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Terra Santa News 24/01/2020

This week: 47 world leaders in Jerusalem for the Fifth World Holocaust Forum, the first five Franciscan martyrs killed in Morocco 800 years ago, the Christmas of Armenian Orthodox Christians [...]

Remembering The Holocaust: Fighting Antisemitism

“Remembering the Holocaust, fighting antisemitism” is the title of the Fifth World Holocaust Forum which took place in Jerusalem. It was attended by 47 heads of state and world leaders, [...]

Armenian Christmas in Bethlehem

A matter of calendar, but not only that: the Christmas celebrations set by the Armenian-Orthodox community of the Holy Land on the night between the 18th and 19th January recall [...]

The first five Franciscan martyrs of Morocco

On January 16, the Friars Minor and the Conventual Friars celebrated in Coimbra the memory of the five first Franciscan martyrs killed in Africa. The Jubilee Year began on January [...]

The Wedding at Cana, the first “sign” of Jesus

Cana is where Jesus performed the first miracle: the transformation of water into wine during a wedding feast. In this small village in Galilee, the memory is thus made of [...]

The church in Gaza: home of kindness and brotherhood

The Christian community in Gaza, through its institutions, encourages a spirit of compassion, love and peace and strengthens bonds of brotherhood in the social fabric. [...]

The bishops of the Holy Land Coordination in the divided Bethany

The divided Bethany is one of the main stops on the Holy Land Coordination’s annual trip to the Holy Land. In addition to Gaza, Ramallah and East Jerusalem, this group [...]

Terra Santa News 17/01/2020

This week: the feast of the Baptism of Jesus on the two banks of the Jordan River, the trip to the Holy Land of the bishops of the Holy Land [...]

At the Jordan: the baptism of Jesus is remembered on the two shores

On the banks of the Jordan River, we remember the Baptism of Jesus. The friars of the Custody of the Holy Land went on pilgrimage to the bank controlled by [...]

Jordanian mosaics and Iraqi refugees

The map of Madaba is one of the best-known images of the Byzantine Holy Land, but it has also become the symbol of a city that boasts one of the [...]
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