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6 December 2020

I found my father

I am a deacon of the Egyptian Orthodox Church and I have been living in France for 21 years. One day, I heard Mr. Léandre Lachance speak on Notre-Dame radio and something attracted me to visit his website: www.fcdj.org.
At first, I read with suspicion and doubt, but I soon felt like an orphan who had found his father after looking for him all his life. I, who was part of a church that is not in accord with the faith of the Catholic Church, started attending the Catholic Church and now I have a burning desire to see the trilogy of “For the Happiness of My Own, My Chosen Ones. Jesus” published in Arabic. With the help of God, I have almost finished translating them, for I am certain that the flow of love that these writings carry is capable not only of opening hearts, but of creating unity in the hearts of different churches. In Arab countries, everyone is looking for God, but we are unfortunately looking for him with our head and our reason […] and that’s what causes our division.

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6 December 2020
: I am a deacon of the Egyptian Orthodox Church and I have been living in France for 21 years. One day, I heard Mr. Léandre Lachance speak on Notre-Dame radio and something attracted me to visit his website: www.fcdj.org.
At first, I read with suspicion and doubt, but I soon felt like an orphan who had found his father after looking for him all his life. I, who was part of a church that is not in accord with the faith of the Catholic Church, started attending the Catholic Church and now I have a burning desire to see the trilogy of "For the Happiness of My Own, My Chosen Ones. Jesus" published in Arabic. With the help of God, I have almost finished translating them, for I am certain that the flow of love that these writings carry is capable not only of opening hearts, but of creating unity in the hearts of different churches. In Arab countries, everyone is looking for God, but we are unfortunately looking for him with our head and our reason [...] and that's what causes our division.

Click here to read For the Happiness of My Own, My Chosen Ones - Jesus
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6 December 2020
: I am a deacon of the Egyptian Orthodox Church and I have been living in France for 21 years. One day, I heard Mr. Léandre Lachance speak on Notre-Dame radio and something attracted me to visit his website: www.fcdj.org.
At first, I read with suspicion and doubt, but I soon felt like an orphan who had found his father after looking for him all his life. I, who was part of a church that is not in accord with the faith of the Catholic Church, started attending the Catholic Church and now I have a burning desire to see the trilogy of "For the Happiness of My Own, My Chosen Ones. Jesus" published in Arabic. With the help of God, I have almost finished translating them, for I am certain that the flow of love that these writings carry is capable not only of opening hearts, but of creating unity in the hearts of different churches. In Arab countries, everyone is looking for God, but we are unfortunately looking for him with our head and our reason [...] and that's what causes our division.

Click here to read For the Happiness of My Own, My Chosen Ones - Jesus

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