on a stained glass window of Notre-Dame de Liesse (Aisne) with Saint Ignatius of Loyola and Cardinal Henri de Lubac. He is presented as a Jesuit educator of youth and is shown carrying in his hands a prehistoric skull, symbol of the passing of time and evolution. – Click here (then look for the stained glass window 1 on the south side, the one dedicated to the Jesuits).
A CONCERT : Proposed by Remo Vescia, the Christmas concert held, without an audience, on December 25 at Notre-Dame de Paris
Link to YouTube (34 min).
- A COLLOQUIUM: Proposed by the Jesuit Faculties of Paris at the Centre Sèvres, a three-day symposium on the theme Do animals have a place in the Church , the
January 23, May 29 and November 27, 2021
. Information and registration for the first day (25€ – If the health situation does not allow us to meet at the Centre Sèvres, the colloquium will be maintained in remote mode for all those registered).
Once again, a great year in 2021!