02 March 2017

Terra Santa News 02/03/2017

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ASH WEDNESDAY MASS MARKS THE BEGINNING OF LENT
The liturgical season of Lent has begun. In Jerusalem, Ash Wednesday Mass, presided by Father Fergus Clarke and concelebrated by the Franciscan friars, was celebrated at the Holy Sepulcher.

WILDERNESS OF JUDEA: THE PLACE WHERE JESUS OVERCAME TEMPTATION
A trip to the wilderness of Judea, in line with the first Sunday of Lent, getting to know the place where Jesus overcame the temptations, relying on God.

BACK TO THE ROOTS OF OUR FAITH
Over 100 pilgrims from the American Dynamic Catholic Institute came on pilgrimage to the Holy Land to return to the roots of their faith.

THE NUNS WHO PRODUCE THE ALTAR BREAD HOSTS IN JERUSALEM
The nuns of Our Lady of the Pillar are the only ones to produce the altar bread hosts to be used in the holy mass in Jerusalem. Nine women from different countries have carried out this mission for the last 70 years.

OSAMA SILWADI, PHOTOGRAPHER: BEFORE AND AFTER THE WHEELCHAIR
"A man does not walk with his feet, but with his heart and his will”: the motto of the Palestinian photographer who does not allow paralysis, caused by a bullet, to steal the hope and passion for his profession.

THE ARMENIAN CERAMICS, AN ART HANDED DOWN FOR CENTURIES
The ancient art of Armenian ceramics, handed down from father to son and present in Jerusalem for centuries.