FSnetCMS2K12: query on US -> SELECT *
FROM usr__plugins
WHERE uid = :pdoEscapeVal_0 AND
path = :pdoEscapeVal_1
{":pdoEscapeVal_0":"CharitySystem",":pdoEscapeVal_1":"\/charitySystem"}
(42S02) (1146) Table 'se_ppp.usr__plugins' doesn't exist
#0 FSnet_OldDB->getErr(PDOStatement Object ([queryString] => SELECT *
FROM usr__plugins
WHERE uid = :pdoEscapeVal_0 AND
path = :pdoEscapeVal_1)) called at [/home/segidio/www/santegidio.org/FSnetInc/classes/FSnet_OldDB.fsnet:478]
#1 FSnet_OldDB->exQ(SELECT *
FROM usr__plugins
WHERE uid = :pdoEscapeVal_0 AND
path = :pdoEscapeVal_1, US, 1, 1) called at [/home/segidio/www/santegidio.org/FSnetInc/classes/FSnet_Goofy.fsnet:188]
#2 FSnet_Goofy::getPluginsStatus() called at [/home/segidio/www/santegidio.org/FSnetInc/classes/FSnet_Goofy.fsnet:1021]
#3 FSnet_Goofy::execIntegrations(FSnet_templateBootstrap, getHeadAddons, Array ([addToHead] => Array ())) called at [/home/segidio/www/santegidio.org/FSnetInc/classes/FSnet_templateBootstrap.fsnet:126]
#4 FSnet_templateBootstrap->getHeadAddons() called at [/home/segidio/www/santegidio.org/FSnetInc/classes/FSnet_templateBootstrap.fsnet:117]
#5 FSnet_templateBootstrap->__construct(FSnet_OldParse Object ([pageInfo] => Array ([request] => Array ([langPr] => Array ([0] => 1064,[1] => 1062,[2] => 1063,[3] => 1069,[4] => 1067,[5] => 1066,[6] => 1062),[cntyPr] => Array ([0] => it,[1] => us,[2] => en),[pageID] => 30660,[itemID] => ,[queryString] => Array ([text] => 3128)),[result] => Array ([template] => Array ([ID] => 93,[name] => PREGHIERA PER LA PACE,[boxName] => ,[imagesFolder] => /immagini,[langPar] => Array ([digitalCoding] => 2.,,[dateFormat] => mm/dd/yyyy),[builtInTemplate] => ),[languages] => Array ([site] => Array ([0] => Array ([iso639_1] => it,[languageName] => ITALIANO,[nativeName] => ITALIANO,[flag] => it.gif),[1] => Array ([iso639_1] => en,[languageName] => ENGLISH,[nativeName] => ENGLISH,[flag] => gb.gif),[2] => Array ([iso639_1] => es,[languageName] => CASTELLANO,[nativeName] => CASTELLANO,[flag] => es.gif),[3] => Array ([iso639_1] => de,[languageName] => DEUTSCH,[nativeName] => DEUTSCH,[flag] => de.gif),[4] => Array ([iso639_1] => fr,[languageName] => FRANÇAIS,[nativeName] => FRANÇAIS,[flag] => fr.gif),[5] => Array ([iso639_1] => pt,[languageName] => PORTUGUÊS,[nativeName] => PORTUGUÊS,[flag] => pt.gif),[6] => Array ([iso639_1] => nl,[languageName] => NEDERLANDS,[nativeName] => NEDERLANDS,[flag] => nl.gif)),[page] => Array ([0] => Array ([iso639_1] => it,[languageName] => ITALIANO,[nativeName] => ITALIANO,[title] => BOLOGNA 2018 - PONTI DI PACE,[flag] => it.gif),[1] => Array ([iso639_1] => en,[languageName] => ENGLISH,[nativeName] => ENGLISH,[title] => Bologna 2018,[flag] => gb.gif),[2] => Array ([iso639_1] => es,[languageName] => CASTELLANO,[nativeName] => CASTELLANO,[title] => BOLONIA 2018 - PUENTES DE PAZ,[flag] => es.gif),[3] => Array ([iso639_1] => de,[languageName] => DEUTSCH,[nativeName] => DEUTSCH,[title] => BOLOGNA 2018 - BRÜCKEN DES FRIEDENS,[flag] => de.gif),[4] => Array ([iso639_1] => fr,[languageName] => FRANÇAIS,[nativeName] => FRANÇAIS,[title] => BOLOGNE 2018 - PONTS DE PAIX,[flag] => fr.gif),[5] => Array ([iso639_1] => pt,[languageName] => PORTUGUÊS,[nativeName] => PORTUGUÊS,[title] => BOLONHA 2018 - PONTES DE PAZ,[flag] => pt.gif),[6] => Array ([iso639_1] => nl,[languageName] => NEDERLANDS,[nativeName] => NEDERLANDS,[title] => BOLOGNA 2018 - BRUGGEN VAN VREDE,[flag] => nl.gif))),[subsection] => Array ([ID] => 30660,[parent] => -2-,[path] => Array ([0] => Array ([ID] => 30660,[langID] => en,[name] => Bologna 2018,[title] => ,[link] => ,[visible] => 1)),[feed] => ,[geoRefer] => ,[treatAsNews] => ,[startDate] => 0,[event] => 0,[endDate] => 0,[tags] => Array ([ids] => 2164_5,1436_5,[keywords] => Array ([0] => ,[1] => #peaceispossible)),[relItemId] => ,[name] => Bologna 2018,[description] => ,[companyName] => COMMUNITY OF SANT'EGIDIO,[logo] => logo-header-preghiera11.svg,[title] => ,[pretitle] => ,[subtitle] => ,[link] => ,[visible] => 1,[image] => ,[icon] => ,[imageTitle] => ponti-di-pace-2018-finale-9.jpeg;ponti-di-pace-2018-finale-7.jpeg;ponti-di-pace-2018-finale-2.jpeg;ponti-di-pace-2018-finale-1.jpeg;ponti-di-pace-2018-finale-3.jpeg;https://www.facebook.com/santegidio.org/videos/2151734168433632/,[langID] => en,[cntyID] => en),[contents] => Array ([Footer] => Array ([langID] => en,[cntyID] => en,[body] => ,[blog] => 0,[propagate] => 1),[Head] => Array ([langID] => en,[cntyID] => en,[body] => ,[blog] => 0,[propagate] => 1),[Centro] => Array ([langID] => en,[cntyID] => en,[body] =>

 


ALL SPEECHES - IMAGES - VIDEO - THE MESSAGE OF POPE FRANCIS


 


APPEAL FOR PEACE 2018


We, women and men of different religions, at the invitation of the Community of Sant’Egidio and of the Archdiocese of Bologna, gathered as pilgrims in this beautiful and hospitable city. We are driven by awareness and responsibility: peace is never acquired once and forever, it always needs to be reestablished, together, by purifying hearts and minds, by helping peoples to look one another in the eye, leaving behind the prison of fear.

 

Over the years that have gone along with globalization, we have lacked spiritual unification, and the dream of a world at peace has been denied by too many inequalities, by the terrible noise of new wars, by the production of new weapons – so many weapons, by the raising of walls that appeared to be overcome forever. With war, however, everyone loses, even those who originally seem to have won.

 

In these years the Spirit of Assisi has helped people meet with one another, and it has revealed that war in the name of religion is always war on religion. War is always a “useless slaughter”, it is against humanity itself. For this reason, with our prayer and solidarity with those who suffer in many parts of the world, we wish to bring our contribution to building “bridges of peace”. Ours are times of great opportunities, but also of too many bridges broken and new walls erected. They are times of loss of memory and waste and pollution of air, water, soil, human resources; this waste dumps unbearable burdens and bills on future generations. We have heard sorrowful memories from countries at war and testimonies from lands where frontiers, walls, and conflicts are born again.

 

There are great expectations of peace among the humble and the poor of the world, among those who have been hurt by life. We cannot give in to pessimism – or worse – to indifference.

 

There is need to change hearts and open up minds to peace. We commit ourselves to work to remove what are often the causes of many conflicts: lust for power and money, arms trading, fanaticism, exasperated nationalism, individualism, the success of one’s group as an absolute criterion, and the creation of scapegoats. We commit ourselves also to create and safeguard human relations in order to overcome loneliness, for it is becoming the principle feature of our societies. Lonely young people with no opportunity except migration, abandoned elderly people, destined to die alone, countries ignored, forgotten wars: all this drives us to a stronger joint commitment.

 

Like peoples, religions have several options: either they work for the spiritual unification that globalization is missing and towards a common destiny for all humanity; or they follow the times and allow themselves to be exploited to reinforce resistance to globalization, sacralizing borders, differences, identities, conflicts; or they stay behind their fences in the face of an entirely economic and soulless globalization.

 

The absence of dialogue, the culture of contempt, and the erection of walls make religions and the world weaker. Walls do not make people safer, rather they endanger the survival of entire communities. They deny the very heart of religions, because dialogue is a fundamental part of religions’ human and spiritual experience.

 

Religions are ties, communities, sharing. They are bridges, they generate community, and they recreate the human family. If we lose the sense of a common destiny, it is a defeat for humanity and for all believers. With their thousand-year-old wisdom, honed by prayer and by being in touch with human suffering, religions are living workshops of unity and humanity, and they make every man and every woman into an artisan of peace.

 

Today we need to change our hearts to build a future of peace. This is the starting point! We are not alone as we face this immense task. Prayer is at the root of peace, it helps us to not be overwhelmed by the present. Yes, the weak strength of prayer is the most powerful energy there is to accomplish peace even in situations where it seems impossible. For this reason we say it again: there is no future in war. May God disarm all hearts and help everyone become bridges of peace. May God help us rebuild our shared human family and love “our mother earth”. For the name of God is peace.


Bologna, 16th October 2018


 




THE CLOSING CEREMONY - FULL VIDEO

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 {APPUNTAMENTI}{ProgrammaBologna}{RELATORI}{box-diretta}


{EMERGENZE?pageID=30672&title=MAPPA DEI LUOGHI}{FLASH_NEWS?tags=Bologna 2018}{ISCRIZIONE_NEWSLETTER}


Comunità di Sant'Egidio


Arcidiocesi di Bologna


 

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FSnetCMS2K12: query on US -> INSERT INTO usr__plugins (uid, name, path)
VALUES (:pdoEscapeVal_0, :pdoEscapeVal_1, :pdoEscapeVal_2)
{":pdoEscapeVal_0":"CharitySystem",":pdoEscapeVal_1":"Charity System",":pdoEscapeVal_2":"\/charitySystem"}
(42S02) (1146) Table 'se_ppp.usr__plugins' doesn't exist
#0 FSnet_OldDB->getErr(PDOStatement Object ([queryString] => INSERT INTO usr__plugins (uid, name, path)
VALUES (:pdoEscapeVal_0, :pdoEscapeVal_1, :pdoEscapeVal_2))) called at [/home/segidio/www/santegidio.org/FSnetInc/classes/FSnet_OldDB.fsnet:478]
#1 FSnet_OldDB->exQ(INSERT INTO usr__plugins (uid, name, path)
VALUES (:pdoEscapeVal_0, :pdoEscapeVal_1, :pdoEscapeVal_2), US) called at [/home/segidio/www/santegidio.org/FSnetInc/classes/FSnet_Goofy.fsnet:192]
#2 FSnet_Goofy::getPluginsStatus() called at [/home/segidio/www/santegidio.org/FSnetInc/classes/FSnet_Goofy.fsnet:1021]
#3 FSnet_Goofy::execIntegrations(FSnet_templateBootstrap, getHeadAddons, Array ([addToHead] => Array ())) called at [/home/segidio/www/santegidio.org/FSnetInc/classes/FSnet_templateBootstrap.fsnet:126]
#4 FSnet_templateBootstrap->getHeadAddons() called at [/home/segidio/www/santegidio.org/FSnetInc/classes/FSnet_templateBootstrap.fsnet:117]
#5 FSnet_templateBootstrap->__construct(FSnet_OldParse Object ([pageInfo] => Array ([request] => Array ([langPr] => Array ([0] => 1064,[1] => 1062,[2] => 1063,[3] => 1069,[4] => 1067,[5] => 1066,[6] => 1062),[cntyPr] => Array ([0] => it,[1] => us,[2] => en),[pageID] => 30660,[itemID] => ,[queryString] => Array ([text] => 3128)),[result] => Array ([template] => Array ([ID] => 93,[name] => PREGHIERA PER LA PACE,[boxName] => ,[imagesFolder] => /immagini,[langPar] => Array ([digitalCoding] => 2.,,[dateFormat] => mm/dd/yyyy),[builtInTemplate] => ),[languages] => Array ([site] => Array ([0] => Array ([iso639_1] => it,[languageName] => ITALIANO,[nativeName] => ITALIANO,[flag] => it.gif),[1] => Array ([iso639_1] => en,[languageName] => ENGLISH,[nativeName] => ENGLISH,[flag] => gb.gif),[2] => Array ([iso639_1] => es,[languageName] => CASTELLANO,[nativeName] => CASTELLANO,[flag] => es.gif),[3] => Array ([iso639_1] => de,[languageName] => DEUTSCH,[nativeName] => DEUTSCH,[flag] => de.gif),[4] => Array ([iso639_1] => fr,[languageName] => FRANÇAIS,[nativeName] => FRANÇAIS,[flag] => fr.gif),[5] => Array ([iso639_1] => pt,[languageName] => PORTUGUÊS,[nativeName] => PORTUGUÊS,[flag] => pt.gif),[6] => Array ([iso639_1] => nl,[languageName] => NEDERLANDS,[nativeName] => NEDERLANDS,[flag] => nl.gif)),[page] => Array ([0] => Array ([iso639_1] => it,[languageName] => ITALIANO,[nativeName] => ITALIANO,[title] => BOLOGNA 2018 - PONTI DI PACE,[flag] => it.gif),[1] => Array ([iso639_1] => en,[languageName] => ENGLISH,[nativeName] => ENGLISH,[title] => Bologna 2018,[flag] => gb.gif),[2] => Array ([iso639_1] => es,[languageName] => CASTELLANO,[nativeName] => CASTELLANO,[title] => BOLONIA 2018 - PUENTES DE PAZ,[flag] => es.gif),[3] => Array ([iso639_1] => de,[languageName] => DEUTSCH,[nativeName] => DEUTSCH,[title] => BOLOGNA 2018 - BRÜCKEN DES FRIEDENS,[flag] => de.gif),[4] => Array ([iso639_1] => fr,[languageName] => FRANÇAIS,[nativeName] => FRANÇAIS,[title] => BOLOGNE 2018 - PONTS DE PAIX,[flag] => fr.gif),[5] => Array ([iso639_1] => pt,[languageName] => PORTUGUÊS,[nativeName] => PORTUGUÊS,[title] => BOLONHA 2018 - PONTES DE PAZ,[flag] => pt.gif),[6] => Array ([iso639_1] => nl,[languageName] => NEDERLANDS,[nativeName] => NEDERLANDS,[title] => BOLOGNA 2018 - BRUGGEN VAN VREDE,[flag] => nl.gif))),[subsection] => Array ([ID] => 30660,[parent] => -2-,[path] => Array ([0] => Array ([ID] => 30660,[langID] => en,[name] => Bologna 2018,[title] => ,[link] => ,[visible] => 1)),[feed] => ,[geoRefer] => ,[treatAsNews] => ,[startDate] => 0,[event] => 0,[endDate] => 0,[tags] => Array ([ids] => 2164_5,1436_5,[keywords] => Array ([0] => ,[1] => #peaceispossible)),[relItemId] => ,[name] => Bologna 2018,[description] => ,[companyName] => COMMUNITY OF SANT'EGIDIO,[logo] => logo-header-preghiera11.svg,[title] => ,[pretitle] => ,[subtitle] => ,[link] => ,[visible] => 1,[image] => ,[icon] => ,[imageTitle] => ponti-di-pace-2018-finale-9.jpeg;ponti-di-pace-2018-finale-7.jpeg;ponti-di-pace-2018-finale-2.jpeg;ponti-di-pace-2018-finale-1.jpeg;ponti-di-pace-2018-finale-3.jpeg;https://www.facebook.com/santegidio.org/videos/2151734168433632/,[langID] => en,[cntyID] => en),[contents] => Array ([Footer] => Array ([langID] => en,[cntyID] => en,[body] => ,[blog] => 0,[propagate] => 1),[Head] => Array ([langID] => en,[cntyID] => en,[body] => ,[blog] => 0,[propagate] => 1),[Centro] => Array ([langID] => en,[cntyID] => en,[body] =>

 


ALL SPEECHES - IMAGES - VIDEO - THE MESSAGE OF POPE FRANCIS


 


APPEAL FOR PEACE 2018


We, women and men of different religions, at the invitation of the Community of Sant’Egidio and of the Archdiocese of Bologna, gathered as pilgrims in this beautiful and hospitable city. We are driven by awareness and responsibility: peace is never acquired once and forever, it always needs to be reestablished, together, by purifying hearts and minds, by helping peoples to look one another in the eye, leaving behind the prison of fear.

 

Over the years that have gone along with globalization, we have lacked spiritual unification, and the dream of a world at peace has been denied by too many inequalities, by the terrible noise of new wars, by the production of new weapons – so many weapons, by the raising of walls that appeared to be overcome forever. With war, however, everyone loses, even those who originally seem to have won.

 

In these years the Spirit of Assisi has helped people meet with one another, and it has revealed that war in the name of religion is always war on religion. War is always a “useless slaughter”, it is against humanity itself. For this reason, with our prayer and solidarity with those who suffer in many parts of the world, we wish to bring our contribution to building “bridges of peace”. Ours are times of great opportunities, but also of too many bridges broken and new walls erected. They are times of loss of memory and waste and pollution of air, water, soil, human resources; this waste dumps unbearable burdens and bills on future generations. We have heard sorrowful memories from countries at war and testimonies from lands where frontiers, walls, and conflicts are born again.

 

There are great expectations of peace among the humble and the poor of the world, among those who have been hurt by life. We cannot give in to pessimism – or worse – to indifference.

 

There is need to change hearts and open up minds to peace. We commit ourselves to work to remove what are often the causes of many conflicts: lust for power and money, arms trading, fanaticism, exasperated nationalism, individualism, the success of one’s group as an absolute criterion, and the creation of scapegoats. We commit ourselves also to create and safeguard human relations in order to overcome loneliness, for it is becoming the principle feature of our societies. Lonely young people with no opportunity except migration, abandoned elderly people, destined to die alone, countries ignored, forgotten wars: all this drives us to a stronger joint commitment.

 

Like peoples, religions have several options: either they work for the spiritual unification that globalization is missing and towards a common destiny for all humanity; or they follow the times and allow themselves to be exploited to reinforce resistance to globalization, sacralizing borders, differences, identities, conflicts; or they stay behind their fences in the face of an entirely economic and soulless globalization.

 

The absence of dialogue, the culture of contempt, and the erection of walls make religions and the world weaker. Walls do not make people safer, rather they endanger the survival of entire communities. They deny the very heart of religions, because dialogue is a fundamental part of religions’ human and spiritual experience.

 

Religions are ties, communities, sharing. They are bridges, they generate community, and they recreate the human family. If we lose the sense of a common destiny, it is a defeat for humanity and for all believers. With their thousand-year-old wisdom, honed by prayer and by being in touch with human suffering, religions are living workshops of unity and humanity, and they make every man and every woman into an artisan of peace.

 

Today we need to change our hearts to build a future of peace. This is the starting point! We are not alone as we face this immense task. Prayer is at the root of peace, it helps us to not be overwhelmed by the present. Yes, the weak strength of prayer is the most powerful energy there is to accomplish peace even in situations where it seems impossible. For this reason we say it again: there is no future in war. May God disarm all hearts and help everyone become bridges of peace. May God help us rebuild our shared human family and love “our mother earth”. For the name of God is peace.


Bologna, 16th October 2018


 




THE CLOSING CEREMONY - FULL VIDEO

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Comunità di Sant'Egidio


Arcidiocesi di Bologna


 

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FSnetCMS2K12: query on US -> SELECT *
FROM usr__plugins
WHERE uid = :pdoEscapeVal_0 AND
path = :pdoEscapeVal_1
{":pdoEscapeVal_0":"PushNotifications",":pdoEscapeVal_1":"\/pushNotifications"}
(42S02) (1146) Table 'se_ppp.usr__plugins' doesn't exist
#0 FSnet_OldDB->getErr(PDOStatement Object ([queryString] => SELECT *
FROM usr__plugins
WHERE uid = :pdoEscapeVal_0 AND
path = :pdoEscapeVal_1)) called at [/home/segidio/www/santegidio.org/FSnetInc/classes/FSnet_OldDB.fsnet:478]
#1 FSnet_OldDB->exQ(SELECT *
FROM usr__plugins
WHERE uid = :pdoEscapeVal_0 AND
path = :pdoEscapeVal_1, US, 1, 1) called at [/home/segidio/www/santegidio.org/FSnetInc/classes/FSnet_Goofy.fsnet:188]
#2 FSnet_Goofy::getPluginsStatus() called at [/home/segidio/www/santegidio.org/FSnetInc/classes/FSnet_Goofy.fsnet:1021]
#3 FSnet_Goofy::execIntegrations(FSnet_templateBootstrap, getHeadAddons, Array ([addToHead] => Array ())) called at [/home/segidio/www/santegidio.org/FSnetInc/classes/FSnet_templateBootstrap.fsnet:126]
#4 FSnet_templateBootstrap->getHeadAddons() called at [/home/segidio/www/santegidio.org/FSnetInc/classes/FSnet_templateBootstrap.fsnet:117]
#5 FSnet_templateBootstrap->__construct(FSnet_OldParse Object ([pageInfo] => Array ([request] => Array ([langPr] => Array ([0] => 1064,[1] => 1062,[2] => 1063,[3] => 1069,[4] => 1067,[5] => 1066,[6] => 1062),[cntyPr] => Array ([0] => it,[1] => us,[2] => en),[pageID] => 30660,[itemID] => ,[queryString] => Array ([text] => 3128)),[result] => Array ([template] => Array ([ID] => 93,[name] => PREGHIERA PER LA PACE,[boxName] => ,[imagesFolder] => /immagini,[langPar] => Array ([digitalCoding] => 2.,,[dateFormat] => mm/dd/yyyy),[builtInTemplate] => ),[languages] => Array ([site] => Array ([0] => Array ([iso639_1] => it,[languageName] => ITALIANO,[nativeName] => ITALIANO,[flag] => it.gif),[1] => Array ([iso639_1] => en,[languageName] => ENGLISH,[nativeName] => ENGLISH,[flag] => gb.gif),[2] => Array ([iso639_1] => es,[languageName] => CASTELLANO,[nativeName] => CASTELLANO,[flag] => es.gif),[3] => Array ([iso639_1] => de,[languageName] => DEUTSCH,[nativeName] => DEUTSCH,[flag] => de.gif),[4] => Array ([iso639_1] => fr,[languageName] => FRANÇAIS,[nativeName] => FRANÇAIS,[flag] => fr.gif),[5] => Array ([iso639_1] => pt,[languageName] => PORTUGUÊS,[nativeName] => PORTUGUÊS,[flag] => pt.gif),[6] => Array ([iso639_1] => nl,[languageName] => NEDERLANDS,[nativeName] => NEDERLANDS,[flag] => nl.gif)),[page] => Array ([0] => Array ([iso639_1] => it,[languageName] => ITALIANO,[nativeName] => ITALIANO,[title] => BOLOGNA 2018 - PONTI DI PACE,[flag] => it.gif),[1] => Array ([iso639_1] => en,[languageName] => ENGLISH,[nativeName] => ENGLISH,[title] => Bologna 2018,[flag] => gb.gif),[2] => Array ([iso639_1] => es,[languageName] => CASTELLANO,[nativeName] => CASTELLANO,[title] => BOLONIA 2018 - PUENTES DE PAZ,[flag] => es.gif),[3] => Array ([iso639_1] => de,[languageName] => DEUTSCH,[nativeName] => DEUTSCH,[title] => BOLOGNA 2018 - BRÜCKEN DES FRIEDENS,[flag] => de.gif),[4] => Array ([iso639_1] => fr,[languageName] => FRANÇAIS,[nativeName] => FRANÇAIS,[title] => BOLOGNE 2018 - PONTS DE PAIX,[flag] => fr.gif),[5] => Array ([iso639_1] => pt,[languageName] => PORTUGUÊS,[nativeName] => PORTUGUÊS,[title] => BOLONHA 2018 - PONTES DE PAZ,[flag] => pt.gif),[6] => Array ([iso639_1] => nl,[languageName] => NEDERLANDS,[nativeName] => NEDERLANDS,[title] => BOLOGNA 2018 - BRUGGEN VAN VREDE,[flag] => nl.gif))),[subsection] => Array ([ID] => 30660,[parent] => -2-,[path] => Array ([0] => Array ([ID] => 30660,[langID] => en,[name] => Bologna 2018,[title] => ,[link] => ,[visible] => 1)),[feed] => ,[geoRefer] => ,[treatAsNews] => ,[startDate] => 0,[event] => 0,[endDate] => 0,[tags] => Array ([ids] => 2164_5,1436_5,[keywords] => Array ([0] => ,[1] => #peaceispossible)),[relItemId] => ,[name] => Bologna 2018,[description] => ,[companyName] => COMMUNITY OF SANT'EGIDIO,[logo] => logo-header-preghiera11.svg,[title] => ,[pretitle] => ,[subtitle] => ,[link] => ,[visible] => 1,[image] => ,[icon] => ,[imageTitle] => ponti-di-pace-2018-finale-9.jpeg;ponti-di-pace-2018-finale-7.jpeg;ponti-di-pace-2018-finale-2.jpeg;ponti-di-pace-2018-finale-1.jpeg;ponti-di-pace-2018-finale-3.jpeg;https://www.facebook.com/santegidio.org/videos/2151734168433632/,[langID] => en,[cntyID] => en),[contents] => Array ([Footer] => Array ([langID] => en,[cntyID] => en,[body] => ,[blog] => 0,[propagate] => 1),[Head] => Array ([langID] => en,[cntyID] => en,[body] => ,[blog] => 0,[propagate] => 1),[Centro] => Array ([langID] => en,[cntyID] => en,[body] =>

 


ALL SPEECHES - IMAGES - VIDEO - THE MESSAGE OF POPE FRANCIS


 


APPEAL FOR PEACE 2018


We, women and men of different religions, at the invitation of the Community of Sant’Egidio and of the Archdiocese of Bologna, gathered as pilgrims in this beautiful and hospitable city. We are driven by awareness and responsibility: peace is never acquired once and forever, it always needs to be reestablished, together, by purifying hearts and minds, by helping peoples to look one another in the eye, leaving behind the prison of fear.

 

Over the years that have gone along with globalization, we have lacked spiritual unification, and the dream of a world at peace has been denied by too many inequalities, by the terrible noise of new wars, by the production of new weapons – so many weapons, by the raising of walls that appeared to be overcome forever. With war, however, everyone loses, even those who originally seem to have won.

 

In these years the Spirit of Assisi has helped people meet with one another, and it has revealed that war in the name of religion is always war on religion. War is always a “useless slaughter”, it is against humanity itself. For this reason, with our prayer and solidarity with those who suffer in many parts of the world, we wish to bring our contribution to building “bridges of peace”. Ours are times of great opportunities, but also of too many bridges broken and new walls erected. They are times of loss of memory and waste and pollution of air, water, soil, human resources; this waste dumps unbearable burdens and bills on future generations. We have heard sorrowful memories from countries at war and testimonies from lands where frontiers, walls, and conflicts are born again.

 

There are great expectations of peace among the humble and the poor of the world, among those who have been hurt by life. We cannot give in to pessimism – or worse – to indifference.

 

There is need to change hearts and open up minds to peace. We commit ourselves to work to remove what are often the causes of many conflicts: lust for power and money, arms trading, fanaticism, exasperated nationalism, individualism, the success of one’s group as an absolute criterion, and the creation of scapegoats. We commit ourselves also to create and safeguard human relations in order to overcome loneliness, for it is becoming the principle feature of our societies. Lonely young people with no opportunity except migration, abandoned elderly people, destined to die alone, countries ignored, forgotten wars: all this drives us to a stronger joint commitment.

 

Like peoples, religions have several options: either they work for the spiritual unification that globalization is missing and towards a common destiny for all humanity; or they follow the times and allow themselves to be exploited to reinforce resistance to globalization, sacralizing borders, differences, identities, conflicts; or they stay behind their fences in the face of an entirely economic and soulless globalization.

 

The absence of dialogue, the culture of contempt, and the erection of walls make religions and the world weaker. Walls do not make people safer, rather they endanger the survival of entire communities. They deny the very heart of religions, because dialogue is a fundamental part of religions’ human and spiritual experience.

 

Religions are ties, communities, sharing. They are bridges, they generate community, and they recreate the human family. If we lose the sense of a common destiny, it is a defeat for humanity and for all believers. With their thousand-year-old wisdom, honed by prayer and by being in touch with human suffering, religions are living workshops of unity and humanity, and they make every man and every woman into an artisan of peace.

 

Today we need to change our hearts to build a future of peace. This is the starting point! We are not alone as we face this immense task. Prayer is at the root of peace, it helps us to not be overwhelmed by the present. Yes, the weak strength of prayer is the most powerful energy there is to accomplish peace even in situations where it seems impossible. For this reason we say it again: there is no future in war. May God disarm all hearts and help everyone become bridges of peace. May God help us rebuild our shared human family and love “our mother earth”. For the name of God is peace.


Bologna, 16th October 2018


 




THE CLOSING CEREMONY - FULL VIDEO

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Comunità di Sant'Egidio


Arcidiocesi di Bologna


 

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VALUES (:pdoEscapeVal_0, :pdoEscapeVal_1, :pdoEscapeVal_2)
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(42S02) (1146) Table 'se_ppp.usr__plugins' doesn't exist
#0 FSnet_OldDB->getErr(PDOStatement Object ([queryString] => INSERT INTO usr__plugins (uid, name, path)
VALUES (:pdoEscapeVal_0, :pdoEscapeVal_1, :pdoEscapeVal_2))) called at [/home/segidio/www/santegidio.org/FSnetInc/classes/FSnet_OldDB.fsnet:478]
#1 FSnet_OldDB->exQ(INSERT INTO usr__plugins (uid, name, path)
VALUES (:pdoEscapeVal_0, :pdoEscapeVal_1, :pdoEscapeVal_2), US) called at [/home/segidio/www/santegidio.org/FSnetInc/classes/FSnet_Goofy.fsnet:192]
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ALL SPEECHES - IMAGES - VIDEO - THE MESSAGE OF POPE FRANCIS


 


APPEAL FOR PEACE 2018


We, women and men of different religions, at the invitation of the Community of Sant’Egidio and of the Archdiocese of Bologna, gathered as pilgrims in this beautiful and hospitable city. We are driven by awareness and responsibility: peace is never acquired once and forever, it always needs to be reestablished, together, by purifying hearts and minds, by helping peoples to look one another in the eye, leaving behind the prison of fear.

 

Over the years that have gone along with globalization, we have lacked spiritual unification, and the dream of a world at peace has been denied by too many inequalities, by the terrible noise of new wars, by the production of new weapons – so many weapons, by the raising of walls that appeared to be overcome forever. With war, however, everyone loses, even those who originally seem to have won.

 

In these years the Spirit of Assisi has helped people meet with one another, and it has revealed that war in the name of religion is always war on religion. War is always a “useless slaughter”, it is against humanity itself. For this reason, with our prayer and solidarity with those who suffer in many parts of the world, we wish to bring our contribution to building “bridges of peace”. Ours are times of great opportunities, but also of too many bridges broken and new walls erected. They are times of loss of memory and waste and pollution of air, water, soil, human resources; this waste dumps unbearable burdens and bills on future generations. We have heard sorrowful memories from countries at war and testimonies from lands where frontiers, walls, and conflicts are born again.

 

There are great expectations of peace among the humble and the poor of the world, among those who have been hurt by life. We cannot give in to pessimism – or worse – to indifference.

 

There is need to change hearts and open up minds to peace. We commit ourselves to work to remove what are often the causes of many conflicts: lust for power and money, arms trading, fanaticism, exasperated nationalism, individualism, the success of one’s group as an absolute criterion, and the creation of scapegoats. We commit ourselves also to create and safeguard human relations in order to overcome loneliness, for it is becoming the principle feature of our societies. Lonely young people with no opportunity except migration, abandoned elderly people, destined to die alone, countries ignored, forgotten wars: all this drives us to a stronger joint commitment.

 

Like peoples, religions have several options: either they work for the spiritual unification that globalization is missing and towards a common destiny for all humanity; or they follow the times and allow themselves to be exploited to reinforce resistance to globalization, sacralizing borders, differences, identities, conflicts; or they stay behind their fences in the face of an entirely economic and soulless globalization.

 

The absence of dialogue, the culture of contempt, and the erection of walls make religions and the world weaker. Walls do not make people safer, rather they endanger the survival of entire communities. They deny the very heart of religions, because dialogue is a fundamental part of religions’ human and spiritual experience.

 

Religions are ties, communities, sharing. They are bridges, they generate community, and they recreate the human family. If we lose the sense of a common destiny, it is a defeat for humanity and for all believers. With their thousand-year-old wisdom, honed by prayer and by being in touch with human suffering, religions are living workshops of unity and humanity, and they make every man and every woman into an artisan of peace.

 

Today we need to change our hearts to build a future of peace. This is the starting point! We are not alone as we face this immense task. Prayer is at the root of peace, it helps us to not be overwhelmed by the present. Yes, the weak strength of prayer is the most powerful energy there is to accomplish peace even in situations where it seems impossible. For this reason we say it again: there is no future in war. May God disarm all hearts and help everyone become bridges of peace. May God help us rebuild our shared human family and love “our mother earth”. For the name of God is peace.


Bologna, 16th October 2018


 




THE CLOSING CEREMONY - FULL VIDEO

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FSnetCMS2K12: query on US -> SELECT *
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WHERE uid = :pdoEscapeVal_0 AND
path = :pdoEscapeVal_1
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WHERE uid = :pdoEscapeVal_0 AND
path = :pdoEscapeVal_1)) called at [/home/segidio/www/santegidio.org/FSnetInc/classes/FSnet_OldDB.fsnet:478]
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WHERE uid = :pdoEscapeVal_0 AND
path = :pdoEscapeVal_1, US, 1, 1) called at [/home/segidio/www/santegidio.org/FSnetInc/classes/FSnet_Goofy.fsnet:188]
#2 FSnet_Goofy::getPluginsStatus() called at [/home/segidio/www/santegidio.org/FSnetInc/classes/FSnet_Goofy.fsnet:1021]
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ALL SPEECHES - IMAGES - VIDEO - THE MESSAGE OF POPE FRANCIS


 


APPEAL FOR PEACE 2018


We, women and men of different religions, at the invitation of the Community of Sant’Egidio and of the Archdiocese of Bologna, gathered as pilgrims in this beautiful and hospitable city. We are driven by awareness and responsibility: peace is never acquired once and forever, it always needs to be reestablished, together, by purifying hearts and minds, by helping peoples to look one another in the eye, leaving behind the prison of fear.

 

Over the years that have gone along with globalization, we have lacked spiritual unification, and the dream of a world at peace has been denied by too many inequalities, by the terrible noise of new wars, by the production of new weapons – so many weapons, by the raising of walls that appeared to be overcome forever. With war, however, everyone loses, even those who originally seem to have won.

 

In these years the Spirit of Assisi has helped people meet with one another, and it has revealed that war in the name of religion is always war on religion. War is always a “useless slaughter”, it is against humanity itself. For this reason, with our prayer and solidarity with those who suffer in many parts of the world, we wish to bring our contribution to building “bridges of peace”. Ours are times of great opportunities, but also of too many bridges broken and new walls erected. They are times of loss of memory and waste and pollution of air, water, soil, human resources; this waste dumps unbearable burdens and bills on future generations. We have heard sorrowful memories from countries at war and testimonies from lands where frontiers, walls, and conflicts are born again.

 

There are great expectations of peace among the humble and the poor of the world, among those who have been hurt by life. We cannot give in to pessimism – or worse – to indifference.

 

There is need to change hearts and open up minds to peace. We commit ourselves to work to remove what are often the causes of many conflicts: lust for power and money, arms trading, fanaticism, exasperated nationalism, individualism, the success of one’s group as an absolute criterion, and the creation of scapegoats. We commit ourselves also to create and safeguard human relations in order to overcome loneliness, for it is becoming the principle feature of our societies. Lonely young people with no opportunity except migration, abandoned elderly people, destined to die alone, countries ignored, forgotten wars: all this drives us to a stronger joint commitment.

 

Like peoples, religions have several options: either they work for the spiritual unification that globalization is missing and towards a common destiny for all humanity; or they follow the times and allow themselves to be exploited to reinforce resistance to globalization, sacralizing borders, differences, identities, conflicts; or they stay behind their fences in the face of an entirely economic and soulless globalization.

 

The absence of dialogue, the culture of contempt, and the erection of walls make religions and the world weaker. Walls do not make people safer, rather they endanger the survival of entire communities. They deny the very heart of religions, because dialogue is a fundamental part of religions’ human and spiritual experience.

 

Religions are ties, communities, sharing. They are bridges, they generate community, and they recreate the human family. If we lose the sense of a common destiny, it is a defeat for humanity and for all believers. With their thousand-year-old wisdom, honed by prayer and by being in touch with human suffering, religions are living workshops of unity and humanity, and they make every man and every woman into an artisan of peace.

 

Today we need to change our hearts to build a future of peace. This is the starting point! We are not alone as we face this immense task. Prayer is at the root of peace, it helps us to not be overwhelmed by the present. Yes, the weak strength of prayer is the most powerful energy there is to accomplish peace even in situations where it seems impossible. For this reason we say it again: there is no future in war. May God disarm all hearts and help everyone become bridges of peace. May God help us rebuild our shared human family and love “our mother earth”. For the name of God is peace.


Bologna, 16th October 2018


 




THE CLOSING CEREMONY - FULL VIDEO

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Arcidiocesi di Bologna


 

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VALUES (:pdoEscapeVal_0, :pdoEscapeVal_1, :pdoEscapeVal_2)
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#0 FSnet_OldDB->getErr(PDOStatement Object ([queryString] => INSERT INTO usr__plugins (uid, name, path)
VALUES (:pdoEscapeVal_0, :pdoEscapeVal_1, :pdoEscapeVal_2))) called at [/home/segidio/www/santegidio.org/FSnetInc/classes/FSnet_OldDB.fsnet:478]
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VALUES (:pdoEscapeVal_0, :pdoEscapeVal_1, :pdoEscapeVal_2), US) called at [/home/segidio/www/santegidio.org/FSnetInc/classes/FSnet_Goofy.fsnet:192]
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ALL SPEECHES - IMAGES - VIDEO - THE MESSAGE OF POPE FRANCIS


 


APPEAL FOR PEACE 2018


We, women and men of different religions, at the invitation of the Community of Sant’Egidio and of the Archdiocese of Bologna, gathered as pilgrims in this beautiful and hospitable city. We are driven by awareness and responsibility: peace is never acquired once and forever, it always needs to be reestablished, together, by purifying hearts and minds, by helping peoples to look one another in the eye, leaving behind the prison of fear.

 

Over the years that have gone along with globalization, we have lacked spiritual unification, and the dream of a world at peace has been denied by too many inequalities, by the terrible noise of new wars, by the production of new weapons – so many weapons, by the raising of walls that appeared to be overcome forever. With war, however, everyone loses, even those who originally seem to have won.

 

In these years the Spirit of Assisi has helped people meet with one another, and it has revealed that war in the name of religion is always war on religion. War is always a “useless slaughter”, it is against humanity itself. For this reason, with our prayer and solidarity with those who suffer in many parts of the world, we wish to bring our contribution to building “bridges of peace”. Ours are times of great opportunities, but also of too many bridges broken and new walls erected. They are times of loss of memory and waste and pollution of air, water, soil, human resources; this waste dumps unbearable burdens and bills on future generations. We have heard sorrowful memories from countries at war and testimonies from lands where frontiers, walls, and conflicts are born again.

 

There are great expectations of peace among the humble and the poor of the world, among those who have been hurt by life. We cannot give in to pessimism – or worse – to indifference.

 

There is need to change hearts and open up minds to peace. We commit ourselves to work to remove what are often the causes of many conflicts: lust for power and money, arms trading, fanaticism, exasperated nationalism, individualism, the success of one’s group as an absolute criterion, and the creation of scapegoats. We commit ourselves also to create and safeguard human relations in order to overcome loneliness, for it is becoming the principle feature of our societies. Lonely young people with no opportunity except migration, abandoned elderly people, destined to die alone, countries ignored, forgotten wars: all this drives us to a stronger joint commitment.

 

Like peoples, religions have several options: either they work for the spiritual unification that globalization is missing and towards a common destiny for all humanity; or they follow the times and allow themselves to be exploited to reinforce resistance to globalization, sacralizing borders, differences, identities, conflicts; or they stay behind their fences in the face of an entirely economic and soulless globalization.

 

The absence of dialogue, the culture of contempt, and the erection of walls make religions and the world weaker. Walls do not make people safer, rather they endanger the survival of entire communities. They deny the very heart of religions, because dialogue is a fundamental part of religions’ human and spiritual experience.

 

Religions are ties, communities, sharing. They are bridges, they generate community, and they recreate the human family. If we lose the sense of a common destiny, it is a defeat for humanity and for all believers. With their thousand-year-old wisdom, honed by prayer and by being in touch with human suffering, religions are living workshops of unity and humanity, and they make every man and every woman into an artisan of peace.

 

Today we need to change our hearts to build a future of peace. This is the starting point! We are not alone as we face this immense task. Prayer is at the root of peace, it helps us to not be overwhelmed by the present. Yes, the weak strength of prayer is the most powerful energy there is to accomplish peace even in situations where it seems impossible. For this reason we say it again: there is no future in war. May God disarm all hearts and help everyone become bridges of peace. May God help us rebuild our shared human family and love “our mother earth”. For the name of God is peace.


Bologna, 16th October 2018


 




THE CLOSING CEREMONY - FULL VIDEO

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#4 FSnet_templateBootstrap->getHeadAddons() called at [/home/segidio/www/santegidio.org/FSnetInc/classes/FSnet_templateBootstrap.fsnet:117]
#5 FSnet_templateBootstrap->__construct(FSnet_OldParse Object ([pageInfo] => Array ([request] => Array ([langPr] => Array ([0] => 1064,[1] => 1062,[2] => 1063,[3] => 1069,[4] => 1067,[5] => 1066,[6] => 1062),[cntyPr] => Array ([0] => it,[1] => us,[2] => en),[pageID] => 30660,[itemID] => ,[queryString] => Array ([text] => 3128)),[result] => Array ([template] => Array ([ID] => 93,[name] => PREGHIERA PER LA PACE,[boxName] => ,[imagesFolder] => /immagini,[langPar] => Array ([digitalCoding] => 2.,,[dateFormat] => mm/dd/yyyy),[builtInTemplate] => ),[languages] => Array ([site] => Array ([0] => Array ([iso639_1] => it,[languageName] => ITALIANO,[nativeName] => ITALIANO,[flag] => it.gif),[1] => Array ([iso639_1] => en,[languageName] => ENGLISH,[nativeName] => ENGLISH,[flag] => gb.gif),[2] => Array ([iso639_1] => es,[languageName] => CASTELLANO,[nativeName] => CASTELLANO,[flag] => es.gif),[3] => Array ([iso639_1] => de,[languageName] => DEUTSCH,[nativeName] => DEUTSCH,[flag] => de.gif),[4] => Array ([iso639_1] => fr,[languageName] => FRANÇAIS,[nativeName] => FRANÇAIS,[flag] => fr.gif),[5] => Array ([iso639_1] => pt,[languageName] => PORTUGUÊS,[nativeName] => PORTUGUÊS,[flag] => pt.gif),[6] => Array ([iso639_1] => nl,[languageName] => NEDERLANDS,[nativeName] => NEDERLANDS,[flag] => nl.gif)),[page] => Array ([0] => Array ([iso639_1] => it,[languageName] => ITALIANO,[nativeName] => ITALIANO,[title] => BOLOGNA 2018 - PONTI DI PACE,[flag] => it.gif),[1] => Array ([iso639_1] => en,[languageName] => ENGLISH,[nativeName] => ENGLISH,[title] => Bologna 2018,[flag] => gb.gif),[2] => Array ([iso639_1] => es,[languageName] => CASTELLANO,[nativeName] => CASTELLANO,[title] => BOLONIA 2018 - PUENTES DE PAZ,[flag] => es.gif),[3] => Array ([iso639_1] => de,[languageName] => DEUTSCH,[nativeName] => DEUTSCH,[title] => BOLOGNA 2018 - BRÜCKEN DES FRIEDENS,[flag] => de.gif),[4] => Array ([iso639_1] => fr,[languageName] => FRANÇAIS,[nativeName] => FRANÇAIS,[title] => BOLOGNE 2018 - PONTS DE PAIX,[flag] => fr.gif),[5] => Array ([iso639_1] => pt,[languageName] => PORTUGUÊS,[nativeName] => PORTUGUÊS,[title] => BOLONHA 2018 - PONTES DE PAZ,[flag] => pt.gif),[6] => Array ([iso639_1] => nl,[languageName] => NEDERLANDS,[nativeName] => NEDERLANDS,[title] => BOLOGNA 2018 - BRUGGEN VAN VREDE,[flag] => nl.gif))),[subsection] => Array ([ID] => 30660,[parent] => -2-,[path] => Array ([0] => Array ([ID] => 30660,[langID] => en,[name] => Bologna 2018,[title] => ,[link] => ,[visible] => 1)),[feed] => ,[geoRefer] => ,[treatAsNews] => ,[startDate] => 0,[event] => 0,[endDate] => 0,[tags] => Array ([ids] => 2164_5,1436_5,[keywords] => Array ([0] => ,[1] => #peaceispossible)),[relItemId] => ,[name] => Bologna 2018,[description] => ,[companyName] => COMMUNITY OF SANT'EGIDIO,[logo] => logo-header-preghiera11.svg,[title] => ,[pretitle] => ,[subtitle] => ,[link] => ,[visible] => 1,[image] => ,[icon] => ,[imageTitle] => ponti-di-pace-2018-finale-9.jpeg;ponti-di-pace-2018-finale-7.jpeg;ponti-di-pace-2018-finale-2.jpeg;ponti-di-pace-2018-finale-1.jpeg;ponti-di-pace-2018-finale-3.jpeg;https://www.facebook.com/santegidio.org/videos/2151734168433632/,[langID] => en,[cntyID] => en),[contents] => Array ([Footer] => Array ([langID] => en,[cntyID] => en,[body] => ,[blog] => 0,[propagate] => 1),[Head] => Array ([langID] => en,[cntyID] => en,[body] => ,[blog] => 0,[propagate] => 1),[Centro] => Array ([langID] => en,[cntyID] => en,[body] =>

 


ALL SPEECHES - IMAGES - VIDEO - THE MESSAGE OF POPE FRANCIS


 


APPEAL FOR PEACE 2018


We, women and men of different religions, at the invitation of the Community of Sant’Egidio and of the Archdiocese of Bologna, gathered as pilgrims in this beautiful and hospitable city. We are driven by awareness and responsibility: peace is never acquired once and forever, it always needs to be reestablished, together, by purifying hearts and minds, by helping peoples to look one another in the eye, leaving behind the prison of fear.

 

Over the years that have gone along with globalization, we have lacked spiritual unification, and the dream of a world at peace has been denied by too many inequalities, by the terrible noise of new wars, by the production of new weapons – so many weapons, by the raising of walls that appeared to be overcome forever. With war, however, everyone loses, even those who originally seem to have won.

 

In these years the Spirit of Assisi has helped people meet with one another, and it has revealed that war in the name of religion is always war on religion. War is always a “useless slaughter”, it is against humanity itself. For this reason, with our prayer and solidarity with those who suffer in many parts of the world, we wish to bring our contribution to building “bridges of peace”. Ours are times of great opportunities, but also of too many bridges broken and new walls erected. They are times of loss of memory and waste and pollution of air, water, soil, human resources; this waste dumps unbearable burdens and bills on future generations. We have heard sorrowful memories from countries at war and testimonies from lands where frontiers, walls, and conflicts are born again.

 

There are great expectations of peace among the humble and the poor of the world, among those who have been hurt by life. We cannot give in to pessimism – or worse – to indifference.

 

There is need to change hearts and open up minds to peace. We commit ourselves to work to remove what are often the causes of many conflicts: lust for power and money, arms trading, fanaticism, exasperated nationalism, individualism, the success of one’s group as an absolute criterion, and the creation of scapegoats. We commit ourselves also to create and safeguard human relations in order to overcome loneliness, for it is becoming the principle feature of our societies. Lonely young people with no opportunity except migration, abandoned elderly people, destined to die alone, countries ignored, forgotten wars: all this drives us to a stronger joint commitment.

 

Like peoples, religions have several options: either they work for the spiritual unification that globalization is missing and towards a common destiny for all humanity; or they follow the times and allow themselves to be exploited to reinforce resistance to globalization, sacralizing borders, differences, identities, conflicts; or they stay behind their fences in the face of an entirely economic and soulless globalization.

 

The absence of dialogue, the culture of contempt, and the erection of walls make religions and the world weaker. Walls do not make people safer, rather they endanger the survival of entire communities. They deny the very heart of religions, because dialogue is a fundamental part of religions’ human and spiritual experience.

 

Religions are ties, communities, sharing. They are bridges, they generate community, and they recreate the human family. If we lose the sense of a common destiny, it is a defeat for humanity and for all believers. With their thousand-year-old wisdom, honed by prayer and by being in touch with human suffering, religions are living workshops of unity and humanity, and they make every man and every woman into an artisan of peace.

 

Today we need to change our hearts to build a future of peace. This is the starting point! We are not alone as we face this immense task. Prayer is at the root of peace, it helps us to not be overwhelmed by the present. Yes, the weak strength of prayer is the most powerful energy there is to accomplish peace even in situations where it seems impossible. For this reason we say it again: there is no future in war. May God disarm all hearts and help everyone become bridges of peace. May God help us rebuild our shared human family and love “our mother earth”. For the name of God is peace.


Bologna, 16th October 2018


 




THE CLOSING CEREMONY - FULL VIDEO

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Comunità di Sant'Egidio


Arcidiocesi di Bologna


 

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FSnetCMS2K12: query on US -> SELECT *
FROM usr__plugins
WHERE uid = :pdoEscapeVal_0 AND
path = :pdoEscapeVal_1
{":pdoEscapeVal_0":"CharitySystem",":pdoEscapeVal_1":"\/charitySystem"}
(42S02) (1146) Table 'se_ppp.usr__plugins' doesn't exist
#0 FSnet_OldDB->getErr(PDOStatement Object ([queryString] => SELECT *
FROM usr__plugins
WHERE uid = :pdoEscapeVal_0 AND
path = :pdoEscapeVal_1)) called at [/home/segidio/www/santegidio.org/FSnetInc/classes/FSnet_OldDB.fsnet:478]
#1 FSnet_OldDB->exQ(SELECT *
FROM usr__plugins
WHERE uid = :pdoEscapeVal_0 AND
path = :pdoEscapeVal_1, US, 1, 1) called at [/home/segidio/www/santegidio.org/FSnetInc/classes/FSnet_Goofy.fsnet:188]
#2 FSnet_Goofy::getPluginsStatus() called at [/home/segidio/www/santegidio.org/FSnetInc/classes/FSnet_Goofy.fsnet:1021]
#3 FSnet_Goofy::execIntegrations(FSnet_templateBootstrap, getBodyAddons, Array ([addToBody] => Array ())) called at [/home/segidio/www/santegidio.org/FSnetInc/classes/FSnet_templateBootstrap.fsnet:130]
#4 FSnet_templateBootstrap->getBodyAddons() called at [/home/segidio/www/santegidio.org/FSnetInc/classes/FSnet_templateBootstrap.fsnet:118]
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ALL SPEECHES - IMAGES - VIDEO - THE MESSAGE OF POPE FRANCIS


 


APPEAL FOR PEACE 2018


We, women and men of different religions, at the invitation of the Community of Sant’Egidio and of the Archdiocese of Bologna, gathered as pilgrims in this beautiful and hospitable city. We are driven by awareness and responsibility: peace is never acquired once and forever, it always needs to be reestablished, together, by purifying hearts and minds, by helping peoples to look one another in the eye, leaving behind the prison of fear.

 

Over the years that have gone along with globalization, we have lacked spiritual unification, and the dream of a world at peace has been denied by too many inequalities, by the terrible noise of new wars, by the production of new weapons – so many weapons, by the raising of walls that appeared to be overcome forever. With war, however, everyone loses, even those who originally seem to have won.

 

In these years the Spirit of Assisi has helped people meet with one another, and it has revealed that war in the name of religion is always war on religion. War is always a “useless slaughter”, it is against humanity itself. For this reason, with our prayer and solidarity with those who suffer in many parts of the world, we wish to bring our contribution to building “bridges of peace”. Ours are times of great opportunities, but also of too many bridges broken and new walls erected. They are times of loss of memory and waste and pollution of air, water, soil, human resources; this waste dumps unbearable burdens and bills on future generations. We have heard sorrowful memories from countries at war and testimonies from lands where frontiers, walls, and conflicts are born again.

 

There are great expectations of peace among the humble and the poor of the world, among those who have been hurt by life. We cannot give in to pessimism – or worse – to indifference.

 

There is need to change hearts and open up minds to peace. We commit ourselves to work to remove what are often the causes of many conflicts: lust for power and money, arms trading, fanaticism, exasperated nationalism, individualism, the success of one’s group as an absolute criterion, and the creation of scapegoats. We commit ourselves also to create and safeguard human relations in order to overcome loneliness, for it is becoming the principle feature of our societies. Lonely young people with no opportunity except migration, abandoned elderly people, destined to die alone, countries ignored, forgotten wars: all this drives us to a stronger joint commitment.

 

Like peoples, religions have several options: either they work for the spiritual unification that globalization is missing and towards a common destiny for all humanity; or they follow the times and allow themselves to be exploited to reinforce resistance to globalization, sacralizing borders, differences, identities, conflicts; or they stay behind their fences in the face of an entirely economic and soulless globalization.

 

The absence of dialogue, the culture of contempt, and the erection of walls make religions and the world weaker. Walls do not make people safer, rather they endanger the survival of entire communities. They deny the very heart of religions, because dialogue is a fundamental part of religions’ human and spiritual experience.

 

Religions are ties, communities, sharing. They are bridges, they generate community, and they recreate the human family. If we lose the sense of a common destiny, it is a defeat for humanity and for all believers. With their thousand-year-old wisdom, honed by prayer and by being in touch with human suffering, religions are living workshops of unity and humanity, and they make every man and every woman into an artisan of peace.

 

Today we need to change our hearts to build a future of peace. This is the starting point! We are not alone as we face this immense task. Prayer is at the root of peace, it helps us to not be overwhelmed by the present. Yes, the weak strength of prayer is the most powerful energy there is to accomplish peace even in situations where it seems impossible. For this reason we say it again: there is no future in war. May God disarm all hearts and help everyone become bridges of peace. May God help us rebuild our shared human family and love “our mother earth”. For the name of God is peace.


Bologna, 16th October 2018


 




THE CLOSING CEREMONY - FULL VIDEO

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Arcidiocesi di Bologna


 

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FSnetCMS2K12: query on US -> INSERT INTO usr__plugins (uid, name, path)
VALUES (:pdoEscapeVal_0, :pdoEscapeVal_1, :pdoEscapeVal_2)
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(42S02) (1146) Table 'se_ppp.usr__plugins' doesn't exist
#0 FSnet_OldDB->getErr(PDOStatement Object ([queryString] => INSERT INTO usr__plugins (uid, name, path)
VALUES (:pdoEscapeVal_0, :pdoEscapeVal_1, :pdoEscapeVal_2))) called at [/home/segidio/www/santegidio.org/FSnetInc/classes/FSnet_OldDB.fsnet:478]
#1 FSnet_OldDB->exQ(INSERT INTO usr__plugins (uid, name, path)
VALUES (:pdoEscapeVal_0, :pdoEscapeVal_1, :pdoEscapeVal_2), US) called at [/home/segidio/www/santegidio.org/FSnetInc/classes/FSnet_Goofy.fsnet:192]
#2 FSnet_Goofy::getPluginsStatus() called at [/home/segidio/www/santegidio.org/FSnetInc/classes/FSnet_Goofy.fsnet:1021]
#3 FSnet_Goofy::execIntegrations(FSnet_templateBootstrap, getBodyAddons, Array ([addToBody] => Array ())) called at [/home/segidio/www/santegidio.org/FSnetInc/classes/FSnet_templateBootstrap.fsnet:130]
#4 FSnet_templateBootstrap->getBodyAddons() called at [/home/segidio/www/santegidio.org/FSnetInc/classes/FSnet_templateBootstrap.fsnet:118]
#5 FSnet_templateBootstrap->__construct(FSnet_OldParse Object ([pageInfo] => Array ([request] => Array ([langPr] => Array ([0] => 1064,[1] => 1062,[2] => 1063,[3] => 1069,[4] => 1067,[5] => 1066,[6] => 1062),[cntyPr] => Array ([0] => it,[1] => us,[2] => en),[pageID] => 30660,[itemID] => ,[queryString] => Array ([text] => 3128)),[result] => Array ([template] => Array ([ID] => 93,[name] => PREGHIERA PER LA PACE,[boxName] => ,[imagesFolder] => /immagini,[langPar] => Array ([digitalCoding] => 2.,,[dateFormat] => mm/dd/yyyy),[builtInTemplate] => ),[languages] => Array ([site] => Array ([0] => Array ([iso639_1] => it,[languageName] => ITALIANO,[nativeName] => ITALIANO,[flag] => it.gif),[1] => Array ([iso639_1] => en,[languageName] => ENGLISH,[nativeName] => ENGLISH,[flag] => gb.gif),[2] => Array ([iso639_1] => es,[languageName] => CASTELLANO,[nativeName] => CASTELLANO,[flag] => es.gif),[3] => Array ([iso639_1] => de,[languageName] => DEUTSCH,[nativeName] => DEUTSCH,[flag] => de.gif),[4] => Array ([iso639_1] => fr,[languageName] => FRANÇAIS,[nativeName] => FRANÇAIS,[flag] => fr.gif),[5] => Array ([iso639_1] => pt,[languageName] => PORTUGUÊS,[nativeName] => PORTUGUÊS,[flag] => pt.gif),[6] => Array ([iso639_1] => nl,[languageName] => NEDERLANDS,[nativeName] => NEDERLANDS,[flag] => nl.gif)),[page] => Array ([0] => Array ([iso639_1] => it,[languageName] => ITALIANO,[nativeName] => ITALIANO,[title] => BOLOGNA 2018 - PONTI DI PACE,[flag] => it.gif),[1] => Array ([iso639_1] => en,[languageName] => ENGLISH,[nativeName] => ENGLISH,[title] => Bologna 2018,[flag] => gb.gif),[2] => Array ([iso639_1] => es,[languageName] => CASTELLANO,[nativeName] => CASTELLANO,[title] => BOLONIA 2018 - PUENTES DE PAZ,[flag] => es.gif),[3] => Array ([iso639_1] => de,[languageName] => DEUTSCH,[nativeName] => DEUTSCH,[title] => BOLOGNA 2018 - BRÜCKEN DES FRIEDENS,[flag] => de.gif),[4] => Array ([iso639_1] => fr,[languageName] => FRANÇAIS,[nativeName] => FRANÇAIS,[title] => BOLOGNE 2018 - PONTS DE PAIX,[flag] => fr.gif),[5] => Array ([iso639_1] => pt,[languageName] => PORTUGUÊS,[nativeName] => PORTUGUÊS,[title] => BOLONHA 2018 - PONTES DE PAZ,[flag] => pt.gif),[6] => Array ([iso639_1] => nl,[languageName] => NEDERLANDS,[nativeName] => NEDERLANDS,[title] => BOLOGNA 2018 - BRUGGEN VAN VREDE,[flag] => nl.gif))),[subsection] => Array ([ID] => 30660,[parent] => -2-,[path] => Array ([0] => Array ([ID] => 30660,[langID] => en,[name] => Bologna 2018,[title] => ,[link] => ,[visible] => 1)),[feed] => ,[geoRefer] => ,[treatAsNews] => ,[startDate] => 0,[event] => 0,[endDate] => 0,[tags] => Array ([ids] => 2164_5,1436_5,[keywords] => Array ([0] => ,[1] => #peaceispossible)),[relItemId] => ,[name] => Bologna 2018,[description] => ,[companyName] => COMMUNITY OF SANT'EGIDIO,[logo] => logo-header-preghiera11.svg,[title] => ,[pretitle] => ,[subtitle] => ,[link] => ,[visible] => 1,[image] => ,[icon] => ,[imageTitle] => ponti-di-pace-2018-finale-9.jpeg;ponti-di-pace-2018-finale-7.jpeg;ponti-di-pace-2018-finale-2.jpeg;ponti-di-pace-2018-finale-1.jpeg;ponti-di-pace-2018-finale-3.jpeg;https://www.facebook.com/santegidio.org/videos/2151734168433632/,[langID] => en,[cntyID] => en),[contents] => Array ([Footer] => Array ([langID] => en,[cntyID] => en,[body] => ,[blog] => 0,[propagate] => 1),[Head] => Array ([langID] => en,[cntyID] => en,[body] => ,[blog] => 0,[propagate] => 1),[Centro] => Array ([langID] => en,[cntyID] => en,[body] =>

 


ALL SPEECHES - IMAGES - VIDEO - THE MESSAGE OF POPE FRANCIS


 


APPEAL FOR PEACE 2018


We, women and men of different religions, at the invitation of the Community of Sant’Egidio and of the Archdiocese of Bologna, gathered as pilgrims in this beautiful and hospitable city. We are driven by awareness and responsibility: peace is never acquired once and forever, it always needs to be reestablished, together, by purifying hearts and minds, by helping peoples to look one another in the eye, leaving behind the prison of fear.

 

Over the years that have gone along with globalization, we have lacked spiritual unification, and the dream of a world at peace has been denied by too many inequalities, by the terrible noise of new wars, by the production of new weapons – so many weapons, by the raising of walls that appeared to be overcome forever. With war, however, everyone loses, even those who originally seem to have won.

 

In these years the Spirit of Assisi has helped people meet with one another, and it has revealed that war in the name of religion is always war on religion. War is always a “useless slaughter”, it is against humanity itself. For this reason, with our prayer and solidarity with those who suffer in many parts of the world, we wish to bring our contribution to building “bridges of peace”. Ours are times of great opportunities, but also of too many bridges broken and new walls erected. They are times of loss of memory and waste and pollution of air, water, soil, human resources; this waste dumps unbearable burdens and bills on future generations. We have heard sorrowful memories from countries at war and testimonies from lands where frontiers, walls, and conflicts are born again.

 

There are great expectations of peace among the humble and the poor of the world, among those who have been hurt by life. We cannot give in to pessimism – or worse – to indifference.

 

There is need to change hearts and open up minds to peace. We commit ourselves to work to remove what are often the causes of many conflicts: lust for power and money, arms trading, fanaticism, exasperated nationalism, individualism, the success of one’s group as an absolute criterion, and the creation of scapegoats. We commit ourselves also to create and safeguard human relations in order to overcome loneliness, for it is becoming the principle feature of our societies. Lonely young people with no opportunity except migration, abandoned elderly people, destined to die alone, countries ignored, forgotten wars: all this drives us to a stronger joint commitment.

 

Like peoples, religions have several options: either they work for the spiritual unification that globalization is missing and towards a common destiny for all humanity; or they follow the times and allow themselves to be exploited to reinforce resistance to globalization, sacralizing borders, differences, identities, conflicts; or they stay behind their fences in the face of an entirely economic and soulless globalization.

 

The absence of dialogue, the culture of contempt, and the erection of walls make religions and the world weaker. Walls do not make people safer, rather they endanger the survival of entire communities. They deny the very heart of religions, because dialogue is a fundamental part of religions’ human and spiritual experience.

 

Religions are ties, communities, sharing. They are bridges, they generate community, and they recreate the human family. If we lose the sense of a common destiny, it is a defeat for humanity and for all believers. With their thousand-year-old wisdom, honed by prayer and by being in touch with human suffering, religions are living workshops of unity and humanity, and they make every man and every woman into an artisan of peace.

 

Today we need to change our hearts to build a future of peace. This is the starting point! We are not alone as we face this immense task. Prayer is at the root of peace, it helps us to not be overwhelmed by the present. Yes, the weak strength of prayer is the most powerful energy there is to accomplish peace even in situations where it seems impossible. For this reason we say it again: there is no future in war. May God disarm all hearts and help everyone become bridges of peace. May God help us rebuild our shared human family and love “our mother earth”. For the name of God is peace.


Bologna, 16th October 2018


 




THE CLOSING CEREMONY - FULL VIDEO

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Comunità di Sant'Egidio


Arcidiocesi di Bologna


 

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FSnetCMS2K12: query on US -> SELECT *
FROM usr__plugins
WHERE uid = :pdoEscapeVal_0 AND
path = :pdoEscapeVal_1
{":pdoEscapeVal_0":"PushNotifications",":pdoEscapeVal_1":"\/pushNotifications"}
(42S02) (1146) Table 'se_ppp.usr__plugins' doesn't exist
#0 FSnet_OldDB->getErr(PDOStatement Object ([queryString] => SELECT *
FROM usr__plugins
WHERE uid = :pdoEscapeVal_0 AND
path = :pdoEscapeVal_1)) called at [/home/segidio/www/santegidio.org/FSnetInc/classes/FSnet_OldDB.fsnet:478]
#1 FSnet_OldDB->exQ(SELECT *
FROM usr__plugins
WHERE uid = :pdoEscapeVal_0 AND
path = :pdoEscapeVal_1, US, 1, 1) called at [/home/segidio/www/santegidio.org/FSnetInc/classes/FSnet_Goofy.fsnet:188]
#2 FSnet_Goofy::getPluginsStatus() called at [/home/segidio/www/santegidio.org/FSnetInc/classes/FSnet_Goofy.fsnet:1021]
#3 FSnet_Goofy::execIntegrations(FSnet_templateBootstrap, getBodyAddons, Array ([addToBody] => Array ())) called at [/home/segidio/www/santegidio.org/FSnetInc/classes/FSnet_templateBootstrap.fsnet:130]
#4 FSnet_templateBootstrap->getBodyAddons() called at [/home/segidio/www/santegidio.org/FSnetInc/classes/FSnet_templateBootstrap.fsnet:118]
#5 FSnet_templateBootstrap->__construct(FSnet_OldParse Object ([pageInfo] => Array ([request] => Array ([langPr] => Array ([0] => 1064,[1] => 1062,[2] => 1063,[3] => 1069,[4] => 1067,[5] => 1066,[6] => 1062),[cntyPr] => Array ([0] => it,[1] => us,[2] => en),[pageID] => 30660,[itemID] => ,[queryString] => Array ([text] => 3128)),[result] => Array ([template] => Array ([ID] => 93,[name] => PREGHIERA PER LA PACE,[boxName] => ,[imagesFolder] => /immagini,[langPar] => Array ([digitalCoding] => 2.,,[dateFormat] => mm/dd/yyyy),[builtInTemplate] => ),[languages] => Array ([site] => Array ([0] => Array ([iso639_1] => it,[languageName] => ITALIANO,[nativeName] => ITALIANO,[flag] => it.gif),[1] => Array ([iso639_1] => en,[languageName] => ENGLISH,[nativeName] => ENGLISH,[flag] => gb.gif),[2] => Array ([iso639_1] => es,[languageName] => CASTELLANO,[nativeName] => CASTELLANO,[flag] => es.gif),[3] => Array ([iso639_1] => de,[languageName] => DEUTSCH,[nativeName] => DEUTSCH,[flag] => de.gif),[4] => Array ([iso639_1] => fr,[languageName] => FRANÇAIS,[nativeName] => FRANÇAIS,[flag] => fr.gif),[5] => Array ([iso639_1] => pt,[languageName] => PORTUGUÊS,[nativeName] => PORTUGUÊS,[flag] => pt.gif),[6] => Array ([iso639_1] => nl,[languageName] => NEDERLANDS,[nativeName] => NEDERLANDS,[flag] => nl.gif)),[page] => Array ([0] => Array ([iso639_1] => it,[languageName] => ITALIANO,[nativeName] => ITALIANO,[title] => BOLOGNA 2018 - PONTI DI PACE,[flag] => it.gif),[1] => Array ([iso639_1] => en,[languageName] => ENGLISH,[nativeName] => ENGLISH,[title] => Bologna 2018,[flag] => gb.gif),[2] => Array ([iso639_1] => es,[languageName] => CASTELLANO,[nativeName] => CASTELLANO,[title] => BOLONIA 2018 - PUENTES DE PAZ,[flag] => es.gif),[3] => Array ([iso639_1] => de,[languageName] => DEUTSCH,[nativeName] => DEUTSCH,[title] => BOLOGNA 2018 - BRÜCKEN DES FRIEDENS,[flag] => de.gif),[4] => Array ([iso639_1] => fr,[languageName] => FRANÇAIS,[nativeName] => FRANÇAIS,[title] => BOLOGNE 2018 - PONTS DE PAIX,[flag] => fr.gif),[5] => Array ([iso639_1] => pt,[languageName] => PORTUGUÊS,[nativeName] => PORTUGUÊS,[title] => BOLONHA 2018 - PONTES DE PAZ,[flag] => pt.gif),[6] => Array ([iso639_1] => nl,[languageName] => NEDERLANDS,[nativeName] => NEDERLANDS,[title] => BOLOGNA 2018 - BRUGGEN VAN VREDE,[flag] => nl.gif))),[subsection] => Array ([ID] => 30660,[parent] => -2-,[path] => Array ([0] => Array ([ID] => 30660,[langID] => en,[name] => Bologna 2018,[title] => ,[link] => ,[visible] => 1)),[feed] => ,[geoRefer] => ,[treatAsNews] => ,[startDate] => 0,[event] => 0,[endDate] => 0,[tags] => Array ([ids] => 2164_5,1436_5,[keywords] => Array ([0] => ,[1] => #peaceispossible)),[relItemId] => ,[name] => Bologna 2018,[description] => ,[companyName] => COMMUNITY OF SANT'EGIDIO,[logo] => logo-header-preghiera11.svg,[title] => ,[pretitle] => ,[subtitle] => ,[link] => ,[visible] => 1,[image] => ,[icon] => ,[imageTitle] => ponti-di-pace-2018-finale-9.jpeg;ponti-di-pace-2018-finale-7.jpeg;ponti-di-pace-2018-finale-2.jpeg;ponti-di-pace-2018-finale-1.jpeg;ponti-di-pace-2018-finale-3.jpeg;https://www.facebook.com/santegidio.org/videos/2151734168433632/,[langID] => en,[cntyID] => en),[contents] => Array ([Footer] => Array ([langID] => en,[cntyID] => en,[body] => ,[blog] => 0,[propagate] => 1),[Head] => Array ([langID] => en,[cntyID] => en,[body] => ,[blog] => 0,[propagate] => 1),[Centro] => Array ([langID] => en,[cntyID] => en,[body] =>

 


ALL SPEECHES - IMAGES - VIDEO - THE MESSAGE OF POPE FRANCIS


 


APPEAL FOR PEACE 2018


We, women and men of different religions, at the invitation of the Community of Sant’Egidio and of the Archdiocese of Bologna, gathered as pilgrims in this beautiful and hospitable city. We are driven by awareness and responsibility: peace is never acquired once and forever, it always needs to be reestablished, together, by purifying hearts and minds, by helping peoples to look one another in the eye, leaving behind the prison of fear.

 

Over the years that have gone along with globalization, we have lacked spiritual unification, and the dream of a world at peace has been denied by too many inequalities, by the terrible noise of new wars, by the production of new weapons – so many weapons, by the raising of walls that appeared to be overcome forever. With war, however, everyone loses, even those who originally seem to have won.

 

In these years the Spirit of Assisi has helped people meet with one another, and it has revealed that war in the name of religion is always war on religion. War is always a “useless slaughter”, it is against humanity itself. For this reason, with our prayer and solidarity with those who suffer in many parts of the world, we wish to bring our contribution to building “bridges of peace”. Ours are times of great opportunities, but also of too many bridges broken and new walls erected. They are times of loss of memory and waste and pollution of air, water, soil, human resources; this waste dumps unbearable burdens and bills on future generations. We have heard sorrowful memories from countries at war and testimonies from lands where frontiers, walls, and conflicts are born again.

 

There are great expectations of peace among the humble and the poor of the world, among those who have been hurt by life. We cannot give in to pessimism – or worse – to indifference.

 

There is need to change hearts and open up minds to peace. We commit ourselves to work to remove what are often the causes of many conflicts: lust for power and money, arms trading, fanaticism, exasperated nationalism, individualism, the success of one’s group as an absolute criterion, and the creation of scapegoats. We commit ourselves also to create and safeguard human relations in order to overcome loneliness, for it is becoming the principle feature of our societies. Lonely young people with no opportunity except migration, abandoned elderly people, destined to die alone, countries ignored, forgotten wars: all this drives us to a stronger joint commitment.

 

Like peoples, religions have several options: either they work for the spiritual unification that globalization is missing and towards a common destiny for all humanity; or they follow the times and allow themselves to be exploited to reinforce resistance to globalization, sacralizing borders, differences, identities, conflicts; or they stay behind their fences in the face of an entirely economic and soulless globalization.

 

The absence of dialogue, the culture of contempt, and the erection of walls make religions and the world weaker. Walls do not make people safer, rather they endanger the survival of entire communities. They deny the very heart of religions, because dialogue is a fundamental part of religions’ human and spiritual experience.

 

Religions are ties, communities, sharing. They are bridges, they generate community, and they recreate the human family. If we lose the sense of a common destiny, it is a defeat for humanity and for all believers. With their thousand-year-old wisdom, honed by prayer and by being in touch with human suffering, religions are living workshops of unity and humanity, and they make every man and every woman into an artisan of peace.

 

Today we need to change our hearts to build a future of peace. This is the starting point! We are not alone as we face this immense task. Prayer is at the root of peace, it helps us to not be overwhelmed by the present. Yes, the weak strength of prayer is the most powerful energy there is to accomplish peace even in situations where it seems impossible. For this reason we say it again: there is no future in war. May God disarm all hearts and help everyone become bridges of peace. May God help us rebuild our shared human family and love “our mother earth”. For the name of God is peace.


Bologna, 16th October 2018


 




THE CLOSING CEREMONY - FULL VIDEO

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Arcidiocesi di Bologna


 

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FSnetCMS2K12: query on US -> INSERT INTO usr__plugins (uid, name, path)
VALUES (:pdoEscapeVal_0, :pdoEscapeVal_1, :pdoEscapeVal_2)
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(42S02) (1146) Table 'se_ppp.usr__plugins' doesn't exist
#0 FSnet_OldDB->getErr(PDOStatement Object ([queryString] => INSERT INTO usr__plugins (uid, name, path)
VALUES (:pdoEscapeVal_0, :pdoEscapeVal_1, :pdoEscapeVal_2))) called at [/home/segidio/www/santegidio.org/FSnetInc/classes/FSnet_OldDB.fsnet:478]
#1 FSnet_OldDB->exQ(INSERT INTO usr__plugins (uid, name, path)
VALUES (:pdoEscapeVal_0, :pdoEscapeVal_1, :pdoEscapeVal_2), US) called at [/home/segidio/www/santegidio.org/FSnetInc/classes/FSnet_Goofy.fsnet:192]
#2 FSnet_Goofy::getPluginsStatus() called at [/home/segidio/www/santegidio.org/FSnetInc/classes/FSnet_Goofy.fsnet:1021]
#3 FSnet_Goofy::execIntegrations(FSnet_templateBootstrap, getBodyAddons, Array ([addToBody] => Array ())) called at [/home/segidio/www/santegidio.org/FSnetInc/classes/FSnet_templateBootstrap.fsnet:130]
#4 FSnet_templateBootstrap->getBodyAddons() called at [/home/segidio/www/santegidio.org/FSnetInc/classes/FSnet_templateBootstrap.fsnet:118]
#5 FSnet_templateBootstrap->__construct(FSnet_OldParse Object ([pageInfo] => Array ([request] => Array ([langPr] => Array ([0] => 1064,[1] => 1062,[2] => 1063,[3] => 1069,[4] => 1067,[5] => 1066,[6] => 1062),[cntyPr] => Array ([0] => it,[1] => us,[2] => en),[pageID] => 30660,[itemID] => ,[queryString] => Array ([text] => 3128)),[result] => Array ([template] => Array ([ID] => 93,[name] => PREGHIERA PER LA PACE,[boxName] => ,[imagesFolder] => /immagini,[langPar] => Array ([digitalCoding] => 2.,,[dateFormat] => mm/dd/yyyy),[builtInTemplate] => ),[languages] => Array ([site] => Array ([0] => Array ([iso639_1] => it,[languageName] => ITALIANO,[nativeName] => ITALIANO,[flag] => it.gif),[1] => Array ([iso639_1] => en,[languageName] => ENGLISH,[nativeName] => ENGLISH,[flag] => gb.gif),[2] => Array ([iso639_1] => es,[languageName] => CASTELLANO,[nativeName] => CASTELLANO,[flag] => es.gif),[3] => Array ([iso639_1] => de,[languageName] => DEUTSCH,[nativeName] => DEUTSCH,[flag] => de.gif),[4] => Array ([iso639_1] => fr,[languageName] => FRANÇAIS,[nativeName] => FRANÇAIS,[flag] => fr.gif),[5] => Array ([iso639_1] => pt,[languageName] => PORTUGUÊS,[nativeName] => PORTUGUÊS,[flag] => pt.gif),[6] => Array ([iso639_1] => nl,[languageName] => NEDERLANDS,[nativeName] => NEDERLANDS,[flag] => nl.gif)),[page] => Array ([0] => Array ([iso639_1] => it,[languageName] => ITALIANO,[nativeName] => ITALIANO,[title] => BOLOGNA 2018 - PONTI DI PACE,[flag] => it.gif),[1] => Array ([iso639_1] => en,[languageName] => ENGLISH,[nativeName] => ENGLISH,[title] => Bologna 2018,[flag] => gb.gif),[2] => Array ([iso639_1] => es,[languageName] => CASTELLANO,[nativeName] => CASTELLANO,[title] => BOLONIA 2018 - PUENTES DE PAZ,[flag] => es.gif),[3] => Array ([iso639_1] => de,[languageName] => DEUTSCH,[nativeName] => DEUTSCH,[title] => BOLOGNA 2018 - BRÜCKEN DES FRIEDENS,[flag] => de.gif),[4] => Array ([iso639_1] => fr,[languageName] => FRANÇAIS,[nativeName] => FRANÇAIS,[title] => BOLOGNE 2018 - PONTS DE PAIX,[flag] => fr.gif),[5] => Array ([iso639_1] => pt,[languageName] => PORTUGUÊS,[nativeName] => PORTUGUÊS,[title] => BOLONHA 2018 - PONTES DE PAZ,[flag] => pt.gif),[6] => Array ([iso639_1] => nl,[languageName] => NEDERLANDS,[nativeName] => NEDERLANDS,[title] => BOLOGNA 2018 - BRUGGEN VAN VREDE,[flag] => nl.gif))),[subsection] => Array ([ID] => 30660,[parent] => -2-,[path] => Array ([0] => Array ([ID] => 30660,[langID] => en,[name] => Bologna 2018,[title] => ,[link] => ,[visible] => 1)),[feed] => ,[geoRefer] => ,[treatAsNews] => ,[startDate] => 0,[event] => 0,[endDate] => 0,[tags] => Array ([ids] => 2164_5,1436_5,[keywords] => Array ([0] => ,[1] => #peaceispossible)),[relItemId] => ,[name] => Bologna 2018,[description] => ,[companyName] => COMMUNITY OF SANT'EGIDIO,[logo] => logo-header-preghiera11.svg,[title] => ,[pretitle] => ,[subtitle] => ,[link] => ,[visible] => 1,[image] => ,[icon] => ,[imageTitle] => ponti-di-pace-2018-finale-9.jpeg;ponti-di-pace-2018-finale-7.jpeg;ponti-di-pace-2018-finale-2.jpeg;ponti-di-pace-2018-finale-1.jpeg;ponti-di-pace-2018-finale-3.jpeg;https://www.facebook.com/santegidio.org/videos/2151734168433632/,[langID] => en,[cntyID] => en),[contents] => Array ([Footer] => Array ([langID] => en,[cntyID] => en,[body] => ,[blog] => 0,[propagate] => 1),[Head] => Array ([langID] => en,[cntyID] => en,[body] => ,[blog] => 0,[propagate] => 1),[Centro] => Array ([langID] => en,[cntyID] => en,[body] =>

 


ALL SPEECHES - IMAGES - VIDEO - THE MESSAGE OF POPE FRANCIS


 


APPEAL FOR PEACE 2018


We, women and men of different religions, at the invitation of the Community of Sant’Egidio and of the Archdiocese of Bologna, gathered as pilgrims in this beautiful and hospitable city. We are driven by awareness and responsibility: peace is never acquired once and forever, it always needs to be reestablished, together, by purifying hearts and minds, by helping peoples to look one another in the eye, leaving behind the prison of fear.

 

Over the years that have gone along with globalization, we have lacked spiritual unification, and the dream of a world at peace has been denied by too many inequalities, by the terrible noise of new wars, by the production of new weapons – so many weapons, by the raising of walls that appeared to be overcome forever. With war, however, everyone loses, even those who originally seem to have won.

 

In these years the Spirit of Assisi has helped people meet with one another, and it has revealed that war in the name of religion is always war on religion. War is always a “useless slaughter”, it is against humanity itself. For this reason, with our prayer and solidarity with those who suffer in many parts of the world, we wish to bring our contribution to building “bridges of peace”. Ours are times of great opportunities, but also of too many bridges broken and new walls erected. They are times of loss of memory and waste and pollution of air, water, soil, human resources; this waste dumps unbearable burdens and bills on future generations. We have heard sorrowful memories from countries at war and testimonies from lands where frontiers, walls, and conflicts are born again.

 

There are great expectations of peace among the humble and the poor of the world, among those who have been hurt by life. We cannot give in to pessimism – or worse – to indifference.

 

There is need to change hearts and open up minds to peace. We commit ourselves to work to remove what are often the causes of many conflicts: lust for power and money, arms trading, fanaticism, exasperated nationalism, individualism, the success of one’s group as an absolute criterion, and the creation of scapegoats. We commit ourselves also to create and safeguard human relations in order to overcome loneliness, for it is becoming the principle feature of our societies. Lonely young people with no opportunity except migration, abandoned elderly people, destined to die alone, countries ignored, forgotten wars: all this drives us to a stronger joint commitment.

 

Like peoples, religions have several options: either they work for the spiritual unification that globalization is missing and towards a common destiny for all humanity; or they follow the times and allow themselves to be exploited to reinforce resistance to globalization, sacralizing borders, differences, identities, conflicts; or they stay behind their fences in the face of an entirely economic and soulless globalization.

 

The absence of dialogue, the culture of contempt, and the erection of walls make religions and the world weaker. Walls do not make people safer, rather they endanger the survival of entire communities. They deny the very heart of religions, because dialogue is a fundamental part of religions’ human and spiritual experience.

 

Religions are ties, communities, sharing. They are bridges, they generate community, and they recreate the human family. If we lose the sense of a common destiny, it is a defeat for humanity and for all believers. With their thousand-year-old wisdom, honed by prayer and by being in touch with human suffering, religions are living workshops of unity and humanity, and they make every man and every woman into an artisan of peace.

 

Today we need to change our hearts to build a future of peace. This is the starting point! We are not alone as we face this immense task. Prayer is at the root of peace, it helps us to not be overwhelmed by the present. Yes, the weak strength of prayer is the most powerful energy there is to accomplish peace even in situations where it seems impossible. For this reason we say it again: there is no future in war. May God disarm all hearts and help everyone become bridges of peace. May God help us rebuild our shared human family and love “our mother earth”. For the name of God is peace.


Bologna, 16th October 2018


 




THE CLOSING CEREMONY - FULL VIDEO

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Comunità di Sant'Egidio


Arcidiocesi di Bologna


 

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FSnetCMS2K12: query on US -> SELECT *
FROM usr__plugins
WHERE uid = :pdoEscapeVal_0 AND
path = :pdoEscapeVal_1
{":pdoEscapeVal_0":"fsnetSocialMonitor",":pdoEscapeVal_1":"\/socialMonitor"}
(42S02) (1146) Table 'se_ppp.usr__plugins' doesn't exist
#0 FSnet_OldDB->getErr(PDOStatement Object ([queryString] => SELECT *
FROM usr__plugins
WHERE uid = :pdoEscapeVal_0 AND
path = :pdoEscapeVal_1)) called at [/home/segidio/www/santegidio.org/FSnetInc/classes/FSnet_OldDB.fsnet:478]
#1 FSnet_OldDB->exQ(SELECT *
FROM usr__plugins
WHERE uid = :pdoEscapeVal_0 AND
path = :pdoEscapeVal_1, US, 1, 1) called at [/home/segidio/www/santegidio.org/FSnetInc/classes/FSnet_Goofy.fsnet:188]
#2 FSnet_Goofy::getPluginsStatus() called at [/home/segidio/www/santegidio.org/FSnetInc/classes/FSnet_Goofy.fsnet:1021]
#3 FSnet_Goofy::execIntegrations(FSnet_templateBootstrap, getBodyAddons, Array ([addToBody] => Array ())) called at [/home/segidio/www/santegidio.org/FSnetInc/classes/FSnet_templateBootstrap.fsnet:130]
#4 FSnet_templateBootstrap->getBodyAddons() called at [/home/segidio/www/santegidio.org/FSnetInc/classes/FSnet_templateBootstrap.fsnet:118]
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ALL SPEECHES - IMAGES - VIDEO - THE MESSAGE OF POPE FRANCIS


 


APPEAL FOR PEACE 2018


We, women and men of different religions, at the invitation of the Community of Sant’Egidio and of the Archdiocese of Bologna, gathered as pilgrims in this beautiful and hospitable city. We are driven by awareness and responsibility: peace is never acquired once and forever, it always needs to be reestablished, together, by purifying hearts and minds, by helping peoples to look one another in the eye, leaving behind the prison of fear.

 

Over the years that have gone along with globalization, we have lacked spiritual unification, and the dream of a world at peace has been denied by too many inequalities, by the terrible noise of new wars, by the production of new weapons – so many weapons, by the raising of walls that appeared to be overcome forever. With war, however, everyone loses, even those who originally seem to have won.

 

In these years the Spirit of Assisi has helped people meet with one another, and it has revealed that war in the name of religion is always war on religion. War is always a “useless slaughter”, it is against humanity itself. For this reason, with our prayer and solidarity with those who suffer in many parts of the world, we wish to bring our contribution to building “bridges of peace”. Ours are times of great opportunities, but also of too many bridges broken and new walls erected. They are times of loss of memory and waste and pollution of air, water, soil, human resources; this waste dumps unbearable burdens and bills on future generations. We have heard sorrowful memories from countries at war and testimonies from lands where frontiers, walls, and conflicts are born again.

 

There are great expectations of peace among the humble and the poor of the world, among those who have been hurt by life. We cannot give in to pessimism – or worse – to indifference.

 

There is need to change hearts and open up minds to peace. We commit ourselves to work to remove what are often the causes of many conflicts: lust for power and money, arms trading, fanaticism, exasperated nationalism, individualism, the success of one’s group as an absolute criterion, and the creation of scapegoats. We commit ourselves also to create and safeguard human relations in order to overcome loneliness, for it is becoming the principle feature of our societies. Lonely young people with no opportunity except migration, abandoned elderly people, destined to die alone, countries ignored, forgotten wars: all this drives us to a stronger joint commitment.

 

Like peoples, religions have several options: either they work for the spiritual unification that globalization is missing and towards a common destiny for all humanity; or they follow the times and allow themselves to be exploited to reinforce resistance to globalization, sacralizing borders, differences, identities, conflicts; or they stay behind their fences in the face of an entirely economic and soulless globalization.

 

The absence of dialogue, the culture of contempt, and the erection of walls make religions and the world weaker. Walls do not make people safer, rather they endanger the survival of entire communities. They deny the very heart of religions, because dialogue is a fundamental part of religions’ human and spiritual experience.

 

Religions are ties, communities, sharing. They are bridges, they generate community, and they recreate the human family. If we lose the sense of a common destiny, it is a defeat for humanity and for all believers. With their thousand-year-old wisdom, honed by prayer and by being in touch with human suffering, religions are living workshops of unity and humanity, and they make every man and every woman into an artisan of peace.

 

Today we need to change our hearts to build a future of peace. This is the starting point! We are not alone as we face this immense task. Prayer is at the root of peace, it helps us to not be overwhelmed by the present. Yes, the weak strength of prayer is the most powerful energy there is to accomplish peace even in situations where it seems impossible. For this reason we say it again: there is no future in war. May God disarm all hearts and help everyone become bridges of peace. May God help us rebuild our shared human family and love “our mother earth”. For the name of God is peace.


Bologna, 16th October 2018


 




THE CLOSING CEREMONY - FULL VIDEO

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FSnetCMS2K12: query on US -> INSERT INTO usr__plugins (uid, name, path)
VALUES (:pdoEscapeVal_0, :pdoEscapeVal_1, :pdoEscapeVal_2)
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(42S02) (1146) Table 'se_ppp.usr__plugins' doesn't exist
#0 FSnet_OldDB->getErr(PDOStatement Object ([queryString] => INSERT INTO usr__plugins (uid, name, path)
VALUES (:pdoEscapeVal_0, :pdoEscapeVal_1, :pdoEscapeVal_2))) called at [/home/segidio/www/santegidio.org/FSnetInc/classes/FSnet_OldDB.fsnet:478]
#1 FSnet_OldDB->exQ(INSERT INTO usr__plugins (uid, name, path)
VALUES (:pdoEscapeVal_0, :pdoEscapeVal_1, :pdoEscapeVal_2), US) called at [/home/segidio/www/santegidio.org/FSnetInc/classes/FSnet_Goofy.fsnet:192]
#2 FSnet_Goofy::getPluginsStatus() called at [/home/segidio/www/santegidio.org/FSnetInc/classes/FSnet_Goofy.fsnet:1021]
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ALL SPEECHES - IMAGES - VIDEO - THE MESSAGE OF POPE FRANCIS


 


APPEAL FOR PEACE 2018


We, women and men of different religions, at the invitation of the Community of Sant’Egidio and of the Archdiocese of Bologna, gathered as pilgrims in this beautiful and hospitable city. We are driven by awareness and responsibility: peace is never acquired once and forever, it always needs to be reestablished, together, by purifying hearts and minds, by helping peoples to look one another in the eye, leaving behind the prison of fear.

 

Over the years that have gone along with globalization, we have lacked spiritual unification, and the dream of a world at peace has been denied by too many inequalities, by the terrible noise of new wars, by the production of new weapons – so many weapons, by the raising of walls that appeared to be overcome forever. With war, however, everyone loses, even those who originally seem to have won.

 

In these years the Spirit of Assisi has helped people meet with one another, and it has revealed that war in the name of religion is always war on religion. War is always a “useless slaughter”, it is against humanity itself. For this reason, with our prayer and solidarity with those who suffer in many parts of the world, we wish to bring our contribution to building “bridges of peace”. Ours are times of great opportunities, but also of too many bridges broken and new walls erected. They are times of loss of memory and waste and pollution of air, water, soil, human resources; this waste dumps unbearable burdens and bills on future generations. We have heard sorrowful memories from countries at war and testimonies from lands where frontiers, walls, and conflicts are born again.

 

There are great expectations of peace among the humble and the poor of the world, among those who have been hurt by life. We cannot give in to pessimism – or worse – to indifference.

 

There is need to change hearts and open up minds to peace. We commit ourselves to work to remove what are often the causes of many conflicts: lust for power and money, arms trading, fanaticism, exasperated nationalism, individualism, the success of one’s group as an absolute criterion, and the creation of scapegoats. We commit ourselves also to create and safeguard human relations in order to overcome loneliness, for it is becoming the principle feature of our societies. Lonely young people with no opportunity except migration, abandoned elderly people, destined to die alone, countries ignored, forgotten wars: all this drives us to a stronger joint commitment.

 

Like peoples, religions have several options: either they work for the spiritual unification that globalization is missing and towards a common destiny for all humanity; or they follow the times and allow themselves to be exploited to reinforce resistance to globalization, sacralizing borders, differences, identities, conflicts; or they stay behind their fences in the face of an entirely economic and soulless globalization.

 

The absence of dialogue, the culture of contempt, and the erection of walls make religions and the world weaker. Walls do not make people safer, rather they endanger the survival of entire communities. They deny the very heart of religions, because dialogue is a fundamental part of religions’ human and spiritual experience.

 

Religions are ties, communities, sharing. They are bridges, they generate community, and they recreate the human family. If we lose the sense of a common destiny, it is a defeat for humanity and for all believers. With their thousand-year-old wisdom, honed by prayer and by being in touch with human suffering, religions are living workshops of unity and humanity, and they make every man and every woman into an artisan of peace.

 

Today we need to change our hearts to build a future of peace. This is the starting point! We are not alone as we face this immense task. Prayer is at the root of peace, it helps us to not be overwhelmed by the present. Yes, the weak strength of prayer is the most powerful energy there is to accomplish peace even in situations where it seems impossible. For this reason we say it again: there is no future in war. May God disarm all hearts and help everyone become bridges of peace. May God help us rebuild our shared human family and love “our mother earth”. For the name of God is peace.


Bologna, 16th October 2018


 




THE CLOSING CEREMONY - FULL VIDEO

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Arcidiocesi di Bologna


 

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ALL SPEECHES - IMAGES - VIDEO - THE MESSAGE OF POPE FRANCIS


 


APPEAL FOR PEACE 2018


We, women and men of different religions, at the invitation of the Community of Sant’Egidio and of the Archdiocese of Bologna, gathered as pilgrims in this beautiful and hospitable city. We are driven by awareness and responsibility: peace is never acquired once and forever, it always needs to be reestablished, together, by purifying hearts and minds, by helping peoples to look one another in the eye, leaving behind the prison of fear.

 

Over the years that have gone along with globalization, we have lacked spiritual unification, and the dream of a world at peace has been denied by too many inequalities, by the terrible noise of new wars, by the production of new weapons – so many weapons, by the raising of walls that appeared to be overcome forever. With war, however, everyone loses, even those who originally seem to have won.

 

In these years the Spirit of Assisi has helped people meet with one another, and it has revealed that war in the name of religion is always war on religion. War is always a “useless slaughter”, it is against humanity itself. For this reason, with our prayer and solidarity with those who suffer in many parts of the world, we wish to bring our contribution to building “bridges of peace”. Ours are times of great opportunities, but also of too many bridges broken and new walls erected. They are times of loss of memory and waste and pollution of air, water, soil, human resources; this waste dumps unbearable burdens and bills on future generations. We have heard sorrowful memories from countries at war and testimonies from lands where frontiers, walls, and conflicts are born again.

 

There are great expectations of peace among the humble and the poor of the world, among those who have been hurt by life. We cannot give in to pessimism – or worse – to indifference.

 

There is need to change hearts and open up minds to peace. We commit ourselves to work to remove what are often the causes of many conflicts: lust for power and money, arms trading, fanaticism, exasperated nationalism, individualism, the success of one’s group as an absolute criterion, and the creation of scapegoats. We commit ourselves also to create and safeguard human relations in order to overcome loneliness, for it is becoming the principle feature of our societies. Lonely young people with no opportunity except migration, abandoned elderly people, destined to die alone, countries ignored, forgotten wars: all this drives us to a stronger joint commitment.

 

Like peoples, religions have several options: either they work for the spiritual unification that globalization is missing and towards a common destiny for all humanity; or they follow the times and allow themselves to be exploited to reinforce resistance to globalization, sacralizing borders, differences, identities, conflicts; or they stay behind their fences in the face of an entirely economic and soulless globalization.

 

The absence of dialogue, the culture of contempt, and the erection of walls make religions and the world weaker. Walls do not make people safer, rather they endanger the survival of entire communities. They deny the very heart of religions, because dialogue is a fundamental part of religions’ human and spiritual experience.

 

Religions are ties, communities, sharing. They are bridges, they generate community, and they recreate the human family. If we lose the sense of a common destiny, it is a defeat for humanity and for all believers. With their thousand-year-old wisdom, honed by prayer and by being in touch with human suffering, religions are living workshops of unity and humanity, and they make every man and every woman into an artisan of peace.

 

Today we need to change our hearts to build a future of peace. This is the starting point! We are not alone as we face this immense task. Prayer is at the root of peace, it helps us to not be overwhelmed by the present. Yes, the weak strength of prayer is the most powerful energy there is to accomplish peace even in situations where it seems impossible. For this reason we say it again: there is no future in war. May God disarm all hearts and help everyone become bridges of peace. May God help us rebuild our shared human family and love “our mother earth”. For the name of God is peace.


Bologna, 16th October 2018


 




THE CLOSING CEREMONY - FULL VIDEO

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ALL SPEECHES - IMAGES - VIDEO - THE MESSAGE OF POPE FRANCIS


 


APPEAL FOR PEACE 2018


We, women and men of different religions, at the invitation of the Community of Sant’Egidio and of the Archdiocese of Bologna, gathered as pilgrims in this beautiful and hospitable city. We are driven by awareness and responsibility: peace is never acquired once and forever, it always needs to be reestablished, together, by purifying hearts and minds, by helping peoples to look one another in the eye, leaving behind the prison of fear.

 

Over the years that have gone along with globalization, we have lacked spiritual unification, and the dream of a world at peace has been denied by too many inequalities, by the terrible noise of new wars, by the production of new weapons – so many weapons, by the raising of walls that appeared to be overcome forever. With war, however, everyone loses, even those who originally seem to have won.

 

In these years the Spirit of Assisi has helped people meet with one another, and it has revealed that war in the name of religion is always war on religion. War is always a “useless slaughter”, it is against humanity itself. For this reason, with our prayer and solidarity with those who suffer in many parts of the world, we wish to bring our contribution to building “bridges of peace”. Ours are times of great opportunities, but also of too many bridges broken and new walls erected. They are times of loss of memory and waste and pollution of air, water, soil, human resources; this waste dumps unbearable burdens and bills on future generations. We have heard sorrowful memories from countries at war and testimonies from lands where frontiers, walls, and conflicts are born again.

 

There are great expectations of peace among the humble and the poor of the world, among those who have been hurt by life. We cannot give in to pessimism – or worse – to indifference.

 

There is need to change hearts and open up minds to peace. We commit ourselves to work to remove what are often the causes of many conflicts: lust for power and money, arms trading, fanaticism, exasperated nationalism, individualism, the success of one’s group as an absolute criterion, and the creation of scapegoats. We commit ourselves also to create and safeguard human relations in order to overcome loneliness, for it is becoming the principle feature of our societies. Lonely young people with no opportunity except migration, abandoned elderly people, destined to die alone, countries ignored, forgotten wars: all this drives us to a stronger joint commitment.

 

Like peoples, religions have several options: either they work for the spiritual unification that globalization is missing and towards a common destiny for all humanity; or they follow the times and allow themselves to be exploited to reinforce resistance to globalization, sacralizing borders, differences, identities, conflicts; or they stay behind their fences in the face of an entirely economic and soulless globalization.

 

The absence of dialogue, the culture of contempt, and the erection of walls make religions and the world weaker. Walls do not make people safer, rather they endanger the survival of entire communities. They deny the very heart of religions, because dialogue is a fundamental part of religions’ human and spiritual experience.

 

Religions are ties, communities, sharing. They are bridges, they generate community, and they recreate the human family. If we lose the sense of a common destiny, it is a defeat for humanity and for all believers. With their thousand-year-old wisdom, honed by prayer and by being in touch with human suffering, religions are living workshops of unity and humanity, and they make every man and every woman into an artisan of peace.

 

Today we need to change our hearts to build a future of peace. This is the starting point! We are not alone as we face this immense task. Prayer is at the root of peace, it helps us to not be overwhelmed by the present. Yes, the weak strength of prayer is the most powerful energy there is to accomplish peace even in situations where it seems impossible. For this reason we say it again: there is no future in war. May God disarm all hearts and help everyone become bridges of peace. May God help us rebuild our shared human family and love “our mother earth”. For the name of God is peace.


Bologna, 16th October 2018


 




THE CLOSING CEREMONY - FULL VIDEO

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Arcidiocesi di Bologna


 

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VALUES (:pdoEscapeVal_0, :pdoEscapeVal_1, :pdoEscapeVal_2)
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#0 FSnet_OldDB->getErr(PDOStatement Object ([queryString] => INSERT INTO usr__plugins (uid, name, path)
VALUES (:pdoEscapeVal_0, :pdoEscapeVal_1, :pdoEscapeVal_2))) called at [/home/segidio/www/santegidio.org/FSnetInc/classes/FSnet_OldDB.fsnet:478]
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VALUES (:pdoEscapeVal_0, :pdoEscapeVal_1, :pdoEscapeVal_2), US) called at [/home/segidio/www/santegidio.org/FSnetInc/classes/FSnet_Goofy.fsnet:192]
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ALL SPEECHES - IMAGES - VIDEO - THE MESSAGE OF POPE FRANCIS


 


APPEAL FOR PEACE 2018


We, women and men of different religions, at the invitation of the Community of Sant’Egidio and of the Archdiocese of Bologna, gathered as pilgrims in this beautiful and hospitable city. We are driven by awareness and responsibility: peace is never acquired once and forever, it always needs to be reestablished, together, by purifying hearts and minds, by helping peoples to look one another in the eye, leaving behind the prison of fear.

 

Over the years that have gone along with globalization, we have lacked spiritual unification, and the dream of a world at peace has been denied by too many inequalities, by the terrible noise of new wars, by the production of new weapons – so many weapons, by the raising of walls that appeared to be overcome forever. With war, however, everyone loses, even those who originally seem to have won.

 

In these years the Spirit of Assisi has helped people meet with one another, and it has revealed that war in the name of religion is always war on religion. War is always a “useless slaughter”, it is against humanity itself. For this reason, with our prayer and solidarity with those who suffer in many parts of the world, we wish to bring our contribution to building “bridges of peace”. Ours are times of great opportunities, but also of too many bridges broken and new walls erected. They are times of loss of memory and waste and pollution of air, water, soil, human resources; this waste dumps unbearable burdens and bills on future generations. We have heard sorrowful memories from countries at war and testimonies from lands where frontiers, walls, and conflicts are born again.

 

There are great expectations of peace among the humble and the poor of the world, among those who have been hurt by life. We cannot give in to pessimism – or worse – to indifference.

 

There is need to change hearts and open up minds to peace. We commit ourselves to work to remove what are often the causes of many conflicts: lust for power and money, arms trading, fanaticism, exasperated nationalism, individualism, the success of one’s group as an absolute criterion, and the creation of scapegoats. We commit ourselves also to create and safeguard human relations in order to overcome loneliness, for it is becoming the principle feature of our societies. Lonely young people with no opportunity except migration, abandoned elderly people, destined to die alone, countries ignored, forgotten wars: all this drives us to a stronger joint commitment.

 

Like peoples, religions have several options: either they work for the spiritual unification that globalization is missing and towards a common destiny for all humanity; or they follow the times and allow themselves to be exploited to reinforce resistance to globalization, sacralizing borders, differences, identities, conflicts; or they stay behind their fences in the face of an entirely economic and soulless globalization.

 

The absence of dialogue, the culture of contempt, and the erection of walls make religions and the world weaker. Walls do not make people safer, rather they endanger the survival of entire communities. They deny the very heart of religions, because dialogue is a fundamental part of religions’ human and spiritual experience.

 

Religions are ties, communities, sharing. They are bridges, they generate community, and they recreate the human family. If we lose the sense of a common destiny, it is a defeat for humanity and for all believers. With their thousand-year-old wisdom, honed by prayer and by being in touch with human suffering, religions are living workshops of unity and humanity, and they make every man and every woman into an artisan of peace.

 

Today we need to change our hearts to build a future of peace. This is the starting point! We are not alone as we face this immense task. Prayer is at the root of peace, it helps us to not be overwhelmed by the present. Yes, the weak strength of prayer is the most powerful energy there is to accomplish peace even in situations where it seems impossible. For this reason we say it again: there is no future in war. May God disarm all hearts and help everyone become bridges of peace. May God help us rebuild our shared human family and love “our mother earth”. For the name of God is peace.


Bologna, 16th October 2018


 




THE CLOSING CEREMONY - FULL VIDEO

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path = :pdoEscapeVal_1
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WHERE uid = :pdoEscapeVal_0 AND
path = :pdoEscapeVal_1)) called at [/home/segidio/www/santegidio.org/FSnetInc/classes/FSnet_OldDB.fsnet:478]
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path = :pdoEscapeVal_1, US, 1, 1) called at [/home/segidio/www/santegidio.org/FSnetInc/classes/FSnet_Goofy.fsnet:188]
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ALL SPEECHES - IMAGES - VIDEO - THE MESSAGE OF POPE FRANCIS


 


APPEAL FOR PEACE 2018


We, women and men of different religions, at the invitation of the Community of Sant’Egidio and of the Archdiocese of Bologna, gathered as pilgrims in this beautiful and hospitable city. We are driven by awareness and responsibility: peace is never acquired once and forever, it always needs to be reestablished, together, by purifying hearts and minds, by helping peoples to look one another in the eye, leaving behind the prison of fear.

 

Over the years that have gone along with globalization, we have lacked spiritual unification, and the dream of a world at peace has been denied by too many inequalities, by the terrible noise of new wars, by the production of new weapons – so many weapons, by the raising of walls that appeared to be overcome forever. With war, however, everyone loses, even those who originally seem to have won.

 

In these years the Spirit of Assisi has helped people meet with one another, and it has revealed that war in the name of religion is always war on religion. War is always a “useless slaughter”, it is against humanity itself. For this reason, with our prayer and solidarity with those who suffer in many parts of the world, we wish to bring our contribution to building “bridges of peace”. Ours are times of great opportunities, but also of too many bridges broken and new walls erected. They are times of loss of memory and waste and pollution of air, water, soil, human resources; this waste dumps unbearable burdens and bills on future generations. We have heard sorrowful memories from countries at war and testimonies from lands where frontiers, walls, and conflicts are born again.

 

There are great expectations of peace among the humble and the poor of the world, among those who have been hurt by life. We cannot give in to pessimism – or worse – to indifference.

 

There is need to change hearts and open up minds to peace. We commit ourselves to work to remove what are often the causes of many conflicts: lust for power and money, arms trading, fanaticism, exasperated nationalism, individualism, the success of one’s group as an absolute criterion, and the creation of scapegoats. We commit ourselves also to create and safeguard human relations in order to overcome loneliness, for it is becoming the principle feature of our societies. Lonely young people with no opportunity except migration, abandoned elderly people, destined to die alone, countries ignored, forgotten wars: all this drives us to a stronger joint commitment.

 

Like peoples, religions have several options: either they work for the spiritual unification that globalization is missing and towards a common destiny for all humanity; or they follow the times and allow themselves to be exploited to reinforce resistance to globalization, sacralizing borders, differences, identities, conflicts; or they stay behind their fences in the face of an entirely economic and soulless globalization.

 

The absence of dialogue, the culture of contempt, and the erection of walls make religions and the world weaker. Walls do not make people safer, rather they endanger the survival of entire communities. They deny the very heart of religions, because dialogue is a fundamental part of religions’ human and spiritual experience.

 

Religions are ties, communities, sharing. They are bridges, they generate community, and they recreate the human family. If we lose the sense of a common destiny, it is a defeat for humanity and for all believers. With their thousand-year-old wisdom, honed by prayer and by being in touch with human suffering, religions are living workshops of unity and humanity, and they make every man and every woman into an artisan of peace.

 

Today we need to change our hearts to build a future of peace. This is the starting point! We are not alone as we face this immense task. Prayer is at the root of peace, it helps us to not be overwhelmed by the present. Yes, the weak strength of prayer is the most powerful energy there is to accomplish peace even in situations where it seems impossible. For this reason we say it again: there is no future in war. May God disarm all hearts and help everyone become bridges of peace. May God help us rebuild our shared human family and love “our mother earth”. For the name of God is peace.


Bologna, 16th October 2018


 




THE CLOSING CEREMONY - FULL VIDEO

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Comunità di Sant'Egidio


Arcidiocesi di Bologna


 

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VALUES (:pdoEscapeVal_0, :pdoEscapeVal_1, :pdoEscapeVal_2)
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#0 FSnet_OldDB->getErr(PDOStatement Object ([queryString] => INSERT INTO usr__plugins (uid, name, path)
VALUES (:pdoEscapeVal_0, :pdoEscapeVal_1, :pdoEscapeVal_2))) called at [/home/segidio/www/santegidio.org/FSnetInc/classes/FSnet_OldDB.fsnet:478]
#1 FSnet_OldDB->exQ(INSERT INTO usr__plugins (uid, name, path)
VALUES (:pdoEscapeVal_0, :pdoEscapeVal_1, :pdoEscapeVal_2), US) called at [/home/segidio/www/santegidio.org/FSnetInc/classes/FSnet_Goofy.fsnet:192]
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ALL SPEECHES - IMAGES - VIDEO - THE MESSAGE OF POPE FRANCIS


 


APPEAL FOR PEACE 2018


We, women and men of different religions, at the invitation of the Community of Sant’Egidio and of the Archdiocese of Bologna, gathered as pilgrims in this beautiful and hospitable city. We are driven by awareness and responsibility: peace is never acquired once and forever, it always needs to be reestablished, together, by purifying hearts and minds, by helping peoples to look one another in the eye, leaving behind the prison of fear.

 

Over the years that have gone along with globalization, we have lacked spiritual unification, and the dream of a world at peace has been denied by too many inequalities, by the terrible noise of new wars, by the production of new weapons – so many weapons, by the raising of walls that appeared to be overcome forever. With war, however, everyone loses, even those who originally seem to have won.

 

In these years the Spirit of Assisi has helped people meet with one another, and it has revealed that war in the name of religion is always war on religion. War is always a “useless slaughter”, it is against humanity itself. For this reason, with our prayer and solidarity with those who suffer in many parts of the world, we wish to bring our contribution to building “bridges of peace”. Ours are times of great opportunities, but also of too many bridges broken and new walls erected. They are times of loss of memory and waste and pollution of air, water, soil, human resources; this waste dumps unbearable burdens and bills on future generations. We have heard sorrowful memories from countries at war and testimonies from lands where frontiers, walls, and conflicts are born again.

 

There are great expectations of peace among the humble and the poor of the world, among those who have been hurt by life. We cannot give in to pessimism – or worse – to indifference.

 

There is need to change hearts and open up minds to peace. We commit ourselves to work to remove what are often the causes of many conflicts: lust for power and money, arms trading, fanaticism, exasperated nationalism, individualism, the success of one’s group as an absolute criterion, and the creation of scapegoats. We commit ourselves also to create and safeguard human relations in order to overcome loneliness, for it is becoming the principle feature of our societies. Lonely young people with no opportunity except migration, abandoned elderly people, destined to die alone, countries ignored, forgotten wars: all this drives us to a stronger joint commitment.

 

Like peoples, religions have several options: either they work for the spiritual unification that globalization is missing and towards a common destiny for all humanity; or they follow the times and allow themselves to be exploited to reinforce resistance to globalization, sacralizing borders, differences, identities, conflicts; or they stay behind their fences in the face of an entirely economic and soulless globalization.

 

The absence of dialogue, the culture of contempt, and the erection of walls make religions and the world weaker. Walls do not make people safer, rather they endanger the survival of entire communities. They deny the very heart of religions, because dialogue is a fundamental part of religions’ human and spiritual experience.

 

Religions are ties, communities, sharing. They are bridges, they generate community, and they recreate the human family. If we lose the sense of a common destiny, it is a defeat for humanity and for all believers. With their thousand-year-old wisdom, honed by prayer and by being in touch with human suffering, religions are living workshops of unity and humanity, and they make every man and every woman into an artisan of peace.

 

Today we need to change our hearts to build a future of peace. This is the starting point! We are not alone as we face this immense task. Prayer is at the root of peace, it helps us to not be overwhelmed by the present. Yes, the weak strength of prayer is the most powerful energy there is to accomplish peace even in situations where it seems impossible. For this reason we say it again: there is no future in war. May God disarm all hearts and help everyone become bridges of peace. May God help us rebuild our shared human family and love “our mother earth”. For the name of God is peace.


Bologna, 16th October 2018


 




THE CLOSING CEREMONY - FULL VIDEO

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path = :pdoEscapeVal_1
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WHERE uid = :pdoEscapeVal_0 AND
path = :pdoEscapeVal_1)) called at [/home/segidio/www/santegidio.org/FSnetInc/classes/FSnet_OldDB.fsnet:478]
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path = :pdoEscapeVal_1, US, 1, 1) called at [/home/segidio/www/santegidio.org/FSnetInc/classes/FSnet_Goofy.fsnet:188]
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ALL SPEECHES - IMAGES - VIDEO - THE MESSAGE OF POPE FRANCIS


 


APPEAL FOR PEACE 2018


We, women and men of different religions, at the invitation of the Community of Sant’Egidio and of the Archdiocese of Bologna, gathered as pilgrims in this beautiful and hospitable city. We are driven by awareness and responsibility: peace is never acquired once and forever, it always needs to be reestablished, together, by purifying hearts and minds, by helping peoples to look one another in the eye, leaving behind the prison of fear.

 

Over the years that have gone along with globalization, we have lacked spiritual unification, and the dream of a world at peace has been denied by too many inequalities, by the terrible noise of new wars, by the production of new weapons – so many weapons, by the raising of walls that appeared to be overcome forever. With war, however, everyone loses, even those who originally seem to have won.

 

In these years the Spirit of Assisi has helped people meet with one another, and it has revealed that war in the name of religion is always war on religion. War is always a “useless slaughter”, it is against humanity itself. For this reason, with our prayer and solidarity with those who suffer in many parts of the world, we wish to bring our contribution to building “bridges of peace”. Ours are times of great opportunities, but also of too many bridges broken and new walls erected. They are times of loss of memory and waste and pollution of air, water, soil, human resources; this waste dumps unbearable burdens and bills on future generations. We have heard sorrowful memories from countries at war and testimonies from lands where frontiers, walls, and conflicts are born again.

 

There are great expectations of peace among the humble and the poor of the world, among those who have been hurt by life. We cannot give in to pessimism – or worse – to indifference.

 

There is need to change hearts and open up minds to peace. We commit ourselves to work to remove what are often the causes of many conflicts: lust for power and money, arms trading, fanaticism, exasperated nationalism, individualism, the success of one’s group as an absolute criterion, and the creation of scapegoats. We commit ourselves also to create and safeguard human relations in order to overcome loneliness, for it is becoming the principle feature of our societies. Lonely young people with no opportunity except migration, abandoned elderly people, destined to die alone, countries ignored, forgotten wars: all this drives us to a stronger joint commitment.

 

Like peoples, religions have several options: either they work for the spiritual unification that globalization is missing and towards a common destiny for all humanity; or they follow the times and allow themselves to be exploited to reinforce resistance to globalization, sacralizing borders, differences, identities, conflicts; or they stay behind their fences in the face of an entirely economic and soulless globalization.

 

The absence of dialogue, the culture of contempt, and the erection of walls make religions and the world weaker. Walls do not make people safer, rather they endanger the survival of entire communities. They deny the very heart of religions, because dialogue is a fundamental part of religions’ human and spiritual experience.

 

Religions are ties, communities, sharing. They are bridges, they generate community, and they recreate the human family. If we lose the sense of a common destiny, it is a defeat for humanity and for all believers. With their thousand-year-old wisdom, honed by prayer and by being in touch with human suffering, religions are living workshops of unity and humanity, and they make every man and every woman into an artisan of peace.

 

Today we need to change our hearts to build a future of peace. This is the starting point! We are not alone as we face this immense task. Prayer is at the root of peace, it helps us to not be overwhelmed by the present. Yes, the weak strength of prayer is the most powerful energy there is to accomplish peace even in situations where it seems impossible. For this reason we say it again: there is no future in war. May God disarm all hearts and help everyone become bridges of peace. May God help us rebuild our shared human family and love “our mother earth”. For the name of God is peace.


Bologna, 16th October 2018


 




THE CLOSING CEREMONY - FULL VIDEO

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Arcidiocesi di Bologna


 

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VALUES (:pdoEscapeVal_0, :pdoEscapeVal_1, :pdoEscapeVal_2))) called at [/home/segidio/www/santegidio.org/FSnetInc/classes/FSnet_OldDB.fsnet:478]
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ALL SPEECHES - IMAGES - VIDEO - THE MESSAGE OF POPE FRANCIS


 


APPEAL FOR PEACE 2018


We, women and men of different religions, at the invitation of the Community of Sant’Egidio and of the Archdiocese of Bologna, gathered as pilgrims in this beautiful and hospitable city. We are driven by awareness and responsibility: peace is never acquired once and forever, it always needs to be reestablished, together, by purifying hearts and minds, by helping peoples to look one another in the eye, leaving behind the prison of fear.

 

Over the years that have gone along with globalization, we have lacked spiritual unification, and the dream of a world at peace has been denied by too many inequalities, by the terrible noise of new wars, by the production of new weapons – so many weapons, by the raising of walls that appeared to be overcome forever. With war, however, everyone loses, even those who originally seem to have won.

 

In these years the Spirit of Assisi has helped people meet with one another, and it has revealed that war in the name of religion is always war on religion. War is always a “useless slaughter”, it is against humanity itself. For this reason, with our prayer and solidarity with those who suffer in many parts of the world, we wish to bring our contribution to building “bridges of peace”. Ours are times of great opportunities, but also of too many bridges broken and new walls erected. They are times of loss of memory and waste and pollution of air, water, soil, human resources; this waste dumps unbearable burdens and bills on future generations. We have heard sorrowful memories from countries at war and testimonies from lands where frontiers, walls, and conflicts are born again.

 

There are great expectations of peace among the humble and the poor of the world, among those who have been hurt by life. We cannot give in to pessimism – or worse – to indifference.

 

There is need to change hearts and open up minds to peace. We commit ourselves to work to remove what are often the causes of many conflicts: lust for power and money, arms trading, fanaticism, exasperated nationalism, individualism, the success of one’s group as an absolute criterion, and the creation of scapegoats. We commit ourselves also to create and safeguard human relations in order to overcome loneliness, for it is becoming the principle feature of our societies. Lonely young people with no opportunity except migration, abandoned elderly people, destined to die alone, countries ignored, forgotten wars: all this drives us to a stronger joint commitment.

 

Like peoples, religions have several options: either they work for the spiritual unification that globalization is missing and towards a common destiny for all humanity; or they follow the times and allow themselves to be exploited to reinforce resistance to globalization, sacralizing borders, differences, identities, conflicts; or they stay behind their fences in the face of an entirely economic and soulless globalization.

 

The absence of dialogue, the culture of contempt, and the erection of walls make religions and the world weaker. Walls do not make people safer, rather they endanger the survival of entire communities. They deny the very heart of religions, because dialogue is a fundamental part of religions’ human and spiritual experience.

 

Religions are ties, communities, sharing. They are bridges, they generate community, and they recreate the human family. If we lose the sense of a common destiny, it is a defeat for humanity and for all believers. With their thousand-year-old wisdom, honed by prayer and by being in touch with human suffering, religions are living workshops of unity and humanity, and they make every man and every woman into an artisan of peace.

 

Today we need to change our hearts to build a future of peace. This is the starting point! We are not alone as we face this immense task. Prayer is at the root of peace, it helps us to not be overwhelmed by the present. Yes, the weak strength of prayer is the most powerful energy there is to accomplish peace even in situations where it seems impossible. For this reason we say it again: there is no future in war. May God disarm all hearts and help everyone become bridges of peace. May God help us rebuild our shared human family and love “our mother earth”. For the name of God is peace.


Bologna, 16th October 2018


 




THE CLOSING CEREMONY - FULL VIDEO

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APPEAL FOR PEACE 2018


We, women and men of different religions, at the invitation of the Community of Sant’Egidio and of the Archdiocese of Bologna, gathered as pilgrims in this beautiful and hospitable city. We are driven by awareness and responsibility: peace is never acquired once and forever, it always needs to be reestablished, together, by purifying hearts and minds, by helping peoples to look one another in the eye, leaving behind the prison of fear.

 

Over the years that have gone along with globalization, we have lacked spiritual unification, and the dream of a world at peace has been denied by too many inequalities, by the terrible noise of new wars, by the production of new weapons – so many weapons, by the raising of walls that appeared to be overcome forever. With war, however, everyone loses, even those who originally seem to have won.

 

In these years the Spirit of Assisi has helped people meet with one another, and it has revealed that war in the name of religion is always war on religion. War is always a “useless slaughter”, it is against humanity itself. For this reason, with our prayer and solidarity with those who suffer in many parts of the world, we wish to bring our contribution to building “bridges of peace”. Ours are times of great opportunities, but also of too many bridges broken and new walls erected. They are times of loss of memory and waste and pollution of air, water, soil, human resources; this waste dumps unbearable burdens and bills on future generations. We have heard sorrowful memories from countries at war and testimonies from lands where frontiers, walls, and conflicts are born again.

 

There are great expectations of peace among the humble and the poor of the world, among those who have been hurt by life. We cannot give in to pessimism – or worse – to indifference.

 

There is need to change hearts and open up minds to peace. We commit ourselves to work to remove what are often the causes of many conflicts: lust for power and money, arms trading, fanaticism, exasperated nationalism, individualism, the success of one’s group as an absolute criterion, and the creation of scapegoats. We commit ourselves also to create and safeguard human relations in order to overcome loneliness, for it is becoming the principle feature of our societies. Lonely young people with no opportunity except migration, abandoned elderly people, destined to die alone, countries ignored, forgotten wars: all this drives us to a stronger joint commitment.

 

Like peoples, religions have several options: either they work for the spiritual unification that globalization is missing and towards a common destiny for all humanity; or they follow the times and allow themselves to be exploited to reinforce resistance to globalization, sacralizing borders, differences, identities, conflicts; or they stay behind their fences in the face of an entirely economic and soulless globalization.

 

The absence of dialogue, the culture of contempt, and the erection of walls make religions and the world weaker. Walls do not make people safer, rather they endanger the survival of entire communities. They deny the very heart of religions, because dialogue is a fundamental part of religions’ human and spiritual experience.

 

Religions are ties, communities, sharing. They are bridges, they generate community, and they recreate the human family. If we lose the sense of a common destiny, it is a defeat for humanity and for all believers. With their thousand-year-old wisdom, honed by prayer and by being in touch with human suffering, religions are living workshops of unity and humanity, and they make every man and every woman into an artisan of peace.

 

Today we need to change our hearts to build a future of peace. This is the starting point! We are not alone as we face this immense task. Prayer is at the root of peace, it helps us to not be overwhelmed by the present. Yes, the weak strength of prayer is the most powerful energy there is to accomplish peace even in situations where it seems impossible. For this reason we say it again: there is no future in war. May God disarm all hearts and help everyone become bridges of peace. May God help us rebuild our shared human family and love “our mother earth”. For the name of God is peace.


Bologna, 16th October 2018


 




THE CLOSING CEREMONY - FULL VIDEO

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PONTI DI PACE
Bologna 16 ottobre 2018
PANEL 19
1968: un anno di svolta

L’anno 68 è stato un anno cruciale nella storia, nella mia storia personale e nella storia della mia generazione.
Non c’è un’unica faccia del 68, ve ne sono diverse. Una cosa caratteristica è che oggi tutta l’ultra destra in Europa, negli Stati Uniti e nell’Europa Centrale, è unita dall’odio per il 68, quell’odio è qualcosa che li unisce. Invece che cosa univa quella rivolta di cui parlava Wlodek Goldkorn?
E’ stata una contestazione. Guardando al ‘68 si possono trovare tanti punti in comune. Ad un primo sguardo sembrerebbero situazioni diverse, la primavera di Parigi ed il marzo di Varsavia: mi riferisco alle dimostrazioni a difesa dello spettacolo di  Adam Mickiewicz, un nostro poeta nazionale, e delle libertà accademiche, della cultura e delle scienze. La cosa più importante era la libertà. La libertà che a quella generazione era stata confiscata. Si combatte per riprenderla. Nel frattempo, a Ovest, si vedono i giovani che innalzano gli stemmi di Mao Zedong, Trockij, Che Guevara. E’ stata un qualcosa di contagioso, molte persone, anche io stesso, ripetevamo le parole di Che Guevara: “Fino a quando il mondo è così com’è io non voglio morire nel mio letto”. Certo è stato veramente solo una aspetto del ‘68 in Occidente.

Un secondo aspetto è legato a Martin Luther King. Lui non usava frasi rivoluzionarie, parlava di filosofia, di fare dei cambiamenti senza odiare, diventando poi lui stesso vittima dell’odio. Un dei punti che hanno accomunato occidente ed est Europa è stato il fatto che un’intera generazione non si ricordava più della guerra, non ricordava le brutalità dello stalinismo e del nazismo, convinta che dopo la caduta di Hitler, dopo la morte di Stalin, dopo Krusciov del ‘56, si potesse respirare un aria nuova. Da una parte, all’Ovest, simboli del male sono diventati la segregazione razziale e la guerra del Vietnam. Per noi, a Varsavia, a Praga, a Budapest, la questione decisiva è stata invece la primavera a Praga ed il desiderio di libertà, mentre ancora si parlava di un comunismo con una faccia umana. La speranza svanì dopo la primavera di Praga, dopo l’intervento sovietico e di altri Paesi ed il Patto di Varsavia: fu la fine del comunismo come di un progetto per il futuro e allo stesso tempo l’inizio di una visione nuova, quella di cui parlava anche Wlodek Goldkorn, di un nuovo sguardo, libero dal bagaglio della sinistra marxista, di Lenin.

In Polonia vi fu la presa di posizione dei vescovi polacchi a seguito di un intervento di polizia molto brutale all’università di Varsavia: allora i vescovi aprirono le porte delle chiese agli studenti picchiati, agendo in modo molto deciso contro la violenza. Quella repressione, in Polonia, fu accompagnata anche dall’antisemitismo. Questo è incomprensibile perché in Polonia, sotto i nostri occhi, i nazisti avevano compiuto l’Olocausto! Come è possibile, sulla terra di Auschwitz e Treblinka, tirare fuori la retorica e l’argomento antisemita? Lo fecero proprio i leader del partito comunista. Davvero sembrò una cosa incomprensibile. Ma, come ha detto Zygmunt Bauman all’epoca,  la fine dell’ideologia e la divisione fra l’intellighenzia e i comunisti, il fatto che il sistema comunista appariva ormai irriformabile, essendo divenuto un sistema che si auto conservava senza più contatto con le sue fonti e le sue origini positive. L’atteggiamento della Chiesa fu ambivalente di fronte alla campagna antisemita, per due motivi: in primo luogo dopo il Concilio Vaticano II, i vescovi polacchi temevano che le riforme del Concilio sarebbero state utilizzate dal regime per dividere la Chiesa. In secondo luogo, i vescovi, sin da subito, avevano capito che il nazionalismo poteva essere usato contro di loro. Bisogna ricordare la famosa lettera dei vescovi polacchi ai vescovi tedeschi durante il Concilio, che è un documento fondamentale per la storia della Chiesa in Polonia. Il governo protestò contro questa lettera: lì si vide che il governo parlava il linguaggio dello sciovinismo nazionalista, mentre i vescovi parlavano con il linguaggio del Vangelo. Quando nel 1968 prese avvio la campagna antisemita, molti vescovi pensarono che bisognava essere prudenti, perché gran parte della società condivideva l’antisemitismo e il nazionalismo e quindi, una loro posizione contraria poteva non essere compresa.

Questo è un esempio di come si inizia un conflitto culturale.
Dalla Cecoslovacchia giunsero in Polonia i film di tanti registi, la letteratura di Cabral, Kundera, Abel. In Polonia la cultura aveva posto in essere una opposizione molto ferma contro il comunismo. Il pensiero filosofico, quello sociologico, sono stati un colpo per il regime, che rispose a modo suo. Per questo Bauman, Klakowski, Brzozowski e gli altri furono mandati via dal Paese. In questo senso il marzo del ‘68 è stato una sconfitta in Polonia. È stata una sconfitta anche in Italia, Francia, in Messico. Ma vale la pena farsi una domanda: quale è il senso delle rivoluzioni sconfitte? A mio parere tutte quelle sconfitte avevano in sé elementi di qualcosa di nuovo. Così, all’interno della Chiesa, sorse un pensiero nuovo, diverso; iniziò il ravvicinamento con le società laiche, un ravvivato interesse per gli altri. Quando arrivò Dabrowski giunse anche un linguaggio nuovo nelle lettere pastorali, dell’episcopato in generale. Si iniziò a parlare, per esempio, dei diritti umani, veniva citato Albert Camus. E’ anche il linguaggio del Cardinale Karol Wojtyla. Le porte della Chiesa si aprirono, si aprirono anche ai contestatori; nelle chiese si tennero dibattiti, colloqui, cadde il muro tradizionale tra la Polonia cattolica e la Polonia laica, sorse qualcosa di nuovo. Caddero le tradizionali divisioni tra la tradizione cattolica e quella laica. La parola “sinistra” cessa di essere considerata una parola che approva il mercato, la democrazia liberale. Vediamo, peraltro, l’evoluzione nei regimi comunisti in direzione del nazionalismo: pensiamo alla Romania, alla Russia. Era possibile prevedere che l’ultimo stadio del comunismo sarebbe diventato il nazionalcomunismo. Se oggi pensiamo al ‘68, occorre ricordare che quella fu la generazione che dappertutto respinse il nazionalismo: in Francia, in Italia, in Germania, in Polonia, ovunque. Se oggi questa generazione è così odiata, dai così detti xenofobi, è perché quella generazione ha rigettato il nazionalismo, parlando la lingua cristiana: “Un solo gregge e un solo pastore”. Quando dopo anni, riflettiamo su questo, sul ruolo dei dissidenti in Polonia, ci chiediamo, chi è il modello del dissidente? Quando sui muri della Sorbona si scrisse: “siate realisti, chiedete l’impossibile”, ci chiediamo, in fondo, chi sia riuscito a realizzarlo. Giovanni Paolo II, Karol Wojtyla, fu il più grande dissidente polacco che è riuscito a portare al più grande cambiamento della storia, quello del 1989.
 

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