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March, 2019
Volume 45, Number 1
  
10 July 2018
Greg Kandra




During a June visit to Lebanon, a contingent of U.S. bishops met with Orthodox Patriarch John X of Antioch and all the East. Pictured with the patriarch are Maronite Bishop Gregory J. Mansour of Brooklyn, N.Y., Archbishop Timothy P. Broglio of the U.S. Archdiocese for the Military Services, Archbishop Samuel J. Aquila of Denver, Bishop A. Elias Zaidan of the Eparchy of Our Lady of Lebanon of Los Angeles and Bishop Oscar A. Solis of Salt Lake City. (photo: CNS/courtesy Bishop Solis)

India’s Latin-rite bishops reflect on the ‘mission of the Church’ (Vatican News) Twenty-five Catholic bishops from all over India last week came together in the country’s commercial capital, Mumbai, to take a closer look at the Church’s core mission in the country, AsiaNews reported. The 2-7 July “Bishops’ Joint Reflection Program” was the initiative of Conference of Catholic Bishops’ of India (CCBI), the official body of the country’s Latin-rite bishops, one of the three rites that make up the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of India (CBCI), the nation’s apex Catholic bishops’ body…

Hearing refugees’ stories in Lebanon heart-wrenching for bishop (CNS) During a visit to Lebanon, Bishop Oscar A. Solis of Salt Lake City saw the contrast between building bridges and constructing walls to deal with differences of religion. In recent years, Lebanon has struggled to provide services for 2 million migrants and refugees fleeing conflict and persecution in their homelands. Religiously, the country is predominantly Catholic and Muslim; the Maronite Catholic rite was founded near Mount Lebanon in the late fourth century. ”If you just listen to the radio or watch the news on TV, you don’t really get the exact picture” of what life is like in that part of the world, Solis said…

Anti-terrorism purge continues in Turkey (Vatican News) Over the last two-years, thousands of soldiers and officers have been purged from the military. Now, under the latest decree, published on Sunday, 18,632 people, including 6,000 members of the military, 9,000 police officers, and hundreds of teachers and academics have been dismissed from their jobs. Their passports will also be cancelled…

New Franciscan museum in Jerusalem shows life in Jesus’ time (AP) Jerusalem’s Franciscan friars have opened a new museum filled with artifacts related to daily life in Jesus’ time. The Terra Sancta Museum’s new wing, built into the ruined remains of Crusader and Mamluk buildings along the Via Dolorosa in the Old City, showcases objects discovered in excavations at biblical sites over the past century…



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