‘Lord, Let Us See Your Kindness, and Grant Us Your Salvation’ (Psalm 85)
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David Meyer, a leading figure in Jewish-Christian dialogue in Europe and a co-signer of a recent open letter to Pope Francis, discusses the controversies surrounding the Church’s stance in the ongoing Israeli-Hamas conflict.
Twelve Israeli family members spoke with the Holy Father at the Vatican. He also met with Palestinians who have relatives in Gaza. Pope Francis’ meetings with the Israeli and Palestinian delegations occurred as news emerged that a four-day cease-fire agreement had been reached in which Hamas agreed to free at least 50 of the roughly 240 hostages taken in the Oct. 7 attack on Israel.
Listening and prayer are priorities for the priests of the St. James Vicariate.
Middle East Scholar: ‘Christians Living in Gaza Find Themselves Caught in the Middle of a War That Is Not of Their Choice’
The Register interviews Samuel Tadros, a Coptic Christian, of the Hudson Institute’s Center for Religious Freedom.
When asked about Israel’s military actions in the Gaza Strip and civilian casualties suffered since the outbreak of the war, Archbishop Broglio said it is an issue he feels “very strongly about” and said that Israel should “find a way to negotiate.”
Looking back on the ordeal, Schwab said though the trip got intense, her faith kept her hopeful.
REGISTER ROUNDTABLE: V. Bradley Lewis, Daniel Philpott and R.R. Reno Assess How Church Teaching Applies to the Crisis in the Holy Land
COMMENTARY: In the fog of war, the light of the Gospel is needed more than ever.
The prayer was the culmination of a worldwide day of fasting, prayer, and penance for peace in the world called for by the Pope amid the escalating war between Israel and Hamas in the Gaza Strip.