02 August 2017

Terra Santa News 04/08/2017

This week's events: the feast of Marta, Mary and Lazarus and that of St. Ignatius of Loyola, founder of the Jesuits. We will walk with the young people of the Franciscan March and speak with Cardinal Tagle on the issue of migrants, and later discover Bilal Abu Khalaf's fabulous fabrics store.

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YOUNG PEOPLE FROM THE HOLY LAND TOOK PART IN THE FRANCISCAN MARCH
For an entire week, eighty young people from the Holy Land participated in the Franciscan March. The journey ended at Mount Tabor on August 2, the day when the Church celebrates 'The pardon of Assisi'.

FRANCISCANS IN THE FOOTSTEPS OF JESUS AT BETHANY ON THE MOUNT OF OLIVES
On July 27, Franciscans and pilgrims celebrated the feast of the saints Martha, Mary and Lazarus at Bethany and on the Mount of Olives.

THE JESUITS AND THE FEAST OF ST. IGNATIUS OF LOYOLA IN JERUSALEM.
On July 31, the Society of Jesus of the Holy Land celebrated the feast of its founder with a mass: an opportunity to retrace its history in Jerusalem.

MIGRANTS: CONVERSATION WITH CARDINAL TAGLE
The President of Caritas Internationalis, Cardinal Tagle, Archbishop of Manila, on a recent visit to the Holy Land, addressed one of Pope Francis' favorite topics: the migrants.

FROM SYRIA TO JERUSALEM: A FABRIC SHOP IN THE OLD CITY
Bilal Abu Khalaf is a merchant of textiles imported from Syria to dress Christians, Jews and Muslims religious and lay people.