he experience of authority or the authority of experience. If We go only by the first, our faith would be objective but impersonal; if we follow only the second, our faith would be subjective but personal. What we believe must be in fact outside us; yet, What We believe must also be inside us in that we have interiorized it. Eyes Opened -Hearts Afire! integrates both dimensions of our faith. It accepts and acknowledges the objectivity of faith and also deepens and develops that objectivity through the experience of personal encounter. The Christian today is called not merely to practise the faith but even more to interiorize it through the challenge of a personal Jesus encounter and to be touched,

torched and transformed by that encounter.