17 January 2018

Terra Santa News 19/01/2018

This week: the 2018 edition of the Holy Land Coordination, the World Day for Migrants and Refugees and the commemoration of the first miracle at Cana. Plus, Armenian Christmas in Bethlehem and the consecration of the new Lutheran bishop, in the land that always welcomes pilgrims.

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“HOPE AND FUTURE IN THE HOLY LAND, THE 2018 EDITION OF THE HLC”
The annual visit of 15 bishops from Europe, North America and South Africa of Holy Land Coordination. Education and young people were at the heart of the journey.

THE WORLD DAY FOR MIGRANTS AND REFUGEES WAS CELEBRATED IN HAIFA
On January 13, 2018, Christians of different nationalities celebrated the World Day for Migrants and Refugees with a mass and several cultural activities at the Parish of St. Joseph in Haifa.

THE CUSTODY REMEMBERS JESUS’ FIRST MIRACLE AT CANA
On Sunday, January 14, the faithful, together with the Custody, recalled Jesus’ first miracle at Cana. This was a joyous celebration during which couples renewed their marriage vows.

CONSECRATION OF THE NEW BISHOP OF THE LUTHERAN CHURCH
Pastor Sani Ibrahim "Charlie" Azar officially took his seat as the new bishop of the Evangelical Lutheran Church of Jordan and the Holy Land.

PILGRIMAGE TO THE HOLY LAND: WHERE THE BIBLE COMES TO LIFE!
A unique experience for 180 American pilgrims, guided by theologian Scott Hahn in the places where Jesus walked!

ARMENIAN CHRISTMAS IN BETHLEHEM
Orthodox Armenian Christians celebrated Christmas in Bethlehem. Thus the celebrations of the birth of Jesus in the Holy Land have concluded.