Ángel Fernández Artime – Moved by hope: “See, I am making all things new” (Rev 21:5)


  • Introduction
  • 1. A global situation that challenges us and one that we cannot ignore
  • 2. What do we mean to say when we speak of hope?
  • 3. What interpretation can we offer as believers?
    • Time of trial as a time of choosing
  • 4. A look our origins and the many witness of faith in our family
    • So many other testimonies of hope
  • 5. A salesian interpretation of the present moment
    • We are not saved by our own strengths alone. No one is saved alone
    • More than ever: presence is witness!
  • 6. A salesian family that witness to hope
    • 6.1. Let us rediscover that “faith and hope go forward together”
    • 6.2. Let us learn that prayer is the school of hope
    • 6.3. Let us grow by living with a sense of the fatigue of daily life
    • 6.4. Let us live hope especially in times of difficulty and loss
    • 6.5. Hope as a decisive return to the poor and excluded
    • 6.6. Recognising ourselves in the other’s pain
    • 6.7. Converting to hope is believing in the plan of the Gospel
    • 6.8. A concrete commitment to take up as the Salesian family
    • 6.9. A truth to be explored as the fruit of this Strenna
  • 7. Mary of Nazareth, mother of God, star of hope

Reference time period: 2021

A. F. Artime, Moved by hope: “See, I am making all things new” (Rev 21:5), in «Acts of the General Council» 103 (2021) 435, 3-36.

Reference institution:
Direzione Generale SDB
Direzione Generale SDB

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