Jesus, faith and the Church: Episode 4
Around 15,000 young people from all over the world participated the pre-synodal meeting for the young people entitled, Young people, Faith and Vocational discernment” which took place last March 19-24 in Rome, Italy. There were 300 on-site participants and the rest were connected via online link-ups.
Terra Santa News - 16/11/2018
This week: At Tabgha, the commemoration of the miracle of the multiplication of loaves and fish; The “Bridges” commission between the Christians of the Holy Land and the Christians of the whole world; The Equestrian order of the Holy Sepulchre of Jerusalem gathered in conference in Rome; the abandoned Maronite Christian village of Kafr Bar'am, and finally, the experience of Polish and Brazilian pilgrims who came to the Holy Land this November.
At the service of the mother church. The Equestrian Order of the Holy Sepulchre of Jerusalem
Gathered in Rome in these days for the Consulta, the members of the Equestrian Order of the Holy Sepulchre of Jerusalem, a pontifical institution, support the institutions of the Catholic Church in the Holy Land.
Pilgrims’ experience in the Holy Land
Thousands of pilgrims have come to the Holy Land this November. The experience of Polish and Brazilian pilgrims
The Commissioners of the Holy Land
“Bridges” between the Holy Land and Christians all over the world. This is how the Commissioners of the Holy Land are called. In Jerusalem from the 26th of November to the 2nd of December they will be gathered in the IV International Congress.
The Armenian Catholic Church
he Armenian presence in Jerusalem dates back to the early centuries of Christianity and has given the Armenian Orthodox Patriarchate a very important role as Custodian of the Holy Places. By contrast, the presence of the Armenian Catholic Church, which broke off from the Armenian Orthodox Church in 1741, is relatively recent.