Terra Santa News - 20/07/2018
This week: the Holy Land Pilgrimage, where the Old and New Testament intertwine, the feast of St Charbel at Isfiya on Mount Carmel and the one at Haifa of Our Lady of Mount Carmel, the Sunbula Association at the service of the marginalized, the prayer and the work at the Beit Jamal monastery and finally the memory of the dedication of the Basilica of the Holy Sepulcher.
The pilgrimage: an experience that goes back to the origins of the biblical man
The Holy Land Pilgrimage, where the Old and New Testaments intertwine with stories told through manuscripts, sanctuaries, museums and living stones.
The "Sunbula" supports training and initiatives in favor of marginalized groups
The "Sunbula" in Jerusalem fulfils its mission since its creation in 1988, mainly training and reintegrating marginalized groups.
Feast of Our Lady of Mount Carmel and communion of charisms
On July 16, the Franciscan friars celebrated Mass in memory of the Flower of Carmel in the Stella Maris Monastery.
The Maronite Christian of the Holy Land celebrate the feast of Saint Charbel
The Maronite Christians of the Holy Land gathered on Saturday 14 July in Isyfia, on Mount Carmel, to celebrate the feast of Saint Charbel. The number of Maronites in the Holy Land is about eleven thousand and they are located in different cities.