Jean Duchesne is co-founder of the Editorial Board of the International Catholic journal Communio, he is the editorial advisor of Cardinal André Vingt-Trois, Archbishop of Paris, and the literary executor of Cardinal Jean-Marie Lustiger and Father Louis Bouyer.
He is part of the Oasis Scientific Committee and of the Observatory for Faith and Culture of the Episcopal Conference of France. He directs the Catholic Academy of France. Among his publications, the most recent are: Retrouver le mystère. Plaidoyer pour les rites et la liturgie (2004); Petite histoire d’Anglo-Saxonnie (2007); Histoire sainte racontée à mes petits-enfants (2008); Histoire de Jésus et de ses apôtres racontée à mes petits-enfants (2010); La pensée de Louis Bouyer (2011); Incurable romantisme? (2013).
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