Watch below the video with Br. Pierre Lenhardt’s presentation of his own book (in French).
CAIRO (AP) — Egyptian President Abdel Fattah el-Sissi appeared at Coptic Christmas Eve Mass on Monday and praised the links between the country’s Christian and Muslim faithful, saying they have prevented the country from descending into sectarian strife like its neighbors. El-Sissi, who is a practicing Muslim, arrived at the cathedral in the middle of Read More
On the day of Pentecost we are renewed as Christians by the gift of the Spirit. We can feel close to our Jewish brothers and sisters as we take a note that it is no coincidence if the Spirit, the fruit of Jesus’ pascal mystery, was poured forth upon all flesh, starting with the small Read More
The May 7-9 conference at the Gregorian University, entitled “Jesus and the Pharisees: an interdisciplinary reappraisal,” aimed to challenge negative stereotypes that have built up over the centuries about the Pharisees.
On April 6, 2019, the students of the Extension Course of the Pontifical Catholic University of Sao Paulo (Brazil) attended a talk on “The Faith’s View through the three Abrahamic Monotheist religions”, at the CCDEJ