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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?
What a nice, yet curious, expression! When we stop to think about it, we could argue that it doesn’t really make sense to beg someone visiting us to come in. And yet, it is the usual salutation. We say "please" as if it was about performing a task that weighs so much, that it brings, to the visitor, more trouble than pleasure. Would you agree that a visitor, parent or friend, makes no effort to get into your house especially when they visit to enjoy a good talk or a cup of coffee in your company? (...)
On Thursday of Easter week, I rejoiced in the gifts of the preceding days. Two days earlier, I had received the best haircut ever. That evening my husband and I enjoyed a lovely evening with three of my sisters and one of our brothers, who was in the city on business. On Thursday, I attended a Great Decisions lecture with two of my sisters. An “Easter bonus” --- coffee and pastries were offered before the presentation! (…)