In spiritual matters, we must be wary like the plague of witness. These edifying tales halfway between New Age mysticism and personal development; these public confessions where a neo-Sulpician syrup drips; those horizontal revelations where God would carry the promises of "all inclusive" happiness, as would be a sunny holiday destination. Whether heaven is our city or empty, the mystery of faith is as subterranean as it is crystalline. Whoever manipulates it desecrates it before destroying it.
It is with all these thoughtfulness that we enter into À la grace de Dieu, the essay that Laurence de Charette devotes not to his conversion, but to his encounter with "The One who is". Journalist at Le Figaro, where she experienced the human darkness carried by the "geno news", where, as director of the website and now of audiovisual activities, she experienced daily the vertiginous prowess of digital progress, this passionate "news"...
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