Pascale Lannuzel, The Call of the Desert

Pascale Lannuzel, The Call of the Desert

The panorama offered to her from her bedroom window is rich in symbolism: behind “La Frégate” – Charles de Foucauld’s first earth construction – is the mosque’s minaret. By living in Tamanrasset, Pascale Lannuzel is well aware of living “something extraordinary” : “Just say that name and people’s eyes will shine!” » Admittedly, the city … Read more

The Bishop of the Sahara Mgr John MacWilliam in the footsteps of Charles de Foucauld

The Bishop of the Sahara Mgr John MacWilliam in the footsteps of Charles de Foucauld

To see him sitting in an armchair here in Rome, in the General House of the African Missions, one assumes that he is a little far from home. Bishop John MacWilliam has lost the habit of the Roman collar he wears today, as well as the silver breastplate that hangs around his neck as a … Read more