16 November 2017

Terra Santa News 17/11/2017

This week's events: the Week of the Poor in the Holy Land, in Tabgha and in Bethlehem. Serving the little ones at the Home of Peace in Jerusalem; tourism and pilgrims boom and an unusual form of Christmas art.

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FEAST OF THE MULTIPLICATION OF THE LOAVES AND LAUNCH OF THE WEEK OF THE POOR
Hundreds of local faithful and pilgrims recalled the miracle of the multiplication of the loaves and fish. The event coincided with the beginning of the Week of the Poor, instituted by Pope Francis.

HOME OF PEACE, ON THE MOUNT OF OLIVES, CELEBRATED ITS 50TH ANNIVERSARY
In Jerusalem, the "Home of Peace" celebrated 50 years since its foundation. A second insight into the Sisters of the Congregations of St. Elizabeth and their service to the needy children.

FROM BOOKS TO REALITY. PILGRIMAGE BEYOND IMAGINATION
"I have never felt so close to the Almighty." 35 American pilgrims visited the Holy Land, to the discovery of the holy places and the living stones.

A SOLIDARITY CAMPAIGN BY YOUNG PEOPLE FROM BETHLEHEM IN THE WINTER SEASON
A few months ago, the Local Council of Youth of Bethlehem launched a clothes collection campaign for the most needy: a meaningful gesture of love and mercy to support the 'Hogar Niño-Dios' institute.

A FAMILY FROM BETHLEHEM TRANSFORMS GLASS INTO WORKS OF ART
In the city where Jesus was born, a family manufactures decorative objects for Christmas.