In 90 Seconds the Opening of the Tomb of Christ

 Christian Media Center |  November 21, 2016

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.

These are the images with the marble slab of the altar temporarily removed, from which a second cracked plate emerged and thus the original rock below.

Israelis and Palestinians: an Agreement on Water

For the needs of the people in the West Bank and in the Gaza Strip, Israel will give to the Palestinian National Authority more than 30 millions cubic meters of water every year.

Fr. Michael Perry: We Want Peace for the People of Syria

An interview with the Minister-General of the Friars Minor, who has just returned from a visit to the Franciscan communities in Lebanon and Syria. Fr. Michael A. Perry tells us what he saw and then also reported to Pope Francis.

Final Stage of the Renovation of the Holy Sepulcher

After nine months of meticulous work, the restoration of the Holy Sepulcher has reached its final stages. The scaffoldings that were mounted around the edicule, have already been removed.

The Walls of Baghdad Are Coloured by Hope

The Iraqi capital, completely overwhelmed by war and terrorism, is now fragmented by many walls that surround neighbourhoods, churches and public buildings… Barriers of defence which now become large canvases.