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Articles of The Dossier: Meeting of Rimini 2011
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MEETING 2011/ Waters: Doubt – not as enemy, but as the grain of sand around which the pearl ...

As things began to emerge at the Meeting of Rimini, it became clear that the issue was certainty of a subtly different kind than we had been accustomed to thinking about
Culture & Religion
John Waters
9/7/2011

RIMINI MEETING/ Dabrowski: Learning to Pray in Prison

The National President of the Catholic Association of Polish Railways, Jozef Dabrowski talks about meeting John Paul II and learning to pray, which got him through his years in prison.
Culture & Religion
Sharon Mollerus
9/1/2011

RIMINI MEETING/ Father Giussani’s latest book and the story of a missionary in Paraguay

Father Aldo Trento, missionary in Paraguay discusses Giussani’s new book “What we hold dearest” by recounting the story of his meeting with Father Giussani and how it changed his life.
Culture & Religion
Aldo Trento
8/31/2011

TUNISIA/ Jebali: This is why Al-Nahda opposes the Sharia and fundamentalists

Hamadi Jebali, Secretary of the most important political party in Tunisia, al-Nahda, speaks to ilsussidiario about his party’s plans for the new, democratic Tunisia.
Politics & Society
Hamadi Jebali
8/30/2011

EGYPT/ Sustaining hope

Wael Farouq, Vice President of Meeting Cairo, speaks at the Meeting in Rimini about the values expressed in the Egyptian Revolution and how they can help with the challenges of modernity.
Culture & Religion
Wael Farouq
8/27/2011

VIDEO/ Last Day at the Meeting in Rimini

TG Meeting presents the events of the Meeting of today, August 27, featuring an interview with Irish journalist John Waters on the theme of the Meeting, certainty.
English Spoken Here
Editors
8/27/2011

RIMINI MEETING/ El-Arabi (Arab League): After the Arab Spring, what will happen next?

Nabil El-Arabi, Secretary General of the Arab League, discusses the challenges of transitions to democracy in the Middle East and the Israel-Palestine issue, on the occasion of the Meeting.
Politics & Society
Nabil El-Arabi
8/27/2011

VIDEO/ August 26 at the Meeting

Watch the video summary of what happened today at the Rimini Meeting, including a talk on the challenges of North Africa and a show by an Italian comedian.
English Spoken Here
Editors
8/27/2011

MEDICINE/ Croce (Ohio University): free of prejudice, we discover the value of “useless” genes

Carlo Croce, cancer researcher and discoverer of microRNA, talks about the importance of his discovery and what it taught him about the methods of science themselves.
Science & Technology
Carlo Croce
8/26/2011

RIMINI MEETING/ Hadjadj: A dramatic certainty

French philosopher and intellectual Fabrice Hadjadj speaks on the theme of the Meeting in Rimini, the immense certainty we are all searching for, and the challenges that modernity poses.
Culture & Religion
Fabrice Hadjadj
8/26/2011

RIMINI MEETING/ The Chieftains, a living tradition discovering the world

Interview with Paddy Maloney and Kevin Conneff of the Chieftains, along with Irish journalist John Waters on the importance of the tradition as well as the freedom to experiment in music.
Arts, Entertainment & Media
Editors
8/26/2011

VIDEO/ August 25 at the Meeting

Watch the video summary of what happened today at the Rimini Meeting, including a talk on Christians in politics and an exhibit about Saint Charles Borromeo.
English Spoken Here
Editors
8/26/2011

VIDEO/ Chieftains Concert: a people’s event

With singing and dancing for all, the world-famous Irish band, the Chieftains, took to the stage at the Rimini Meeting to get the crowd on its feet about Irish traditional music.
English Spoken Here
Editors
8/25/2011

PAKISTAN/ Bhatti: the sacrifice of my brother, hope for all Christians

Paul Jacob Bhatti, the brother of Shahbaz Bhatti, Pakistan’s Minister for Religious Minorities who died for the Catholic faith, speaks at the Rimini Meeting.
Politics & Society
Editors
8/25/2011

UNIVERSITY/ Still seeking answers to life’s deepest questions?

Professor John Garvey, the President of the Catholic University of America discusses his view on the role of the university and the challenges of education in today’s world.
Education & Schooling
John Garvey
8/25/2011
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