Let's not forget Quezón!

The Israeli Farher David Neuhaus writes to the Minister of the Interior in defence of 14 Filipino teenagers about to be deported. And he reminds him of the debt of gratitude of the Jews towards the Philippines.

In Damascus the Franciscans Keep Their Doors Open

“Syria has always been a mosaic of cultures and we will not allow war to destroy that," affirmed the Franciscans of the Custody in Damascus who help the poorest people any way that they can.

Christians in Israel, Numbers and Challenges

The figures announced each year by the demographers of the Jewish state describe a Christian community which remains a tiny minority but does not stop growing. The main threats include the drive towards assimilation.

In 90 Seconds the Opening of the Tomb of Christ

Sixty hours. This is how long the tomb of Jesus, kept in the Edicule of the Holy Sepulcher in Jerusalem, remained open from October 26th to 28th, for the third time in history.

Family, Identity and Women's Rights In Turkey

Turkish legislators are examining a new bill on family law. According to Professor Kelly Pemberton the new rules currently under discussion could mark a step backwards in women's rights.

Pizzaballa: "We Walk with Confidence, Guided by Faith"

On Saturday 10th September, Archbishop elected Pierbattista Pizzaballa, apostolic administrator of the Latin Patriarchate of Jerusalem, will reiceve the episcopal ordination in Italy. Interview.

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