VATICAN CITY — The Vatican is moving ahead with plans to build the International Family Center in Nazareth, a complex that will include a church, meeting spaces, a hotel for visitors and play areas for children, all as part of an effort to build up the family in the Holy Land.
The project was presented April 16 at a Vatican press conference by Archbishop Vincenzo Paglia of the Pontifical Council for the Family, Salvatore Martinez from the Renewal in the Holy Spirit movement, and auxiliary Bishop Giacinto-Boulos Marcuzzo of the Latin rite in Jerusalem.
“There are places endowed with an extraordinary evocative and symbolic strength. Nazareth is one of those. It is the place where Jesus...READ MORE