12 April 2018

TERRA SANTA NEWS - 13/04/2018

This week: the solemnity of the Annunciation, The rite of the Holy Fire at the Orthodox Easter, the Jewish Passover, the traditional exchange of greetings at the Orthodox Patriarchate, Armenian ceramics and, finally, a look at religious festivals in Jerusalem.

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SOlEMNITY OF THE ANNUNCIATION IN Nazareth
The Solemnity of the Annunciation of the Angel Gabriel, to the Blessed Virgin Mary, was celebrated in the Basilica of the Annunciation in Nazareth.

THE EVOCATIVE CEREMONY OF THE HOLY FIRE IN THE HOLY SEPULCHRE
The Orthodox Christian community participated in an ancient ceremony in Jerusalem on Holy Saturday. Thousands of the faithful gathered for the event.

THE STORY OF THE JEWISH PASSOVER, HANDED DOWN AT TABLE
The significance of the Hebrew Passover in Jerusalem: we enter the kitchen of a Jewish family, and learn about the role of food in this festival.

GREETINGS AT THE ORTHODOX CHURCH
The traditional exchange of greetings with representatives of Eastern Churches at Easter. A sign of unity in the Resurrection.

WHEN ARMENIAN CERAMICS END UP ON WALLS

The Armenian Bailan family has been known for their decorated ceramics since the beginning of the 20th Century. Their grandchildren not only preserved this art, but developed something new.

RELIGIOUS FESTIVALS IN JERUSALEM
“And now our feet are standing at your gates, Jerusalem!” (Psalm122) Religious festivals have transformed the Old City in Jerusalem.