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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

Love is not tiring, but it is demanding

Some have a green thumb, others have a sailor foot, our chief editor has the eye of an eagle for everything in publishing. So, more often than not, she is the one coming up with the most extraordinary themes for our issues. As a natural caregiver for almost 40 years, if I had chosen this theme myself, you might have thought that I wanted to praise my contribution to the sick, but I only applauded this theme when it was presented to me as it is very evangelical. (...)

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Flagship Article

You complete me…

This phrase, from the movie Jerry McGuire is still, today, one of the most meaningful love sentences I've come across.

My parents have been placed in a supervised facility because, unfortunately, they are losing their autonomy. Of course, it has reversed the roles between us, the children, and them. We were used to them being there for us, helping us when we needed it, being the hosts at  important celebrations throughout the year, and so on. Now it is we who take care of them, who make sure that they lack nothing, that their favorite little treats still find their way to them and that their needs are fulfilled. (…)

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