17 May 2018

Terra Santa News 19/05/2018

This week: an invitation to pray for peace after the violence in Gaza, the opening of a parish for migrants, Pope Francis’ appeal for a journalism of peace, the “Women of faith for peace” project and the history of Jerusalem in the works of Shehab Kawasmi.

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U.S. EMBASSY IN JERUSALEM AND CLASHES IN GAZA, THE CHURCH CALLS ON EVERYONE TO PRAY
“Pray for peace and for the conversion of everyone” is the call of Mgr Pizzaballa following the wave of violence in Gaza after the move of the U.S. embassy to Jerusalem.

A PERSONAL PARISH FOR MIGRANTS TO BE OPENED IN THE HOLY LAND
The personal parish will come into force on 19 May. At attempt to respond to the spiritual and social needs of migrants and asylum seekers.

POPE FRANCIS CALLS FOR THE PROMOTION OF A JOURNALISM OF PEACE
On the World Day for Social Communications, Pope Francis has chosen the theme: <“The truth will set you free” Fake news and a journalism of peace. A topic of interest also here in the Holy Land.

WOMEN OF FAITH FOR PEACE
The project was started in Italy in 2009 and is managed by women of various religions committed to the promotion of unity and prayer for peace in the world.

THE HISTORY OF JERUSALEM IN THE WORKS OF SHEHAB KAWASMI
The works of the artist combine a range of techniques from pencil to digital, and portray a unique image of the Holy city and its changes throughout the years.