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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 18,000 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 42,000 homes, and is printed 9 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?

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Editor’s Desk

SEASON OF HOPE

When a family welcomes a new baby or young infant, all the family members are, instantly, filled with hope.  It's like this new tiny human being will change everything for the better, for everyone.  For many people, Christmas is exactly that: a happy time of family, fellowship, happiness, and hope.  Deep hope.  Hope that things will be better, that problems will be solved, that strength will be back, that luck will visit again. God meet the hopes of all humanity by birth of His Son, Jesus. (…)


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Flagship Article

Bringing Good News

What is the latest good news you have heard?  Is it an increase in salary, a doctor telling you the tumor was benign, a child’s excellent school report or planning a vacation?  One of my happy news this year was, “Grandma, I’m pregnant”.      

Hearing good news is medicine for both body and soul.  In fact, Proverbs 15:30 reads, “Good news makes for good health”.   Thus, Christmas is a time of giving and receiving the wonderful news of God’s Love which He expressed through sending us Jesus.  We demonstrate  it through get-togethers, the sending of cards and giving of gifts (…)

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