From the speech of Pope Francis at the Western Wall in Jerusalem on the second and final day of his visit to the Holy Land. He reiterated messages of fraternity, mutual respect and tolerance
On May 26th in Jerusalem, during his historic visit to the Holy Land, His Holiness Pope Francis blessed the tabernacle of the “Duc in Altum” Church in the Magdala Center, a pilgrimage and spirituality center on the shores of the Lake of Galilee. The first phase of the Magdala Center was officially inaugurated on May 28th with a Mass presided by the Latin Patriarch of Jerusalem, His Beatitude Fouad Twal in the Spirituality Center. The tabernacle blessed by Pope Francis was placed in the Church.
Pope Francis arrived in Israel and implored its leaders to leave no stone unturned in their quest for peace
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During his historic pilgrimage to the Holy Land (May 25-26, 2014), Pope Francis will visit many of the most sacred sites and meaningful landmarks in and around the holy city of Jerusalem: Church of the Holy Sepulcher, Via Dolorosa, Mount of Olives, Mount Zion and the Cenacle, the Pontifical Institute Notre Dame Center, Yad Vashem, Mount Herzl, Heichal Shlomo and the Western Wall.
May 25, 2014
The Church of the Holy Sepulcher (7:00 p.m.)
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Pope Francis will be landing in the Holy Land on Sunday, May 25, 2014 and staying through Monday, May 26th. While in Jerusalem, the Pope will celebrate Holy Mass with the Ordinaries of the Holy Land.
Sunday, May 25, 2014
16:30 – Arrival ceremony at Ben Gurion International Airport. Open coverage; details to be issued separately. Discourse of the Holy Father
17:45 – Arrival at the helipad of Jerusalem on Mount Scopus
A new television production presents Israel’s main tourist attractions as seen by its highest-ranking tourist, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. The film, produced over a two-year period, offers viewers unusual and surprising visits to sites such as the Sea of Galilee, Jordan River, Caesarea, the Old City of Jerusalem and the Dead Sea.