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Assisi III Coming in October

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Assisi III Coming in October

Post  hsilver on Sun Jan 02, 2011 1:32 am

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-europe-12103186
Pope Benedict XVI to hold religious peace summit

The summit will be held on the 25th anniversary of a similar event held by Pope John Paul

In a New Year message, the Pope also condemned inter-religious violence, including attacks against Christians in the Middle East.

The summit in the Italian city will be held in October, 25 years after Pope John Paul organised a similar event.

His announcement came hours after a bomb went off at a church in Egypt.

At least 17 people died in the blast at the Coptic Christian Church in the northern Egyptian city of Alexandria, sparking a clash between Christians and Muslims.

'Discrimination'
Speaking in St Peter's Basilica at the Vatican, Pope Benedict said the aim of the summit would be to "to solemnly renew the effort of those with faith of all religions to live their faith as a service for the cause of peace".

"Facing the threatening tensions of the moment, especially discrimination, injustices and religious intolerance, which today strike Christians in a particular way, once again, I make a pressing appeal not to give in to discouragement and resignation," he said.

He said the summit would also "honour the memory of the historical event promoted by my predecessor".

Pope John Paul hosted a similar event in 1986, which was attended by leading Jews and Muslims, as well as the Dalai Lama and the Archbishop of Canterbury.

Pope Benedict has repeatedly denounced attacks on Christians in Iraq, including an assault on a Baghdad cathedral in October which killed at least 50 people. The Vatican fears that the violence is driving many Christians out of the region.
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Post  Guest on Sun Jan 02, 2011 1:00 pm

Oh no not again!!! Shocked

I mean like we didn't have ENOUGH controversy from the last ones? Who is the cruise director? This and the acrobats? LOL Rolling Eyes

Please everything turn out alright!

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Re: Assisi III Coming in October

Post  columba on Sun Jan 02, 2011 4:55 pm

Geees... I hope Pope BXVI ain't inviting another earthquake.
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Post  hsilver on Mon Jan 03, 2011 1:22 am

Thanks for all the welcomes. I am hiding behind an avatar and uname of the great jazz pianist Horace Silver, picked by me quite at random. I am familiar with some of the posters from other forums.

I am a Feeneyite. I believe in the Extra Ecclesiam Nulla Salus forums some people lose sight of the fact that what motivated Fr Feeney was not what the fate of the unbaptized catechumen might be, but rather that religious indifference bubbling up to the surface even in pre-Vatican 2 times. Now the bubbles have become torrents in the Americas, and in Europe we have practical or outright atheism as the norm. We see the indifferentism in action with events such as Assisi III.

BTW I was in Assisi less than a year after the earthquake there that flattened the upper basilica of the church. The upper church was closed due to its rebuilding taking place; I visited the lower basilica containing St. Francis' remains which was unscathed.
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I was wondering about that avatar.




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