09 November 2017

Terra Santa News 10/11/2017

Events of this week: exhibition of the Library of the Custody; story of the Poor Clare Sisters; in the wake of the 800 years of Franciscan presence in the Holy Land; children, youngsters and protagonists; the eco-friendly Open House and the Home of Peace; the unusual tour of Bethlehem.

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ST. FRANCIS AMONG THE BOOKS OF THE CUSTODY
An exhibition for the 800th anniversary of the Franciscan presence in the Holy Land; getting to know the saint of Assisi through manuscripts and antique prints.

“TOWARDS A GREEN SCHOOL”: AN ECO-FRIENDLY PROJECT
The Open House of the Rosary Sisters School took place in Jerusalem, entirely focused on the theme of the environment. (All of the) exhibitions, experiments and plays were designed to inspire an ecological conscience.

BETHLEHEM: A CITY TO BE DISCOVERED
Among the alleys of the city of the Savior, there is a whole world to be discovered. This is the objective of the guide "Bethlehem. The Historic Center & Bethlehemites in Jerusalem”.

THE POOR CLARE SISTERS, AN INTEGRAL PART OF THE HISTORY OF THE FRANCISCANS IN THE HOLY LAND
A look at the mission of the Poor Clare Sisters in the Holy Land. Like the friars, they too landed at St. John of Acre, a port city in northern Israel.

HOME OF PEACE: HOPE FOR THE NEEDY CHILDREN
Home of Peace is a program and a special journey for those who visit this place which is located at the Mount of Olives, a site often visited by Jesus.