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Opening 'Paths of Peace' in a world marked by too many conflicts: the International meeting of world religions for peace

Marco Impagliazzo: 'It will be the most important event for peace of the year, a strong message against wars, divisions and walls, in order to restore a soul to countries and continents in crisis'

Berlin's youth message to Europe: No More Walls

The event promoted by the Youth for Peace of Sant'Egidio in the multiethnic district of Neukölln, for a society of coexistence
07/25/2017
Memory of the Apostles

The Everyday Prayer


 
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Gnilka Joachim


Catholic theologian, Germany

Joachim Gnilka, born in 1928, Professor of New Testament Exegesis and Biblical Hermeneutics at the University of Munich, is one of the most famous and estimated catholic biblist, author of many works with a scientific high-value, about New Testament and Corpus Paulinum books. When he was teaching in Munich, he was colleague of Josef Ratzinger.
We remember the volume Bibel und Koran: was sie verbindet, was sie trennt concerning the relation between Bible and Koran, a topic which had interested Joachim Gnilka’s  studies in the last years.

 

Antwerp 2014 Peace is the future

 

World meeting for peace The Courage to Hope

 

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September 11: Religions in Dialogue for Peace

 

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Krakow 2009

 

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Cracow 2009

Greeting of pope Benedict XVI



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Memory of the Apostles

The Everyday Prayer