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CALIFORNIA/ Magnificat Foundation hosts “Day of Faith” at Crystal Cathedral

The Magnificat Foundation will hold a “Day of Faith” to inaugurate the new Year of Faith announced by Pope Benedict XVI at the future Christ Cathedral in California.
10/6/2012
Editors

HOLY LAND/ Magnificat: Music as a bridge between peoples

“Magnificat – Music in the Holy City“ reaches a new step forward with the opening of the new premises and brings together students from a number of music schools, from Italy to Sarajevo
9/22/2012
Editors

SEPTEMBER 11/ Reflections of a Spouse

ALLISON SALERNO reflects on the terrible events of September 11, what she felt as the wife of someone in the towers at the time, and how their lives are going after 11 years.
9/11/2012
Allison Salerno

RIMINI MEETING/ A Friendship seeking the Infinite

SHARON MOLLERUS describes this year’s Meeting in Rimini, the conferences and exhibits, and that friendship that unites people of all faiths and ethnicities in the search for the Infinite.
8/30/2012
Sharon Mollerus

JERUSALEM/ In Gethsemane the restorers and mosaic workers of tomorrow are preparing themselves

Five Jerusalem kids are learning the art of restoration in an educational project taking place in Gethsemane, a project to preserve art in the Holy Land and to get kids involved.
7/15/2012
Editors

PARAGUAY/ Dismissed President Lugo calls for a return to democracy

Paraguay’s Parliament voted almost unanimously to impeach President Fernando Lugo, who claims, supported by the international community, it was a coup and calls for a return to democracy.
6/27/2012
Luciano Zanardini

ROME/ Amid Media Meltdown, The Vatican Goes Fox-Hunting

ROCCO PALMO comments on the news that the Vatican Secretariat of State hired Greg Burke, correspondent from Rome to Fox News as a senior communications advisor.
6/25/2012
Rocco Palmo

RIMINI MEETING/ Man and the infinite, today

By Nature, Man is Relation to the Infinite: This is the title of the 33rd Meeting of Rimini, that has already been presented in several countries, and that will start on August 19
6/16/2012
Emilia Guarnieri

HOLY LAND/ Bethlehem: Help for the Little Ones

Help for the Little Ones is a project to promote the personal and social growth of needy children and youth with no public medical assistance in the territory of the Palestinian Authority
6/6/2012
Editors

HOLY LAND/ Magnificat: Music and Life in Jerusalem

Learning music provides a very worthwhile alternative to the abandonment and organized street crime in the Old City of Jerusalem: this is the aim of the project Music and Life in Jerusalem
6/3/2012
Editors

HAITI/ Agriculture emerging after the earthquake

In addition to responding to natural disasters like the deadly earthquake of 2012, AVSI also helps with the food situation in Haiti, promoting food security and fighting malnutrition.
6/2/2012
Editors

HOLY LAND/ Jericho: A small Christian community and their school

In a community of 400 Christians in Jericho, two Franciscan friars work to educate and help the poor of the city. Father Ibrahim describes the situation and what is being accomplished.
5/24/2012
Editors

HOLY LAND/ Post-Arab Spring Youth Yearn for More Opportunities

One year after the Arab Spring, the Arab youth now ask for a decent wage and a home of their own. A summary of a report on this fascinating group and what has changed for them.
5/18/2012
Editors

HAITI/ AVSI: Educational structures as a response to the earthquake

AVSI opens 9 new schools, 5 nutritional centers, artisan’s workshops and an educational center in Haiti, two years after the deadly earthquake. AVSI worker FIAMMETTA CAPPELLINI comments.
5/11/2012
Fiammetta Cappellini

CHINA/ Chen Guancheng and relations with the U.S.

Chen Guangcheng, a Chinese dissident who had been under house arrest, escaped and could be hiding in the U.S. Embassy, causing diplomatic difficulties for both countries involved.
5/1/2012
Editors

CHRISTIANS/ Bloody Sunday in Kenya and Nigeria

LEO CAPOBIANCO, head of AVSI in Kenya on the situation in Central Africa, where the governments are attacking the al-Shabab militants and now they are striking back at innocent people.
4/30/2012
Editors

BREIVIK/ Solholm (Norway Post): Not a crusader, but an outsider

The trial of Anders Breivik, the mass murderer who killed 77 people on July 22, has begun. ROLLEIV SOLHOLM, editor in chief of the Norway Post, comments on what this means for Norway.
4/19/2012
Rolleiv Solholm

CYPRUS/ Bishop Christoforos stands up to the Turkish military

Italian Parliament member RENATO FARINA comments on a recent trip to Cyprus and on the story of Bishop Christoforos, who the Turkish military is not allowing to be with his flock on Easter. 
4/17/2012
Renato Farina

VIA CRUCIS/ 17 years on the Brooklyn Bridge: following the cross never becomes a habit

RIRO MANISCALCO describes the Way of the Cross in New York City, where the numbers are impressive, but what really counts is the faith of those following the cross.
4/10/2012
Riro Maniscalco

HOLY LAND/ Our Easter in Jerusalem, at the tomb of the resurrection

The Latin Patriarch of Jerusalem, Monsignor Twal, celebrated Easter mass, in a time of great unrest in the Middle East, in front of the empty tomb of Christ. ANDREA AVVEDUTO comments. 
4/10/2012
Andrea Avveduto
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