18 May 2017

Terra Santa News 19/05/2017

An in-depth study of the Virgin Mary during the month of May dedicated to her and in memory of Mary's apparitions in Fatima. The Greek Orthodox "Samaritan Sunday" and an Italian exhibit on the occasion of the 800th anniversary of the Custody of the Holy Land.

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THE MONTH OF MARY: FROM NAZARETH TO ALEPPO
A journey that focuses on the Virgin Mary, during the month of May, traditionally devoted to Our Lady and the remembrance of the apparitions in Fatima. The recitation of the Rosary live from the main Marian shrines in the world, including Nazareth. The trip to Aleppo, Syria, of a statue of the Virgin and a detailed analysis of the virtues of the Mother of Jesus as they are revealed in the holy places.

NABLUS: “SAMARITAN SUNDAY” OF THE GREEK ORTHODOX CHURCH
On May 14, Orthodox Christians recalled, together with the Greek Patriarch, Theophilus III, the encounter of Jesus with the Samaritan woman. For the occasion, they gathered in Nablus, in the church that houses Jacob's Well.

IN ITALY, A BIBLE EXHIBIT ON THE OCCASION OF THE 800th ANNIVERSARY OF THE CUSTODY OF THE HOLY LAND
"The Bible: Book of Life and Culture": this exhibit is being displayed May 13 through May 20 at the Commissariat of the Holy Land of Naples (Italy) on the occasion of the 800th Anniversary of the Custody of the Holy Land and of the 500th anniversary of the Lutheran Reformation.