"This is the title of a book published in 1942 by the existentialist philosopher Gabriel Marcel, in whose writings the image of the path is omnipresent… His reflection follows the cadence of the walk, sometimes pauses, but never stops; it does not build a permanent shelter. For philosophy is a tireless quest, an adventure, a journey. Man is an itinerant being. Time is the form of his test." [1]

INVITATION

Uniting our songs, our laughter – human fibres vibrating in spirit

Smiling, like the new-born, the child who knows the invisible of the Other

Marching on the path – You, El Camino – already under our feet

Initiating the encounter, the risk of the triggering and jostling experience

Getting the culture of dialogue – because the Word was made flesh

Reaching out to the Other, contemplated from the other, constantly

Attaching your gaze to the banks of the Word and letting it evolve in the breeze of the given meaning

Nourishing the common prayer, the common presence

Treasuring the meaning of the foolishness of faith, first and fundamental stone

Salam, Shalom, let's be at peace in the bright glare of the other – your brother, my brother.

In March, during a day of "retreat" for the Foundation’s theological think tank, the Josefa House reflected on the potential "spirit" which drives it ...

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