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le combat pour la personnalité algérienne (1/2)

le combat pour la personnalité algérienne (1/2)

Dans sa préface à la réédition du Jeune Musulman qui était l’organe en langue française de l’association des oulémas, le Docteur Ahmed Taleb Ibrahimi, le fils du Cheikh Bachir El Ibrahimi, invita la jeunesse algérienne à se souvenir du combat de leurs aînés afin dit-il de constater que  « la guerre de libération a été précédée d’une longue résistance de leurs ... Lire la suite »

Cardinal Alencherry Returns to His Archdiocese

Cardinal Alencherry Returns to His Archdiocese

After leaving his position as the Major Archbishop of Ernakulam-Angamalhy (India) for Syro-Malabars a year ago on charges of financial mismanagement, George Cardinal Alencherry was finally cleared of all suspicion and reinstated on June 27, 2019. The Syro-Malabar Church is strong in India. With more than thirty dioceses in the country, it claims more than five million members. Its seat ... Lire la suite »

Austria: Parliament Votes to Close an Interreligious Center

Austria: Parliament Votes to Close an Interreligious Center

Austria has announced that it wants to close an interreligious center in Vienna financed by Saudi Arabia and established in 2012, deciding that its presence is “incompatible given Riyadh’s repeated human rights’ violations.” On June 12, 2019, thanks to an alliance of circumstance between social democrats and nationalists of the FPÖ, the lower house of the Austrian parliament voted in ... Lire la suite »

The Tragic Death of Vincent Lambert

The Tragic Death of Vincent Lambert

Vincent Lambert on July 11, 2019, at the age of 42 at the Reims University Hospital Center. Severely handicapped following a traffic accident in 2008, the justice of men and a doctor forgetful of his Hippocratic oath felt that his life was not worth living, and that to lavish on him  the most basic care—food and water—would constitute unreasonable obstinacy, ... Lire la suite »

The Middle East is Losing More and More of Christians

The Middle East is Losing More and More of Christians

“The Middle East is being emptied of its Christians,” lamented the Maronite bishops gathered in a meeting from June 10-15, 2019 at the patriarchal headquarters in Bkerke, northeast of Beirut, Lebanon. With the exception of Lebanon, the other countries in the region are experiencing a “hemorrhaging” of Christians. For example, Christians in Syria accounted for about 15% of the country’s ... Lire la suite »

O my Jesus, forgive us our sins

O my Jesus, forgive us our sins

On the 13 July Our Lady taught the children of Fatima the marvelous prayer to be inserted into the Rosary at the end of each mystery: “O my Jesus, forgive us our sins…” Forgive us our sins: The thought of our sins, which threatens to cause our ruin, is present everywhere in the message of Fatima. There is not one ... Lire la suite »