11 May 2017

Terra Santa News 12/05/2017

Events include: the celebration for the founding of the True Cross, the very crowded Marian procession on Mount Carmel, the popular feast of St. George, the welcoming of the archbishop of Canterbury to Jerusalem and the second edition of the Nablus Road cultural festival.

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On Sunday, May 7, the Custos of the Holy Land, Father Francesco Patton, presided over the Mass in memory of the Finding of the Holy Cross in the Basilica of the Holy Sepulcher. This Solemnity is celebrated only here in Jerusalem.

HAIFA: THOUSANDS WALK WITH OUR LADY OT MOUNT CARMEL
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'NABLUS ROAD OPEN DAY': A FESTIVAL THROUGH THE STREETS OF THE CITY
Between May 4 and 6, Jerusalem hosted the second edition of the festival. An opportunity to give life to the city and boost tourism.