Pope Francis, at the cinema tomorrow!

Pope Francis, at the cinema tomorrow, September 28th is an Argentinian and Spanish film by Beda Docampo Feijoo. Inspired by the book “The Pope Francis: Life and Revolution” Elisabetta Piqué (correspondent Argentine correspondent in the Vatican, friend of Pope Francis), this film tells the life of an extraordinary man with extraordinary destiny. The synopsis: Who …
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Le Comptoir Religieux welcomes you Saturday, December 1st for a big Christmas sale

You can find all the products offered by Le Comptoir Religieux, including the many models of cribs . The characters of Willow Tree cribs or Yves Le Pape are real works of art, carved by hand before being reproduced in resin. The stylized features of the characters, the postures all gently induce the recollection and …
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Secours Catholique, symbol of the fight against poverty

Secours Catholique, everyone knows it, at least in name, but do you know the detail well? This non-profit organization, which is a service of the Catholic Church in France, was created on September 8, 1946 by Father Jean Rodhain and has since been trying to help the poorest and most destitute “without distinction of race, …
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Overview of the Christian minorities in the world

We French Christians often find it difficult to imagine that some Christians around the world are victims of persecution while they want to live their religion in peace. We often talk about Africa and the Middle East in the media, but know that there are also persecuted Christian minorities in Asia and even in Europe, …
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Tax allocation, ecclesiastical tax … this is how religions are financed in European countries

The separation of the Church and the State and the financing of the religious institution is an open debate that does not seem to end. This cyclical controversy reaches its peak every year in Spain when the time comes for the declaration of income and mark (or not) the famous box. However, resorting to taxes …
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