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Franciscan Asian Biennal Book 2 (2018-2019). On the Venerable Van Thuan’s Spirituality and Other Essays For/From Asia
03 Luglio 2020

È uscito Franciscan Asian Biennal Book 2 (2018-2019). On the Venerable Van Thuan’s Spirituality and Other Essays For/From Asia, il nuovo libro a cura di fra Dinh Anh Nhue Nguyen – Preside del Seraphicum - e di fra Jude Winkler, membro del Definitorio Generale dell’Ordine dei Frati Minori Conventuali, pubblicato dalla Editrice Miscellanea Francescana.

L’opera rientra nel progetto di FIATS (The Franciscan Institute for Asian Theological Studies) e segue il primo volume dal titolo Franciscan Asian Biennial Book.
La pubblicazione raccoglie i contributi di Paolo Affatato; Dinh Van Diep (Joseph), O.Carm; Ken Masuda CMF; Dinh Anh Nhue Nguyen, OFMConv; Van Vien Nguyen; Alfonsus (Dante) Panaligan, OFMConv; Rita Torti Mazzi; Stéphane Oppes, OFM; François-Marie Léthel OCD; Eulalia Keiko Miyashita e Hoai (Francis Xavier) Tran Van, OFMConv.

Qui un estratto della presentazione:
The present collective study of the Franciscan Institute for Asian Theological Studies (FIATS) offers various essays on faith living and inculturation in Asia, especially the three contributions on the Venerable Nguyen Van Thuan's spirituality, given at the FIATS First International Symposium in 2018 on this Vietnamese well-known charismatic figure.

Like in the first volume of Franciscan Asian Biennial Book, the readers will find here materials for study, reflection, and information on Christian and Franciscan thought and activities in Asian cultures and societies. Despite possible imperfections, the volume marks another important step for the work and development of our recently founded FIATS.

Hopefully, it will serve as a stimulus for Asian Christians, especially for the Franciscans, to reflect and to share with one another thought and experience of living faith in their places. (From the presentation).

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fonte: Seraphicum Press Office