Voices from Russia

Sunday, 28 December 2014

RT Presents… Catholics Around the World Celebrate Christmas

00 Catholic Christmas 01. Bethlehem. 28.12.14

Thousands of believers gathered in the biblical town of Bethlehem (Bethlehem Governorate. PALESTINE) in the West Bank to celebrate Midnight Mass on Christmas Eve at the Church of the Nativity.


00 Catholic Christmas 02. Bethlehem. 28.12.14

Pilgrims prayed inside a grotto where Christians believe the Virgin Mary gave birth to Jesus, under the Church of Nativity in the West Bank town of Bethlehem, during Christmas Eve Midnight Mass.


00 Catholic Christmas 03. Bethlehem. 28.12.14

Catholic clergy waiting for the arrival of Latin Patriarch of Jerusalem Latin Patriarch of Jerusalem Fouad Twal at the Church of the Nativity.


00 Catholic Christmas 04. Vatican. Pope Francisco. 28.12.14         

Pope Francisco Bergoglio served a traditional Christmas Eve Midnight Mass at St Peter Basilica at the Vatican, urging the world to find courage, warmth, and tenderness.


00 Catholic Christmas 05. Vatican. Pope Francisco. 28.12.14

Pope Francisco venerated a statue of the Baby Jesus as he arrived to serve Christmas Eve Mass at St Peter Basilica at the Vatican.


00 Catholic Christmas 06. Baghdad. 28.12.14

Christmas Eve Midnight Mass at Sacred Heart parish in Baghdad (Baghdad Governorate) IRAQ.


00 Catholic Christmas 07. Baghdad. 28.12.14

At Sacred Heart parish in Baghdad, they sang “Praise Jesus our Lord, O Praise Him”. Worshippers remembered the thousands of Christians displaced by Islamic State militants this year.


00 Catholic Christmas 08. Jordan. 28.12.14

Refugee Iraqi Christians gather for Christmas Eve Midnight Mass in Amman (Amman Governorate) JORDAN.


00 Catholic Christmas 09. Jordan. 28.12.14

Iraqi refugees at St George the all-Victorious Catholic Church in Amman JORDAN for Christmas Eve Midnight Mass.


25 December 2014



Thursday, 29 August 2013

Vatican sez Negotiations “The Only Option” for Syria

00 St Peter's Square. Rome. 29.08.13


On Thursday, the Vatican said talks in Syria were “the only option” out of the conflict, following a meeting between Pope Francisco Bergoglio and Jordanian King Abdullah II. The Vatican said in a statement, “[The two] reaffirmed that the path of dialogue and negotiation between all components of Syrian society, with the support of the international community, is the only option to put an end to the conflict”. The statement also said that the pope and the king discussed the resumption of Palestinian-Israeli negotiations, the status of Jerusalem, and wider prospects for Middle East stability. The Vatican thanked King Abdullah for his commitment to inter-religious dialogue and said that he plans a conference in Amman next month on current challenges facing Christian minorities in the Middle East. The Vatican and all the main Christian leaders in the region urge dialogue in Syria, rejecting possible armed intervention by outside powers.

29 August 2013

Voice of Russia World Service


Editor’s Note:

If all “main Christian leaders” reject the use of force in Syria, then, why do the konvertsy persist in wooing woolly “Evangelicalsectarians? We have nothing in common with such, neither do any other real Christians. After all, the “Evangelicals” bow down at the altar of the Almighty Dollar and worship their “City on a Hill” fantasy. We shouldn’t be associating with those who reject so much of Classical Christianity. They “bless” American aggression and “bless” the rapacious Free Market (which HH called a “fraud”)… what more do you need to know?


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