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The Annals of Saint Anne is a religious catholic magazine that is published 6 times yearly. Founded in 1874, it now boasts an average of 25,000 subscribers and addresses all Christian families with its spiritual, moral and social content. The French version is totally different and contains even more variety: it reaches more than 55,000 homes, and is printed 11 times yearly. Both magazines aim to evangelize families and propagate Christian faith in our modern world. Care to find out why so many people enjoy reading The Annals?
Here we are, about six months after its launch, in the middle of this “Year of Faith”. Has Pope Benedict’s initiative had any influence in my life so far? Has it changed anything in the way I live my faith? Over the coming years, when I look back, will 2013 have been a year of growth for me as a Christian? (...)
Never realizing the profoundness of his statement, a young Robert Louis Stevenson, after watching the lamplighter one evening, told his nanny, “I'm watching the man knock holes in the darkness”.
Today human lamplighters are unnecessary. Instead, we have electrical street lights which come on and shut off automatically. Likewise, I have a motion light that illuminates our driveway at night. However, another darkness dominates our world even in daytime hours; a darkness that can only be knocked out by kind and loving hearts. These hearts are not trained by the traditional nannies, but by mothers. (…)