Give your faith as a gift to your (grand) children and friends
Luxembourg diocese suggests: The perfect gift for Christmas 2018
The interactive book Tweeting with GOD is new to Luxembourg. It is created by and for young people, carefully listening to them, and includes almost all their burning questions, needs and desires with regard to life and faith. Thanks to this approach it virtually addresses everyone, young and old, who desire to know more about specific or complex faith questions.
Themes include God and creation, the Church, prayer and liturgy, and life as a Christian. In total, the book contains 200 answers, presented in an attractive and modern style. There is no need to start on page 1: one can open the book at wish and simply start reading. Every double page, richly illustrated, is complete in itself. A blessing for those who do not like reading!
The book comes with a free app “Tweeting with GOD”! Also, you can find the project on social media: Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, Snapchat...
The book is available in 20+ languages, among which:
English (26,00 euro),
French (24,90 euro),
German (20,00 euro),
Portuguese (19,90 euro),
Spanish (26,50 euro),
and many more.
The price includes postal costs. To buy the book, contact the service of Communication and Press: com cathol.lu, Tel. 44743-401.
You can also get your copy directly at the Service Communication et Presse (Centre Convict, Bâtiment H, 1. Etage, 5, avenue Marie-Thérèse, L-2132 Luxembourg). Price for the english version: 23 euro.
The proceeds go to the Fondation Sainte-Irmine.
“Dear young people, I invite you to read often in the book Tweeting with GOD, with its short but deep answers. This project wants to help you get to know yourself better. It wants to help you recognize the presence of Jesus in your life. It can help you to grow in faith, in hope and in love. And it can help you find the happiness you are looking for.”
+ Jean-Claude Hollerich
Bishop of Luxembourg
Some questions from the book:
- 1.2 But seriously, did all that Adam and Eve business really happen?
- 1.33 God is one, and at the same time he is three. Isn’t that nonsense?
- 2.31 Why were there violent Crusades?
- 3.1 Why should I pray and how can I do it?
- 3.47 Who chooses the readings? Am I allowed to sleep during the homily?
- 4.2 What should I do with my life?