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The Taizé Community
Meetings in Taizé
On every continent
Prayer and song
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European Meeting in Prague
Towards a new solidarity
Books, recordings, other products
Travel to Taizé
“A very simple reality”
Daily Bible readings
Short daily meditation
Commented Bible Passages
Letter for the year
Brother Alois 2012-2015: Towards a New Solidarity
Brother Alois 2013: Four Proposals to Uncover the Wellsprings of Trust in God
Brother Alois 2014: Four Proposals for “seeking visible communion among all who love Christ”
Brother Alois 2011: Letter from Chile
Brother Alois 2010: Letter from China
Brother Alois 2009: Letter from Kenya
For an open Europe, a land of solidarity
Brother Alois 2008: Letter from Cochabamba
Brother Alois: Letter to those who want to follow Christ
Brother Alois: A call for the reconciliation of Christians
Brother Alois 2007: Letter from Kolkata
2006: Brother Roger’s unfinished letter
Brother Roger 2005: A future of peace
Letter from Taizé: Testimonies
Sharing what we have
What are you doing with your freedom?
For a Fraternal World
Opting for Joy
Desire for Forgiveness
Questions on the Bible and the Christian Faith
Children: What does it mean to “welcome God’s kingdom like a child”?
The Mystery of Christmas
Church and State: What does the Bible tell us about the attitude of believers towards the wider society?
The Cosmos: The Cosmos: What is the place of human beings in the universe?
Death: What enables us to say that Jesus died “for us”?
Dialogue: Religions and The Gospel
The Eucharist Seen by a Christian of the Second Century
What does it mean to evangelize?
Faith: How does the New Testament speak about faith?
Faith: What Is Distinctive About the Christian Faith?
Fear of the Lord
Forgiveness: If Jesus knew that Judas was going to betray him, why did he keep him in the circle of his close companions until the end?
Forgiveness: Does forgiving mean forgetting?
Freedom: Am I still free if I obey a call from Christ?
Freedom: Is everything that happens decided by God in advance?
Happiness: Do we have the right to be happy when others are suffering?
Hell: Must a Christian believe in the existence of hell?
Judgment: Why did Jesus tell his disciples not to judge?
Love of enemies
Mercy: If God is merciful, why does the Bible contain threats?
God’s presence: If God is present in everyone, what does faith add?
Reconciliation: What are the presuppositions for a true dialogue between Christians of different confessions?
Reconciliation: How can we bring together diversity and reconciliation?
Sin: Should we regret our sins?
The suffering of the innocent
Are the differences between Christians a problem or an asset?
The world : Can we really make the world better?
Portraits of witnesses to Christ
Saint Irenaeus of Lyons
Saint John Chrysostom (344 – 407): an astonishing modernity
Saint Augustine (354-430)
The Relevance of Dietrich Bonhoeffer (1906-1945)
A Path of Reconciliation : Brother Roger
Dorotheus of Gaza (Sixth Century) Humility and Communion
Franz Stock (1904-1948), a Life Given for Reconciliation
Pierre Teilhard de Chardin (1881-1955): Taking the World Seriously
A prophet who comforts (Isaiah 40–55)
Short Writings from Taizé
1. I Believe; Help My Unbelief
2. Saved by the Cross of Christ?
3. What Is Distinctive About the Christian Faith?
4. Dialogue and Sharing with Believers of Other Religions
5. Thrice Holy God
6. Do We Need the Church?
7. The Eucharist and the Early Christians
8. It Is the Word That Is the Bread of Silence
9. The Two Faces of the Cross
10. Brother Roger, Founder of Taizé
11. Blessed in Our Human Frailty
12. Easter Voices
13. Is Christ Divided?
14. Pleasure, Happiness, Joy
15. “Rooted and Built Up in Christ”
17. “Make the Unity of Christ’s Body Your Passionate Concern”
18. “I Have Come That They May Have Life”
19. The Rainbow After The Flood
20. Does the Book of Revelation have something to say to us today?
21. Toward God, in God
22. Voices from the Beginning
23. Should We Fear God?
24. Unfailing Faith
Weekly Meditations by Brother Alois
Christ turns us into peacemakers
Focus on the joy and peace of the Risen Christ
God is alongside those who suffer
Every human being has an immeasurable dignity for God.
Brother Roger was a man of peace and reconciliation
Prayer stimulates us to reach out to others
Choosing to Trust, Choosing to Love
Two Commitments to Live Intensely
A Spirit of strength,love and self-control
Easter: “Trust in the resurrection of Christ” an anchor “to keep us surely attached to hope”
A Dynamism of Solidarity
God needs witnesses
Reconciliation lights a fire in our life
The Church of Reconciliation at 50
Saying a lifelong yes to God
In Memory of Brother Roger
The Risen Christ Makes Us Passionate Seekers of Communion
The Wellspring of Hope
Visits to Keep Alive a Flame of Hope
Prayer with the Lakota in South Dakota
God’s Love, Source of Human Solidarity
The Courage to Be Peacemakers
In Memory of Brother Roger
In Communion with Eastern Christians
Christ brings us together beyond all borders
Let’s allow ourselves to be led by the joy of the resurrection!
Short daily meditation
God understands our words and our silences, too. So often silence is all there is to prayer.
From the book:
Peace of Heart in All Things
, by Brother Roger of Taizé, published by GIA Publications
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