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Author Archive: Dr. Edouard Belaga

Dr. Edouard Belaga, Israeli, French and Canadian citizen born in Russia, is professional scientist, PhD in Mathematics, theologian, and father of family. After 40 years of life and work in Russia without any possibility of professional visits abroad, he was expelled as a religious dissident, and lived and worked in Israel, France, Canada, Switzerland, Italy, and USA. Edouard is a restoring member of the Marian Congregation of Men in the Cathedral of Strasbourg whose 300th anniversary is celebrated this year. He is also the founder and president of the Fraternity dedicated to Saint Joseph.

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My Dear France, Tender Daughter of the Sacred Hearts #2

April 10, AD2017 2 Comments
My Dear France, Tender Daughter of the Sacred Hearts #2

The first chapter of our scrutiny presented almost all the main heroes of the nascence of French Sacred Hearts revelation and devotion. How these and other heroes were guided by the Sacred Hearts, and what were, starting from the time of the Prophet Moses, remained and becoming today the intentions of this Divine grace, are […]

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Confiding Ourselves to Saint Joseph

March 27, AD2017 2 Comments
Confiding Ourselves to Saint Joseph

Who Understands St. Joseph’s Mystery? Saint Joseph is the veritable hero of the parable of the hidden treasure, it was unquestionably St. Joseph: “The kingdom of heaven is like treasure hidden in a field, which someone found and hid; then, in his joy, he goes and sells all that he has and buys that field. […]

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My Dear France: The Tender Daughter of the Sacred Heart

March 11, AD2017 4 Comments
My Dear France: The Tender Daughter of the Sacred Heart

Chapter One- France qui m’a accueilli tendrement I came to France thirty-five years ago, profoundly shocked and not really conscious about it, by my Russian and Israeli experiences. Almost immediately, without any understanding or desire, I was absorbed by a tender, silent for me – I didn’t know a word in French ambience of the […]

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The Jew in the Catholic Church

February 10, AD2017 0 Comments
The Jew in the Catholic Church

“Today it is the Old Testament who suffers for the New one.” Sœur Mirjam Else Michaelis (1899 – 1942, Auschwitz) Can you imagine what might become of your life if you discovered you were Jewish? This happened to me at the age of seven when two Russian boys of my age were laughing at their companion […]

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The Missing Biblical Rib

January 21, AD2017 5 Comments
The Missing Biblical Rib

Francis Crick was an evangelical atheist. He believed that scientific understanding removed the need for religious explanations of material phenomena. Francis Crick’s Obituary (PLoS Biology, 2004) Being a scientist, one is awed by the intellectual depth and unparalleled pedagogical mastery of the Biblical narratives. They have perfectly succeeded in the past and are not less […]

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From Ignorance, Atheism, and Anti-Catholicism to the Glory and Peace of the Catholic Church

January 11, AD2017 4 Comments
From Ignorance, Atheism, and Anti-Catholicism to the Glory and Peace of the Catholic Church

Then from the heart of the tempest, Yahweh gave Job His answer. He said: Who is this, obscuring My intentions with his ignorant words? Brace yourself like a fighter; I am going to ask the questions, and you are to answer! Book of Job 38:1-3 By the Grace of the Mother of God As a […]

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