PROGRAM

Testimony and discussion with an amazing Burundian women, who dedicated her life to the orphan children and to the struggle against ethnic discrimination.

Our speaker:

Maggy realized that her mission was to fight against the hatred and indifference that ravage the Great Lakes region by giving these children an alternative to hatred: “Maison Shalom is a house of peace and love, where the life of every human being and his dignity would be respected. “

PRACTIVAL INFORMATIONS

Friday June 11 at 8:00 p.m. (Paris time)

The Zoom link will be sent to all registrants a few days before the webinar.
The Zoom audience will be able to discuss with our guest and can benefit from the live translation.

The exchange will be held in French 🇨🇵 and will be translated simultaneously into English 🇬🇧.

Participation in the webinar is free, but any financial support is appreciated and allows us to continue our mission!

PROGRAM

In the aftermath of the Nagorno-Karabakh crisis and a few weeks after Pope Francis’ visit to Iraq, we dive into the complexity of Armenia, whose current events force us to turn our eyes to the Turkish and Russian diplomatic games, and to embrace the plight of our Christian brothers and sisters in the Middle East.

Our speakers:

PRACTICAL INFORMATIONS

Thursday April 15 at 8:00 p.m. (Paris time). End expected around 9:15 p.m.

The Zoom link will be sent to all registrants a few days before the webinar. The Zoom audience will be able to discuss with the speakers.

The webinar will be held in French 🇨🇵 and will be simultaneously translated into English 🇬🇧.

Participation in the webinar is free, but any financial support is appreciated and allows us to continue our mission!

PROGRAM

An evening to get to know the inspiring figure of Dorothy Day.
She was an american journalist, social rights activist, and servant of God.

Our speaker:

Dorothy Day was one of the most influential 20th century Catholics. In 2015, Pope Francis quoted her alongside Martin Luther King, Thomas Merton, and Abraham Lincoln as a woman who should be inspiring the contemporary American nation.

Born to episcopalian parents, Dorothy lived a turbulent youth far from God. After going through an abortion and several suicide attempts, she converts to Catholicism at age 30. 

During the Great depression, the United States struggled with mass unemployment. Together with Peter Maurin, Dorothy founded the Catholic Workers Movement which alleviated the misery of thousands of families.

A Pacifist, Dorothy spoke up against wars and state perpetrated violence. She fought racial injustices tirelessly. For her activism, she was imprisoned several times and even black-listed by the FBI. Above all, she sought to serve God in helping the most vulnerable around her.

Come and discover this woman who still inspires today!

PRACTIVAL INFORMATIONS

Monday May 10 at 8:00 p.m. (Paris time) // 2:00 p.m. (New York time)

The Zoom link will be sent to all registrants a few days before the webinar.
The Zoom audience will be able to discuss with our guest and can benefit from the live translation.

The exchange will be held in English 🇺🇸 and will be translated simultaneously into French 🇨🇵, German 🇩🇪 and Spanish 🇪🇸.

Participation in the webinar is free, but any financial support is appreciated and allows us to continue our mission!

PROGRAM

“Love and Truth meet
Justice and Peace embrace “…

So easy ? Is the Judeo-Christian vision naive and lulled by illusions?
Human justice and divine justice, buried hatchet or true civilization of peace, simple cohabitation of our cultures or meeting in truth, memories forever wounded or possible reconciliation? … How do we situate ourselves as Christians, and what good news to bring to the world, in deeds?

The Hague, seat of the Dutch parliament, city of international tribunals and of the first Congress of Europe in 1948, welcomes us for this first weekend of the year.

On the program, visits to these places steeped in history and bearers of hope, meetings with witnesses and builders of peace and reconciliation, sharing and exchanges between us, young people of different cultures and opinions, resourcing with Christ, the only Prince of Peace. Always, of course, in the shared joy of fraternity, whose name we bear well 😉

DATES

From Friday, October 15, 2021 at 14:00 to Sunday, October 17, 2021 at 15:00

TRANSPORT

Information to come

FINANCES

According to personal circumstances, participants are invited to contribute to the cost within a range of:

Money shouldn’t be a hindrance – Contact us if you have some difficulties.

INFO

Open to everyone, can’t wait to meet you again or to welcome you for the first time!

(priority to those involved in the Political Brotherhood / Changemakers –
please give a few words of motivation for the others ^^)

The meeting will be translated in Dutch, English and French. Please bring a FM-radio (smartphones are useless).

PROGRAM

The Politics Fraternity invites you to Rome for its first international
meeting in 2021.

We will talk about migration, fraternity and social friendship, the
European divide and political trends in Italy.

On the program, panels, visits, workshops, testimonies, spiritual
resourcing, and surprises!

DATES

From Friday, May 13, 2022 at 10:00 to Sunday, May 15, 2022 at 15:00

The house will be open to us from Thursday, May 12.

TRANSPORT

Address of the guest house: VIA ANGELO POLIZIANO, 38 – 00184 ROMA

FINANCES

According to personal circumstances, participants are invited to contribute to the cost within a range of:

The house charges 15€ for any extra night.

Money shouldn’t be a hindrance – Contact us if you have some difficulties.

INFO

The meeting will be translated in Italian, English and French. Please bring a FM-radio (smartphones are useless).