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Custos of the Holy Land: 'To Be a Christian, We Must Pass by the Cross' PDF Print E-mail
Wednesday, 27 August 2014 02:49
Father Pizzaballa Says All Religious Communities "Must Denounce" What's Happening in Iraq and Syria
By Deborah Castellano Lubov
RIMINI - As violence in the Middle East escalates daily, the Custos of the Holy Land has said that rather than further discuss the problems, it's important to look at what must be done, how people can co-exist, and raise voices against the violence.
Speaking at Communion and Liberation's annual 'Meeting' in Rimini, Father Pierbattista Pizzaballa declared: "All religious communities have to denounce what’s happening in Iraq and Syria.”
Parolin: “The Events in Iraq are not a Clash Between Islam and Christianity” PDF Print E-mail
Monday, 25 August 2014 07:17
The Secretary of State says that “the majority of Muslims refuse those brutal and inhuman methods. Let us hope that the Islamic world speaks up against them. The international community should be present in the country. The Church has not been silent”
The events in Iraq “are not a clash between Islam and Christianity”, says Cardinal Pietro Parolin, who answered some questions on the international crisis for Vatican Insider last night, after celebrating Mass for the 100th anniversary of the death of Saint Pius X. Less than a week ago, during the press conference on the flight back from Korea, Pope Francis explained that it is legitimate to “stop the unjust aggressor”, specifying, however, that “to stop” does not mean “to bomb”, and that the decision about how to intervene must be taken by the international community through the United Nations, rather than by a single country.
How to Pray When the World is in Crisis PDF Print E-mail
Sunday, 24 August 2014 15:59
How do you pray for Gaza?
I usually rouse from sleep, in my rumpled sheets, with John Humphries or Evan Davies.
Exactly what I promised as a child to my parents, would never, EVER happen: I wake up with the radio alarm, tuned not to cheery Radio 1, but to sombre Radio 4. And whatever story breaks my slumber tends to stay with me during the day, and often into the week.
How Gaza’s Christians View the Hamas-Israeli Conflict PDF Print E-mail
Saturday, 23 August 2014 09:21
Baptist pastor Hanna Massad speaks openly about what he sees happening as he helps to shelter Gaza’s Christians and others during the current conflict.
The summer of violence in Gaza and Israel on Tuesday entered its fifth week after rockets, fired from inside Gaza, broke the latest ceasefire. After the attack, Israel recalled its negotiators from peace talks in Cairo, and Israeli forces launched new airstrikes.
Caritas Jordan Welcomes Iraqi Christians Put to Flight by the Jihadists of the Islamic State (IS) PDF Print E-mail
Friday, 22 August 2014 06:52
Amman - Almost a thousand Christians fleeing from northern Iraq, faced with the advancing of the jihadists militia of the Islamic State, will be welcomed in Jordan within the next few days thanks to the contribution of Caritas Jordan. This is confirmed to Fides Agency by Wael Suleiman, Director of Caritas Jordan. "So far", says Suleiman, "there are more than three hundred Christians who have arrived in Amman after escaping from Mosul and villages of the Nineveh Plain. Within the next week the number will increase to seven hundred. In the following days we will reach the figure of one thousand Christian". 
Cardinal Fernando Filoni: My Mission Among The Sufferings of The Iraqi Brothers PDF Print E-mail
Friday, 22 August 2014 06:40
Vatican City - Cardinal Fernando Filoni, Prefect of the Congregation for the Evangelization of Peoples, who returned from Iraq last night after his visit as personal envoy of Pope Francis, met the Pope this morning to inform him about the mission entrusted to him. 
In the following interview, the Cardinal Prefect of the Congregation told Fides Agency about the meetings and impressions that marked the days spent in the devastated Middle Eastern Country 
Eminence, your visit was an emergency humanitarian trip which involved Christians and the other inhabitants of northern Iraq. What did you see? 
An Army for Making Peace; The Geopolitics of Francis PDF Print E-mail
Friday, 22 August 2014 04:37
Stopping an unjust aggressor. With weapons if necessary. A pope thought to be pacifist appeals for the military protection of populations attacked by the Islamic caliphate 
ROME - He puts prayer in first place. But he doesn't dismiss the arts of diplomacy. And now he is not hesitating to call upon armies.
The geopolitics of Pope Francis operates on these three levels, of which the third is the most surprising. The complete opposite of the absolute pacifism that seemed to characterize the beginning of his pontificate.
In effect, last year the day of prayer and fasting against a military intervention by the West in Syria, with a rosary recited in St. Peter's Square, was the act with which Francis seemed to proclaim to the world how he, the pope, intended for move from that moment on in theaters of war. With empty hands, disarmed, lifted to heaven.
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