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début de la révolution algérienne

début de la révolution algérienne

A l’occasion du 65ème anniversaire du déclenchementde la révolution algérienne, nous vous proposons de voir ce documentaire de Benjamin Stora et Gabriel le Bomin. 1er novembre 1954Algérie Newsletter Ne ratez plus nos articles ! Recevez-les chaque jour par email Vous pourriez aussi aimer Source link Lire la suite »

Manila Honors the Blessed Virgin Mary

Manila Honors the Blessed Virgin Mary

Again this year, on October 13, 2019, thousands of Filipino Catholics held a religious procession in the streets of the Philippine capital in honor of “Our Lady of the Holy Rosary of La Naval de Manila,” a naval victory won in 1646 against the Protestant Dutch. The Battle of Manila Bay took place from March 15 to October 4, 1646. ... Lire la suite »

Marian Shrine Honored in Florida

Marian Shrine Honored in Florida

A new national sanctuary has been erected in the United States: Our Lady of La Leche in St. Augustine, Florida. It is the oldest church dedicated to the Blessed Virgin in the country. Our Lady of La Leche was built on what was then the Nombre de Dios mission, founded in 1587 by Franciscan missionaries at St. Augustine on the ... Lire la suite »

Franco’s Remains No Longer Rest in Los Caidos

Franco’s Remains No Longer Rest in Los Caidos

The mortal remains of General Francisco Franco (1892-1975) were exhumed from the Los Caidos valley and transferred to the Pardo cemetery on October 24, 2019, after a year and a half of judicial proceedings between the Socialist Government and the family of the former head of state. Following the example of the Caesars in Rome—with less talent—Pedro Sanchez knows how ... Lire la suite »

U.S. House of Representatives Recognizes Armenian Genocide

U.S. House of Representatives Recognizes Armenian Genocide

On October 29, 2019, the United States House of Representatives, by a vote of 405-to-11, officially recognized the 1915 genocide perpetuated by the Ottoman Empire (Turkey) against its Armenian population. In the years that followed, an estimated 1.5 million Armenians perished. The Genocide in Context As the Ottoman Empire began to fracture during the First World War, attitudes within the ... Lire la suite »

Vatican: Pope Inaugurates a Statue in Tribute to Migrants

Vatican: Pope Inaugurates a Statue in Tribute to Migrants

On the occasion of the 105th World Day of Migrants and Refugees, Pope Francis inaugurated in the Vatican a bronze statue representing 140 migrants, inspired by a verse from the Epistle to the Hebrews (13:2): “And hospitality do not forget; for by this some, being not aware of it, have entertained angels.” The life-size black bronze sculpture by Canadian sculptor ... Lire la suite »

The Idolatrous Veneration of the Pachamama Statuettes

The Idolatrous Veneration of the Pachamama Statuettes

Worship According to Catholic Theology Worship (or cult) is a veneration manifested towards a being because of his or her own excellence or because of his connection with a being worthy of honor, for example an image that represents him. In the first case—that of a person’s own excellence—it is a question of what is called absolute worship; in the ... Lire la suite »