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] => 903,[itemID] => ,[queryString] => Array ([text] => 149,[from] => 0)),[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] => Cracovia 2009,[flag] => it.gif),[1] => Array ([iso639_1] => en,[languageName] => ENGLISH,[nativeName] => ENGLISH,[title] => Krakow 2009,[flag] => gb.gif),[2] => Array ([iso639_1] => es,[languageName] => CASTELLANO,[nativeName] => CASTELLANO,[title] => Cracovia 2009,[flag] => es.gif),[3] => Array ([iso639_1] => de,[languageName] => DEUTSCH,[nativeName] => DEUTSCH,[title] => Krakau 2009,[flag] => de.gif),[4] => Array ([iso639_1] => fr,[languageName] => FRANÇAIS,[nativeName] => FRANÇAIS,[title] => Cracovie 2009,[flag] => fr.gif),[5] => Array ([iso639_1] => pt,[languageName] => PORTUGUÊS,[nativeName] => PORTUGUÊS,[title] => Cracóvia 2009,[flag] => pt.gif),[6] => Array ([iso639_1] => nl,[languageName] => NEDERLANDS,[nativeName] => NEDERLANDS,[title] => Krakau 2009,[flag] => nl.gif))),[subsection] => Array ([ID] => 903,[parent] => -2-,[path] => Array ([0] => Array ([ID] => 903,[langID] => en,[name] => Krakow 2009,[title] => ,[link] => ,[visible] => 1),[1] => Array ([ID] => 2,[langID] => en,[name] => ARCHIVE,[title] => ,[link] => ,[visible] => 1),[2] => Array ([ID] => 30660,[langID] => en,[name] => Bologna 2018,[title] => ,[link] => ,[visible] => 1)),[feed] => ,[geoRefer] => ,[treatAsNews] => ,[startDate] => 0,[event] => 0,[endDate] => 0,[tags] => Array ([ids] => 335_2,337_2,339_2,351_2,327_2,[keywords] => Array ([0] => Prayer for Peace,[1] => Dialogue,[2] => Ecumenism,[3] => Krakow,[4] => Spirit of Assisi)),[relItemId] => ,[name] => Krakow 2009,[description] => ,[companyName] => COMMUNITY OF SANT'EGIDIO,[logo] => cracovia_2009_logo_prov.jpg,[title] => ,[pretitle] => ,[subtitle] => ,[link] => ,[visible] => 1,[image] => ,[icon] => ,[imageTitle] => ,[langID] => en,[cntyID] => en),[contents] => Array ([cDx] => Array ([langID] => en,[cntyID] => en,[body] =>

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Krakow, September 6 - 8


Leaders of the world’s great religions, heads of state and men and women of culture will gather in Krakow from September 6 to 8 upon the invitation of the Community of Sant’Egidio and Cardinal Stanislao Dziwisz.

The “spirit of Assisi” returns to Poland, this time to the native city of John Paul II, where the great pope got his cultural, humanistic and spiritual training.

The religious leaders thus agreed to meet at a crossroads of European history, paving the way for a pilgrimage, unprecedented in size and representation, to the Auschwitz-Birkenau death camp, as a token of reconciliation and peace and a symbol of a radical rejection of violence and war as a way of solving international conflicts.

It will also provide a special occasion for retracing over twenty years of dialogue, inaugurated by John Paul II, in the region where he spent the dramatic war years and where he discovered the art of dialogue through the acquaintance of a Jewish friend. It was probably in the years spent in Krakow that he developed the intuition that would come about in Assisi and lead to the historic World Day of Prayer and Fasting for Peace on October 27, 1986: an appeal to the God of all religions on the planet so that He grants peace to a world marked by profound injuries of division and war.

 

The tragic memories 70 years after the start of the Second World War and the twentieth anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall and of the communist regimes in Eastern Europe are at the root of the decision by Stanislao Dziwisz, former secretary of John Paul II, Cardinal Archbishop of Krakow, and by the Community of Sant’Egidio to revive the Spirit of Assisi, from Krakow to the rest of the world. 

  

In hard times of economic crisis and regional conflicts, which create uncertainty, fear and confusion in the generations of our world, religions will garner, through dialogue, the spiritual energy needed for a world without vision and therefore without a future.


More than ten cardinals will be present: aside from cardinal Dziwisz, cardinals Rylko, Sandri, Sepe, Sistach, Poupard, Glemp, Macharski, Shirayanagi, McCarrick and patriarch of the Melkite Greek Catholic Church of Antioch, Gregorios III Laham, will be there.

From the several Orthodox Churches and ancient Eastern Churches, there will be two witnesses of the suffereing in the Middle East and Africa, His Holiness Karekine II, Supreme Patriarch and Catholicos of all Armenians, and His Holiness Abuna Paulos, Patriarch of the Ethiopian Orthodox Church, who spent seven years in prison. There will also be a witness to the last inter-religious meeting, His Beatitude Chyrysostomos II, Archbishop of New Justina and of all of Cyprus.


Participation from different parts of the world will be ample and dynamic with representatives of International Christian Communions, of international Christian organizations and of other great world religions. From the Reverend Dr. Ishmael Noko, Secretary-General of World Lutheran Federation to the Chief Rabbi of Israel, Yona Metzger, to Shear-Yashuv Cohen, Chief Rabbi of Haifa, together with an appreciable Muslim presence, from Indonesia, India, Egypt, Morocco, Turkey, Lebanon, Ivory Coast, Qatar as well as noteworthy representatives of Buddhism and Hinduism.

And finally there will be many international authorities and heads of state: from Cyprus to Costa Rica, from Albania to East Timor, to Poland and Uganda. Another important sign of a multi-polar world.

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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] => 903,[itemID] => ,[queryString] => Array ([text] => 149,[from] => 0)),[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] => Cracovia 2009,[flag] => it.gif),[1] => Array ([iso639_1] => en,[languageName] => ENGLISH,[nativeName] => ENGLISH,[title] => Krakow 2009,[flag] => gb.gif),[2] => Array ([iso639_1] => es,[languageName] => CASTELLANO,[nativeName] => CASTELLANO,[title] => Cracovia 2009,[flag] => es.gif),[3] => Array ([iso639_1] => de,[languageName] => DEUTSCH,[nativeName] => DEUTSCH,[title] => Krakau 2009,[flag] => de.gif),[4] => Array ([iso639_1] => fr,[languageName] => FRANÇAIS,[nativeName] => FRANÇAIS,[title] => Cracovie 2009,[flag] => fr.gif),[5] => Array ([iso639_1] => pt,[languageName] => PORTUGUÊS,[nativeName] => PORTUGUÊS,[title] => Cracóvia 2009,[flag] => pt.gif),[6] => Array ([iso639_1] => nl,[languageName] => NEDERLANDS,[nativeName] => NEDERLANDS,[title] => Krakau 2009,[flag] => nl.gif))),[subsection] => Array ([ID] => 903,[parent] => -2-,[path] => Array ([0] => Array ([ID] => 903,[langID] => en,[name] => Krakow 2009,[title] => ,[link] => ,[visible] => 1),[1] => Array ([ID] => 2,[langID] => en,[name] => ARCHIVE,[title] => ,[link] => ,[visible] => 1),[2] => Array ([ID] => 30660,[langID] => en,[name] => Bologna 2018,[title] => ,[link] => ,[visible] => 1)),[feed] => ,[geoRefer] => ,[treatAsNews] => ,[startDate] => 0,[event] => 0,[endDate] => 0,[tags] => Array ([ids] => 335_2,337_2,339_2,351_2,327_2,[keywords] => Array ([0] => Prayer for Peace,[1] => Dialogue,[2] => Ecumenism,[3] => Krakow,[4] => Spirit of Assisi)),[relItemId] => ,[name] => Krakow 2009,[description] => ,[companyName] => COMMUNITY OF SANT'EGIDIO,[logo] => cracovia_2009_logo_prov.jpg,[title] => ,[pretitle] => ,[subtitle] => ,[link] => ,[visible] => 1,[image] => ,[icon] => ,[imageTitle] => ,[langID] => en,[cntyID] => en),[contents] => Array ([cDx] => Array ([langID] => en,[cntyID] => en,[body] =>

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Krakow, September 6 - 8


Leaders of the world’s great religions, heads of state and men and women of culture will gather in Krakow from September 6 to 8 upon the invitation of the Community of Sant’Egidio and Cardinal Stanislao Dziwisz.

The “spirit of Assisi” returns to Poland, this time to the native city of John Paul II, where the great pope got his cultural, humanistic and spiritual training.

The religious leaders thus agreed to meet at a crossroads of European history, paving the way for a pilgrimage, unprecedented in size and representation, to the Auschwitz-Birkenau death camp, as a token of reconciliation and peace and a symbol of a radical rejection of violence and war as a way of solving international conflicts.

It will also provide a special occasion for retracing over twenty years of dialogue, inaugurated by John Paul II, in the region where he spent the dramatic war years and where he discovered the art of dialogue through the acquaintance of a Jewish friend. It was probably in the years spent in Krakow that he developed the intuition that would come about in Assisi and lead to the historic World Day of Prayer and Fasting for Peace on October 27, 1986: an appeal to the God of all religions on the planet so that He grants peace to a world marked by profound injuries of division and war.

 

The tragic memories 70 years after the start of the Second World War and the twentieth anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall and of the communist regimes in Eastern Europe are at the root of the decision by Stanislao Dziwisz, former secretary of John Paul II, Cardinal Archbishop of Krakow, and by the Community of Sant’Egidio to revive the Spirit of Assisi, from Krakow to the rest of the world. 

  

In hard times of economic crisis and regional conflicts, which create uncertainty, fear and confusion in the generations of our world, religions will garner, through dialogue, the spiritual energy needed for a world without vision and therefore without a future.


More than ten cardinals will be present: aside from cardinal Dziwisz, cardinals Rylko, Sandri, Sepe, Sistach, Poupard, Glemp, Macharski, Shirayanagi, McCarrick and patriarch of the Melkite Greek Catholic Church of Antioch, Gregorios III Laham, will be there.

From the several Orthodox Churches and ancient Eastern Churches, there will be two witnesses of the suffereing in the Middle East and Africa, His Holiness Karekine II, Supreme Patriarch and Catholicos of all Armenians, and His Holiness Abuna Paulos, Patriarch of the Ethiopian Orthodox Church, who spent seven years in prison. There will also be a witness to the last inter-religious meeting, His Beatitude Chyrysostomos II, Archbishop of New Justina and of all of Cyprus.


Participation from different parts of the world will be ample and dynamic with representatives of International Christian Communions, of international Christian organizations and of other great world religions. From the Reverend Dr. Ishmael Noko, Secretary-General of World Lutheran Federation to the Chief Rabbi of Israel, Yona Metzger, to Shear-Yashuv Cohen, Chief Rabbi of Haifa, together with an appreciable Muslim presence, from Indonesia, India, Egypt, Morocco, Turkey, Lebanon, Ivory Coast, Qatar as well as noteworthy representatives of Buddhism and Hinduism.

And finally there will be many international authorities and heads of state: from Cyprus to Costa Rica, from Albania to East Timor, to Poland and Uganda. Another important sign of a multi-polar world.

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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]
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#4 FSnet_templateBootstrap->getHeadAddons() called at [/home/segidio/www/santegidio.org/FSnetInc/classes/FSnet_templateBootstrap.fsnet:117]
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Krakow, September 6 - 8


Leaders of the world’s great religions, heads of state and men and women of culture will gather in Krakow from September 6 to 8 upon the invitation of the Community of Sant’Egidio and Cardinal Stanislao Dziwisz.

The “spirit of Assisi” returns to Poland, this time to the native city of John Paul II, where the great pope got his cultural, humanistic and spiritual training.

The religious leaders thus agreed to meet at a crossroads of European history, paving the way for a pilgrimage, unprecedented in size and representation, to the Auschwitz-Birkenau death camp, as a token of reconciliation and peace and a symbol of a radical rejection of violence and war as a way of solving international conflicts.

It will also provide a special occasion for retracing over twenty years of dialogue, inaugurated by John Paul II, in the region where he spent the dramatic war years and where he discovered the art of dialogue through the acquaintance of a Jewish friend. It was probably in the years spent in Krakow that he developed the intuition that would come about in Assisi and lead to the historic World Day of Prayer and Fasting for Peace on October 27, 1986: an appeal to the God of all religions on the planet so that He grants peace to a world marked by profound injuries of division and war.

 

The tragic memories 70 years after the start of the Second World War and the twentieth anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall and of the communist regimes in Eastern Europe are at the root of the decision by Stanislao Dziwisz, former secretary of John Paul II, Cardinal Archbishop of Krakow, and by the Community of Sant’Egidio to revive the Spirit of Assisi, from Krakow to the rest of the world. 

  

In hard times of economic crisis and regional conflicts, which create uncertainty, fear and confusion in the generations of our world, religions will garner, through dialogue, the spiritual energy needed for a world without vision and therefore without a future.


More than ten cardinals will be present: aside from cardinal Dziwisz, cardinals Rylko, Sandri, Sepe, Sistach, Poupard, Glemp, Macharski, Shirayanagi, McCarrick and patriarch of the Melkite Greek Catholic Church of Antioch, Gregorios III Laham, will be there.

From the several Orthodox Churches and ancient Eastern Churches, there will be two witnesses of the suffereing in the Middle East and Africa, His Holiness Karekine II, Supreme Patriarch and Catholicos of all Armenians, and His Holiness Abuna Paulos, Patriarch of the Ethiopian Orthodox Church, who spent seven years in prison. There will also be a witness to the last inter-religious meeting, His Beatitude Chyrysostomos II, Archbishop of New Justina and of all of Cyprus.


Participation from different parts of the world will be ample and dynamic with representatives of International Christian Communions, of international Christian organizations and of other great world religions. From the Reverend Dr. Ishmael Noko, Secretary-General of World Lutheran Federation to the Chief Rabbi of Israel, Yona Metzger, to Shear-Yashuv Cohen, Chief Rabbi of Haifa, together with an appreciable Muslim presence, from Indonesia, India, Egypt, Morocco, Turkey, Lebanon, Ivory Coast, Qatar as well as noteworthy representatives of Buddhism and Hinduism.

And finally there will be many international authorities and heads of state: from Cyprus to Costa Rica, from Albania to East Timor, to Poland and Uganda. Another important sign of a multi-polar world.

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Krakow, September 6 - 8


Leaders of the world’s great religions, heads of state and men and women of culture will gather in Krakow from September 6 to 8 upon the invitation of the Community of Sant’Egidio and Cardinal Stanislao Dziwisz.

The “spirit of Assisi” returns to Poland, this time to the native city of John Paul II, where the great pope got his cultural, humanistic and spiritual training.

The religious leaders thus agreed to meet at a crossroads of European history, paving the way for a pilgrimage, unprecedented in size and representation, to the Auschwitz-Birkenau death camp, as a token of reconciliation and peace and a symbol of a radical rejection of violence and war as a way of solving international conflicts.

It will also provide a special occasion for retracing over twenty years of dialogue, inaugurated by John Paul II, in the region where he spent the dramatic war years and where he discovered the art of dialogue through the acquaintance of a Jewish friend. It was probably in the years spent in Krakow that he developed the intuition that would come about in Assisi and lead to the historic World Day of Prayer and Fasting for Peace on October 27, 1986: an appeal to the God of all religions on the planet so that He grants peace to a world marked by profound injuries of division and war.

 

The tragic memories 70 years after the start of the Second World War and the twentieth anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall and of the communist regimes in Eastern Europe are at the root of the decision by Stanislao Dziwisz, former secretary of John Paul II, Cardinal Archbishop of Krakow, and by the Community of Sant’Egidio to revive the Spirit of Assisi, from Krakow to the rest of the world. 

  

In hard times of economic crisis and regional conflicts, which create uncertainty, fear and confusion in the generations of our world, religions will garner, through dialogue, the spiritual energy needed for a world without vision and therefore without a future.


More than ten cardinals will be present: aside from cardinal Dziwisz, cardinals Rylko, Sandri, Sepe, Sistach, Poupard, Glemp, Macharski, Shirayanagi, McCarrick and patriarch of the Melkite Greek Catholic Church of Antioch, Gregorios III Laham, will be there.

From the several Orthodox Churches and ancient Eastern Churches, there will be two witnesses of the suffereing in the Middle East and Africa, His Holiness Karekine II, Supreme Patriarch and Catholicos of all Armenians, and His Holiness Abuna Paulos, Patriarch of the Ethiopian Orthodox Church, who spent seven years in prison. There will also be a witness to the last inter-religious meeting, His Beatitude Chyrysostomos II, Archbishop of New Justina and of all of Cyprus.


Participation from different parts of the world will be ample and dynamic with representatives of International Christian Communions, of international Christian organizations and of other great world religions. From the Reverend Dr. Ishmael Noko, Secretary-General of World Lutheran Federation to the Chief Rabbi of Israel, Yona Metzger, to Shear-Yashuv Cohen, Chief Rabbi of Haifa, together with an appreciable Muslim presence, from Indonesia, India, Egypt, Morocco, Turkey, Lebanon, Ivory Coast, Qatar as well as noteworthy representatives of Buddhism and Hinduism.

And finally there will be many international authorities and heads of state: from Cyprus to Costa Rica, from Albania to East Timor, to Poland and Uganda. Another important sign of a multi-polar world.

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Krakow, September 6 - 8


Leaders of the world’s great religions, heads of state and men and women of culture will gather in Krakow from September 6 to 8 upon the invitation of the Community of Sant’Egidio and Cardinal Stanislao Dziwisz.

The “spirit of Assisi” returns to Poland, this time to the native city of John Paul II, where the great pope got his cultural, humanistic and spiritual training.

The religious leaders thus agreed to meet at a crossroads of European history, paving the way for a pilgrimage, unprecedented in size and representation, to the Auschwitz-Birkenau death camp, as a token of reconciliation and peace and a symbol of a radical rejection of violence and war as a way of solving international conflicts.

It will also provide a special occasion for retracing over twenty years of dialogue, inaugurated by John Paul II, in the region where he spent the dramatic war years and where he discovered the art of dialogue through the acquaintance of a Jewish friend. It was probably in the years spent in Krakow that he developed the intuition that would come about in Assisi and lead to the historic World Day of Prayer and Fasting for Peace on October 27, 1986: an appeal to the God of all religions on the planet so that He grants peace to a world marked by profound injuries of division and war.

 

The tragic memories 70 years after the start of the Second World War and the twentieth anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall and of the communist regimes in Eastern Europe are at the root of the decision by Stanislao Dziwisz, former secretary of John Paul II, Cardinal Archbishop of Krakow, and by the Community of Sant’Egidio to revive the Spirit of Assisi, from Krakow to the rest of the world. 

  

In hard times of economic crisis and regional conflicts, which create uncertainty, fear and confusion in the generations of our world, religions will garner, through dialogue, the spiritual energy needed for a world without vision and therefore without a future.


More than ten cardinals will be present: aside from cardinal Dziwisz, cardinals Rylko, Sandri, Sepe, Sistach, Poupard, Glemp, Macharski, Shirayanagi, McCarrick and patriarch of the Melkite Greek Catholic Church of Antioch, Gregorios III Laham, will be there.

From the several Orthodox Churches and ancient Eastern Churches, there will be two witnesses of the suffereing in the Middle East and Africa, His Holiness Karekine II, Supreme Patriarch and Catholicos of all Armenians, and His Holiness Abuna Paulos, Patriarch of the Ethiopian Orthodox Church, who spent seven years in prison. There will also be a witness to the last inter-religious meeting, His Beatitude Chyrysostomos II, Archbishop of New Justina and of all of Cyprus.


Participation from different parts of the world will be ample and dynamic with representatives of International Christian Communions, of international Christian organizations and of other great world religions. From the Reverend Dr. Ishmael Noko, Secretary-General of World Lutheran Federation to the Chief Rabbi of Israel, Yona Metzger, to Shear-Yashuv Cohen, Chief Rabbi of Haifa, together with an appreciable Muslim presence, from Indonesia, India, Egypt, Morocco, Turkey, Lebanon, Ivory Coast, Qatar as well as noteworthy representatives of Buddhism and Hinduism.

And finally there will be many international authorities and heads of state: from Cyprus to Costa Rica, from Albania to East Timor, to Poland and Uganda. Another important sign of a multi-polar world.

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Krakow, September 6 - 8


Leaders of the world’s great religions, heads of state and men and women of culture will gather in Krakow from September 6 to 8 upon the invitation of the Community of Sant’Egidio and Cardinal Stanislao Dziwisz.

The “spirit of Assisi” returns to Poland, this time to the native city of John Paul II, where the great pope got his cultural, humanistic and spiritual training.

The religious leaders thus agreed to meet at a crossroads of European history, paving the way for a pilgrimage, unprecedented in size and representation, to the Auschwitz-Birkenau death camp, as a token of reconciliation and peace and a symbol of a radical rejection of violence and war as a way of solving international conflicts.

It will also provide a special occasion for retracing over twenty years of dialogue, inaugurated by John Paul II, in the region where he spent the dramatic war years and where he discovered the art of dialogue through the acquaintance of a Jewish friend. It was probably in the years spent in Krakow that he developed the intuition that would come about in Assisi and lead to the historic World Day of Prayer and Fasting for Peace on October 27, 1986: an appeal to the God of all religions on the planet so that He grants peace to a world marked by profound injuries of division and war.

 

The tragic memories 70 years after the start of the Second World War and the twentieth anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall and of the communist regimes in Eastern Europe are at the root of the decision by Stanislao Dziwisz, former secretary of John Paul II, Cardinal Archbishop of Krakow, and by the Community of Sant’Egidio to revive the Spirit of Assisi, from Krakow to the rest of the world. 

  

In hard times of economic crisis and regional conflicts, which create uncertainty, fear and confusion in the generations of our world, religions will garner, through dialogue, the spiritual energy needed for a world without vision and therefore without a future.


More than ten cardinals will be present: aside from cardinal Dziwisz, cardinals Rylko, Sandri, Sepe, Sistach, Poupard, Glemp, Macharski, Shirayanagi, McCarrick and patriarch of the Melkite Greek Catholic Church of Antioch, Gregorios III Laham, will be there.

From the several Orthodox Churches and ancient Eastern Churches, there will be two witnesses of the suffereing in the Middle East and Africa, His Holiness Karekine II, Supreme Patriarch and Catholicos of all Armenians, and His Holiness Abuna Paulos, Patriarch of the Ethiopian Orthodox Church, who spent seven years in prison. There will also be a witness to the last inter-religious meeting, His Beatitude Chyrysostomos II, Archbishop of New Justina and of all of Cyprus.


Participation from different parts of the world will be ample and dynamic with representatives of International Christian Communions, of international Christian organizations and of other great world religions. From the Reverend Dr. Ishmael Noko, Secretary-General of World Lutheran Federation to the Chief Rabbi of Israel, Yona Metzger, to Shear-Yashuv Cohen, Chief Rabbi of Haifa, together with an appreciable Muslim presence, from Indonesia, India, Egypt, Morocco, Turkey, Lebanon, Ivory Coast, Qatar as well as noteworthy representatives of Buddhism and Hinduism.

And finally there will be many international authorities and heads of state: from Cyprus to Costa Rica, from Albania to East Timor, to Poland and Uganda. Another important sign of a multi-polar world.

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Krakow, September 6 - 8


Leaders of the world’s great religions, heads of state and men and women of culture will gather in Krakow from September 6 to 8 upon the invitation of the Community of Sant’Egidio and Cardinal Stanislao Dziwisz.

The “spirit of Assisi” returns to Poland, this time to the native city of John Paul II, where the great pope got his cultural, humanistic and spiritual training.

The religious leaders thus agreed to meet at a crossroads of European history, paving the way for a pilgrimage, unprecedented in size and representation, to the Auschwitz-Birkenau death camp, as a token of reconciliation and peace and a symbol of a radical rejection of violence and war as a way of solving international conflicts.

It will also provide a special occasion for retracing over twenty years of dialogue, inaugurated by John Paul II, in the region where he spent the dramatic war years and where he discovered the art of dialogue through the acquaintance of a Jewish friend. It was probably in the years spent in Krakow that he developed the intuition that would come about in Assisi and lead to the historic World Day of Prayer and Fasting for Peace on October 27, 1986: an appeal to the God of all religions on the planet so that He grants peace to a world marked by profound injuries of division and war.

 

The tragic memories 70 years after the start of the Second World War and the twentieth anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall and of the communist regimes in Eastern Europe are at the root of the decision by Stanislao Dziwisz, former secretary of John Paul II, Cardinal Archbishop of Krakow, and by the Community of Sant’Egidio to revive the Spirit of Assisi, from Krakow to the rest of the world. 

  

In hard times of economic crisis and regional conflicts, which create uncertainty, fear and confusion in the generations of our world, religions will garner, through dialogue, the spiritual energy needed for a world without vision and therefore without a future.


More than ten cardinals will be present: aside from cardinal Dziwisz, cardinals Rylko, Sandri, Sepe, Sistach, Poupard, Glemp, Macharski, Shirayanagi, McCarrick and patriarch of the Melkite Greek Catholic Church of Antioch, Gregorios III Laham, will be there.

From the several Orthodox Churches and ancient Eastern Churches, there will be two witnesses of the suffereing in the Middle East and Africa, His Holiness Karekine II, Supreme Patriarch and Catholicos of all Armenians, and His Holiness Abuna Paulos, Patriarch of the Ethiopian Orthodox Church, who spent seven years in prison. There will also be a witness to the last inter-religious meeting, His Beatitude Chyrysostomos II, Archbishop of New Justina and of all of Cyprus.


Participation from different parts of the world will be ample and dynamic with representatives of International Christian Communions, of international Christian organizations and of other great world religions. From the Reverend Dr. Ishmael Noko, Secretary-General of World Lutheran Federation to the Chief Rabbi of Israel, Yona Metzger, to Shear-Yashuv Cohen, Chief Rabbi of Haifa, together with an appreciable Muslim presence, from Indonesia, India, Egypt, Morocco, Turkey, Lebanon, Ivory Coast, Qatar as well as noteworthy representatives of Buddhism and Hinduism.

And finally there will be many international authorities and heads of state: from Cyprus to Costa Rica, from Albania to East Timor, to Poland and Uganda. Another important sign of a multi-polar world.

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FSnetCMS2K12: query on US -> SELECT *
FROM usr__plugins
WHERE uid = :pdoEscapeVal_0 AND
path = :pdoEscapeVal_1
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#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]
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FROM usr__plugins
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#2 FSnet_Goofy::getPluginsStatus() called at [/home/segidio/www/santegidio.org/FSnetInc/classes/FSnet_Goofy.fsnet:1021]
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#4 FSnet_templateBootstrap->getBodyAddons() called at [/home/segidio/www/santegidio.org/FSnetInc/classes/FSnet_templateBootstrap.fsnet:118]
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Krakow, September 6 - 8


Leaders of the world’s great religions, heads of state and men and women of culture will gather in Krakow from September 6 to 8 upon the invitation of the Community of Sant’Egidio and Cardinal Stanislao Dziwisz.

The “spirit of Assisi” returns to Poland, this time to the native city of John Paul II, where the great pope got his cultural, humanistic and spiritual training.

The religious leaders thus agreed to meet at a crossroads of European history, paving the way for a pilgrimage, unprecedented in size and representation, to the Auschwitz-Birkenau death camp, as a token of reconciliation and peace and a symbol of a radical rejection of violence and war as a way of solving international conflicts.

It will also provide a special occasion for retracing over twenty years of dialogue, inaugurated by John Paul II, in the region where he spent the dramatic war years and where he discovered the art of dialogue through the acquaintance of a Jewish friend. It was probably in the years spent in Krakow that he developed the intuition that would come about in Assisi and lead to the historic World Day of Prayer and Fasting for Peace on October 27, 1986: an appeal to the God of all religions on the planet so that He grants peace to a world marked by profound injuries of division and war.

 

The tragic memories 70 years after the start of the Second World War and the twentieth anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall and of the communist regimes in Eastern Europe are at the root of the decision by Stanislao Dziwisz, former secretary of John Paul II, Cardinal Archbishop of Krakow, and by the Community of Sant’Egidio to revive the Spirit of Assisi, from Krakow to the rest of the world. 

  

In hard times of economic crisis and regional conflicts, which create uncertainty, fear and confusion in the generations of our world, religions will garner, through dialogue, the spiritual energy needed for a world without vision and therefore without a future.


More than ten cardinals will be present: aside from cardinal Dziwisz, cardinals Rylko, Sandri, Sepe, Sistach, Poupard, Glemp, Macharski, Shirayanagi, McCarrick and patriarch of the Melkite Greek Catholic Church of Antioch, Gregorios III Laham, will be there.

From the several Orthodox Churches and ancient Eastern Churches, there will be two witnesses of the suffereing in the Middle East and Africa, His Holiness Karekine II, Supreme Patriarch and Catholicos of all Armenians, and His Holiness Abuna Paulos, Patriarch of the Ethiopian Orthodox Church, who spent seven years in prison. There will also be a witness to the last inter-religious meeting, His Beatitude Chyrysostomos II, Archbishop of New Justina and of all of Cyprus.


Participation from different parts of the world will be ample and dynamic with representatives of International Christian Communions, of international Christian organizations and of other great world religions. From the Reverend Dr. Ishmael Noko, Secretary-General of World Lutheran Federation to the Chief Rabbi of Israel, Yona Metzger, to Shear-Yashuv Cohen, Chief Rabbi of Haifa, together with an appreciable Muslim presence, from Indonesia, India, Egypt, Morocco, Turkey, Lebanon, Ivory Coast, Qatar as well as noteworthy representatives of Buddhism and Hinduism.

And finally there will be many international authorities and heads of state: from Cyprus to Costa Rica, from Albania to East Timor, to Poland and Uganda. Another important sign of a multi-polar world.

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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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Krakow, September 6 - 8


Leaders of the world’s great religions, heads of state and men and women of culture will gather in Krakow from September 6 to 8 upon the invitation of the Community of Sant’Egidio and Cardinal Stanislao Dziwisz.

The “spirit of Assisi” returns to Poland, this time to the native city of John Paul II, where the great pope got his cultural, humanistic and spiritual training.

The religious leaders thus agreed to meet at a crossroads of European history, paving the way for a pilgrimage, unprecedented in size and representation, to the Auschwitz-Birkenau death camp, as a token of reconciliation and peace and a symbol of a radical rejection of violence and war as a way of solving international conflicts.

It will also provide a special occasion for retracing over twenty years of dialogue, inaugurated by John Paul II, in the region where he spent the dramatic war years and where he discovered the art of dialogue through the acquaintance of a Jewish friend. It was probably in the years spent in Krakow that he developed the intuition that would come about in Assisi and lead to the historic World Day of Prayer and Fasting for Peace on October 27, 1986: an appeal to the God of all religions on the planet so that He grants peace to a world marked by profound injuries of division and war.

 

The tragic memories 70 years after the start of the Second World War and the twentieth anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall and of the communist regimes in Eastern Europe are at the root of the decision by Stanislao Dziwisz, former secretary of John Paul II, Cardinal Archbishop of Krakow, and by the Community of Sant’Egidio to revive the Spirit of Assisi, from Krakow to the rest of the world. 

  

In hard times of economic crisis and regional conflicts, which create uncertainty, fear and confusion in the generations of our world, religions will garner, through dialogue, the spiritual energy needed for a world without vision and therefore without a future.


More than ten cardinals will be present: aside from cardinal Dziwisz, cardinals Rylko, Sandri, Sepe, Sistach, Poupard, Glemp, Macharski, Shirayanagi, McCarrick and patriarch of the Melkite Greek Catholic Church of Antioch, Gregorios III Laham, will be there.

From the several Orthodox Churches and ancient Eastern Churches, there will be two witnesses of the suffereing in the Middle East and Africa, His Holiness Karekine II, Supreme Patriarch and Catholicos of all Armenians, and His Holiness Abuna Paulos, Patriarch of the Ethiopian Orthodox Church, who spent seven years in prison. There will also be a witness to the last inter-religious meeting, His Beatitude Chyrysostomos II, Archbishop of New Justina and of all of Cyprus.


Participation from different parts of the world will be ample and dynamic with representatives of International Christian Communions, of international Christian organizations and of other great world religions. From the Reverend Dr. Ishmael Noko, Secretary-General of World Lutheran Federation to the Chief Rabbi of Israel, Yona Metzger, to Shear-Yashuv Cohen, Chief Rabbi of Haifa, together with an appreciable Muslim presence, from Indonesia, India, Egypt, Morocco, Turkey, Lebanon, Ivory Coast, Qatar as well as noteworthy representatives of Buddhism and Hinduism.

And finally there will be many international authorities and heads of state: from Cyprus to Costa Rica, from Albania to East Timor, to Poland and Uganda. Another important sign of a multi-polar world.

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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"}
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#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]
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FROM usr__plugins
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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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Krakow, September 6 - 8


Leaders of the world’s great religions, heads of state and men and women of culture will gather in Krakow from September 6 to 8 upon the invitation of the Community of Sant’Egidio and Cardinal Stanislao Dziwisz.

The “spirit of Assisi” returns to Poland, this time to the native city of John Paul II, where the great pope got his cultural, humanistic and spiritual training.

The religious leaders thus agreed to meet at a crossroads of European history, paving the way for a pilgrimage, unprecedented in size and representation, to the Auschwitz-Birkenau death camp, as a token of reconciliation and peace and a symbol of a radical rejection of violence and war as a way of solving international conflicts.

It will also provide a special occasion for retracing over twenty years of dialogue, inaugurated by John Paul II, in the region where he spent the dramatic war years and where he discovered the art of dialogue through the acquaintance of a Jewish friend. It was probably in the years spent in Krakow that he developed the intuition that would come about in Assisi and lead to the historic World Day of Prayer and Fasting for Peace on October 27, 1986: an appeal to the God of all religions on the planet so that He grants peace to a world marked by profound injuries of division and war.

 

The tragic memories 70 years after the start of the Second World War and the twentieth anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall and of the communist regimes in Eastern Europe are at the root of the decision by Stanislao Dziwisz, former secretary of John Paul II, Cardinal Archbishop of Krakow, and by the Community of Sant’Egidio to revive the Spirit of Assisi, from Krakow to the rest of the world. 

  

In hard times of economic crisis and regional conflicts, which create uncertainty, fear and confusion in the generations of our world, religions will garner, through dialogue, the spiritual energy needed for a world without vision and therefore without a future.


More than ten cardinals will be present: aside from cardinal Dziwisz, cardinals Rylko, Sandri, Sepe, Sistach, Poupard, Glemp, Macharski, Shirayanagi, McCarrick and patriarch of the Melkite Greek Catholic Church of Antioch, Gregorios III Laham, will be there.

From the several Orthodox Churches and ancient Eastern Churches, there will be two witnesses of the suffereing in the Middle East and Africa, His Holiness Karekine II, Supreme Patriarch and Catholicos of all Armenians, and His Holiness Abuna Paulos, Patriarch of the Ethiopian Orthodox Church, who spent seven years in prison. There will also be a witness to the last inter-religious meeting, His Beatitude Chyrysostomos II, Archbishop of New Justina and of all of Cyprus.


Participation from different parts of the world will be ample and dynamic with representatives of International Christian Communions, of international Christian organizations and of other great world religions. From the Reverend Dr. Ishmael Noko, Secretary-General of World Lutheran Federation to the Chief Rabbi of Israel, Yona Metzger, to Shear-Yashuv Cohen, Chief Rabbi of Haifa, together with an appreciable Muslim presence, from Indonesia, India, Egypt, Morocco, Turkey, Lebanon, Ivory Coast, Qatar as well as noteworthy representatives of Buddhism and Hinduism.

And finally there will be many international authorities and heads of state: from Cyprus to Costa Rica, from Albania to East Timor, to Poland and Uganda. Another important sign of a multi-polar world.

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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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Krakow, September 6 - 8


Leaders of the world’s great religions, heads of state and men and women of culture will gather in Krakow from September 6 to 8 upon the invitation of the Community of Sant’Egidio and Cardinal Stanislao Dziwisz.

The “spirit of Assisi” returns to Poland, this time to the native city of John Paul II, where the great pope got his cultural, humanistic and spiritual training.

The religious leaders thus agreed to meet at a crossroads of European history, paving the way for a pilgrimage, unprecedented in size and representation, to the Auschwitz-Birkenau death camp, as a token of reconciliation and peace and a symbol of a radical rejection of violence and war as a way of solving international conflicts.

It will also provide a special occasion for retracing over twenty years of dialogue, inaugurated by John Paul II, in the region where he spent the dramatic war years and where he discovered the art of dialogue through the acquaintance of a Jewish friend. It was probably in the years spent in Krakow that he developed the intuition that would come about in Assisi and lead to the historic World Day of Prayer and Fasting for Peace on October 27, 1986: an appeal to the God of all religions on the planet so that He grants peace to a world marked by profound injuries of division and war.

 

The tragic memories 70 years after the start of the Second World War and the twentieth anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall and of the communist regimes in Eastern Europe are at the root of the decision by Stanislao Dziwisz, former secretary of John Paul II, Cardinal Archbishop of Krakow, and by the Community of Sant’Egidio to revive the Spirit of Assisi, from Krakow to the rest of the world. 

  

In hard times of economic crisis and regional conflicts, which create uncertainty, fear and confusion in the generations of our world, religions will garner, through dialogue, the spiritual energy needed for a world without vision and therefore without a future.


More than ten cardinals will be present: aside from cardinal Dziwisz, cardinals Rylko, Sandri, Sepe, Sistach, Poupard, Glemp, Macharski, Shirayanagi, McCarrick and patriarch of the Melkite Greek Catholic Church of Antioch, Gregorios III Laham, will be there.

From the several Orthodox Churches and ancient Eastern Churches, there will be two witnesses of the suffereing in the Middle East and Africa, His Holiness Karekine II, Supreme Patriarch and Catholicos of all Armenians, and His Holiness Abuna Paulos, Patriarch of the Ethiopian Orthodox Church, who spent seven years in prison. There will also be a witness to the last inter-religious meeting, His Beatitude Chyrysostomos II, Archbishop of New Justina and of all of Cyprus.


Participation from different parts of the world will be ample and dynamic with representatives of International Christian Communions, of international Christian organizations and of other great world religions. From the Reverend Dr. Ishmael Noko, Secretary-General of World Lutheran Federation to the Chief Rabbi of Israel, Yona Metzger, to Shear-Yashuv Cohen, Chief Rabbi of Haifa, together with an appreciable Muslim presence, from Indonesia, India, Egypt, Morocco, Turkey, Lebanon, Ivory Coast, Qatar as well as noteworthy representatives of Buddhism and Hinduism.

And finally there will be many international authorities and heads of state: from Cyprus to Costa Rica, from Albania to East Timor, to Poland and Uganda. Another important sign of a multi-polar world.

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FSnetCMS2K12: query on US -> SELECT *
FROM usr__plugins
WHERE uid = :pdoEscapeVal_0 AND
path = :pdoEscapeVal_1
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#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]
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FROM usr__plugins
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#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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Krakow, September 6 - 8


Leaders of the world’s great religions, heads of state and men and women of culture will gather in Krakow from September 6 to 8 upon the invitation of the Community of Sant’Egidio and Cardinal Stanislao Dziwisz.

The “spirit of Assisi” returns to Poland, this time to the native city of John Paul II, where the great pope got his cultural, humanistic and spiritual training.

The religious leaders thus agreed to meet at a crossroads of European history, paving the way for a pilgrimage, unprecedented in size and representation, to the Auschwitz-Birkenau death camp, as a token of reconciliation and peace and a symbol of a radical rejection of violence and war as a way of solving international conflicts.

It will also provide a special occasion for retracing over twenty years of dialogue, inaugurated by John Paul II, in the region where he spent the dramatic war years and where he discovered the art of dialogue through the acquaintance of a Jewish friend. It was probably in the years spent in Krakow that he developed the intuition that would come about in Assisi and lead to the historic World Day of Prayer and Fasting for Peace on October 27, 1986: an appeal to the God of all religions on the planet so that He grants peace to a world marked by profound injuries of division and war.

 

The tragic memories 70 years after the start of the Second World War and the twentieth anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall and of the communist regimes in Eastern Europe are at the root of the decision by Stanislao Dziwisz, former secretary of John Paul II, Cardinal Archbishop of Krakow, and by the Community of Sant’Egidio to revive the Spirit of Assisi, from Krakow to the rest of the world. 

  

In hard times of economic crisis and regional conflicts, which create uncertainty, fear and confusion in the generations of our world, religions will garner, through dialogue, the spiritual energy needed for a world without vision and therefore without a future.


More than ten cardinals will be present: aside from cardinal Dziwisz, cardinals Rylko, Sandri, Sepe, Sistach, Poupard, Glemp, Macharski, Shirayanagi, McCarrick and patriarch of the Melkite Greek Catholic Church of Antioch, Gregorios III Laham, will be there.

From the several Orthodox Churches and ancient Eastern Churches, there will be two witnesses of the suffereing in the Middle East and Africa, His Holiness Karekine II, Supreme Patriarch and Catholicos of all Armenians, and His Holiness Abuna Paulos, Patriarch of the Ethiopian Orthodox Church, who spent seven years in prison. There will also be a witness to the last inter-religious meeting, His Beatitude Chyrysostomos II, Archbishop of New Justina and of all of Cyprus.


Participation from different parts of the world will be ample and dynamic with representatives of International Christian Communions, of international Christian organizations and of other great world religions. From the Reverend Dr. Ishmael Noko, Secretary-General of World Lutheran Federation to the Chief Rabbi of Israel, Yona Metzger, to Shear-Yashuv Cohen, Chief Rabbi of Haifa, together with an appreciable Muslim presence, from Indonesia, India, Egypt, Morocco, Turkey, Lebanon, Ivory Coast, Qatar as well as noteworthy representatives of Buddhism and Hinduism.

And finally there will be many international authorities and heads of state: from Cyprus to Costa Rica, from Albania to East Timor, to Poland and Uganda. Another important sign of a multi-polar world.

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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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Krakow, September 6 - 8


Leaders of the world’s great religions, heads of state and men and women of culture will gather in Krakow from September 6 to 8 upon the invitation of the Community of Sant’Egidio and Cardinal Stanislao Dziwisz.

The “spirit of Assisi” returns to Poland, this time to the native city of John Paul II, where the great pope got his cultural, humanistic and spiritual training.

The religious leaders thus agreed to meet at a crossroads of European history, paving the way for a pilgrimage, unprecedented in size and representation, to the Auschwitz-Birkenau death camp, as a token of reconciliation and peace and a symbol of a radical rejection of violence and war as a way of solving international conflicts.

It will also provide a special occasion for retracing over twenty years of dialogue, inaugurated by John Paul II, in the region where he spent the dramatic war years and where he discovered the art of dialogue through the acquaintance of a Jewish friend. It was probably in the years spent in Krakow that he developed the intuition that would come about in Assisi and lead to the historic World Day of Prayer and Fasting for Peace on October 27, 1986: an appeal to the God of all religions on the planet so that He grants peace to a world marked by profound injuries of division and war.

 

The tragic memories 70 years after the start of the Second World War and the twentieth anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall and of the communist regimes in Eastern Europe are at the root of the decision by Stanislao Dziwisz, former secretary of John Paul II, Cardinal Archbishop of Krakow, and by the Community of Sant’Egidio to revive the Spirit of Assisi, from Krakow to the rest of the world. 

  

In hard times of economic crisis and regional conflicts, which create uncertainty, fear and confusion in the generations of our world, religions will garner, through dialogue, the spiritual energy needed for a world without vision and therefore without a future.


More than ten cardinals will be present: aside from cardinal Dziwisz, cardinals Rylko, Sandri, Sepe, Sistach, Poupard, Glemp, Macharski, Shirayanagi, McCarrick and patriarch of the Melkite Greek Catholic Church of Antioch, Gregorios III Laham, will be there.

From the several Orthodox Churches and ancient Eastern Churches, there will be two witnesses of the suffereing in the Middle East and Africa, His Holiness Karekine II, Supreme Patriarch and Catholicos of all Armenians, and His Holiness Abuna Paulos, Patriarch of the Ethiopian Orthodox Church, who spent seven years in prison. There will also be a witness to the last inter-religious meeting, His Beatitude Chyrysostomos II, Archbishop of New Justina and of all of Cyprus.


Participation from different parts of the world will be ample and dynamic with representatives of International Christian Communions, of international Christian organizations and of other great world religions. From the Reverend Dr. Ishmael Noko, Secretary-General of World Lutheran Federation to the Chief Rabbi of Israel, Yona Metzger, to Shear-Yashuv Cohen, Chief Rabbi of Haifa, together with an appreciable Muslim presence, from Indonesia, India, Egypt, Morocco, Turkey, Lebanon, Ivory Coast, Qatar as well as noteworthy representatives of Buddhism and Hinduism.

And finally there will be many international authorities and heads of state: from Cyprus to Costa Rica, from Albania to East Timor, to Poland and Uganda. Another important sign of a multi-polar world.

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Krakow, September 6 - 8


Leaders of the world’s great religions, heads of state and men and women of culture will gather in Krakow from September 6 to 8 upon the invitation of the Community of Sant’Egidio and Cardinal Stanislao Dziwisz.

The “spirit of Assisi” returns to Poland, this time to the native city of John Paul II, where the great pope got his cultural, humanistic and spiritual training.

The religious leaders thus agreed to meet at a crossroads of European history, paving the way for a pilgrimage, unprecedented in size and representation, to the Auschwitz-Birkenau death camp, as a token of reconciliation and peace and a symbol of a radical rejection of violence and war as a way of solving international conflicts.

It will also provide a special occasion for retracing over twenty years of dialogue, inaugurated by John Paul II, in the region where he spent the dramatic war years and where he discovered the art of dialogue through the acquaintance of a Jewish friend. It was probably in the years spent in Krakow that he developed the intuition that would come about in Assisi and lead to the historic World Day of Prayer and Fasting for Peace on October 27, 1986: an appeal to the God of all religions on the planet so that He grants peace to a world marked by profound injuries of division and war.

 

The tragic memories 70 years after the start of the Second World War and the twentieth anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall and of the communist regimes in Eastern Europe are at the root of the decision by Stanislao Dziwisz, former secretary of John Paul II, Cardinal Archbishop of Krakow, and by the Community of Sant’Egidio to revive the Spirit of Assisi, from Krakow to the rest of the world. 

  

In hard times of economic crisis and regional conflicts, which create uncertainty, fear and confusion in the generations of our world, religions will garner, through dialogue, the spiritual energy needed for a world without vision and therefore without a future.


More than ten cardinals will be present: aside from cardinal Dziwisz, cardinals Rylko, Sandri, Sepe, Sistach, Poupard, Glemp, Macharski, Shirayanagi, McCarrick and patriarch of the Melkite Greek Catholic Church of Antioch, Gregorios III Laham, will be there.

From the several Orthodox Churches and ancient Eastern Churches, there will be two witnesses of the suffereing in the Middle East and Africa, His Holiness Karekine II, Supreme Patriarch and Catholicos of all Armenians, and His Holiness Abuna Paulos, Patriarch of the Ethiopian Orthodox Church, who spent seven years in prison. There will also be a witness to the last inter-religious meeting, His Beatitude Chyrysostomos II, Archbishop of New Justina and of all of Cyprus.


Participation from different parts of the world will be ample and dynamic with representatives of International Christian Communions, of international Christian organizations and of other great world religions. From the Reverend Dr. Ishmael Noko, Secretary-General of World Lutheran Federation to the Chief Rabbi of Israel, Yona Metzger, to Shear-Yashuv Cohen, Chief Rabbi of Haifa, together with an appreciable Muslim presence, from Indonesia, India, Egypt, Morocco, Turkey, Lebanon, Ivory Coast, Qatar as well as noteworthy representatives of Buddhism and Hinduism.

And finally there will be many international authorities and heads of state: from Cyprus to Costa Rica, from Albania to East Timor, to Poland and Uganda. Another important sign of a multi-polar world.

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Krakow, September 6 - 8


Leaders of the world’s great religions, heads of state and men and women of culture will gather in Krakow from September 6 to 8 upon the invitation of the Community of Sant’Egidio and Cardinal Stanislao Dziwisz.

The “spirit of Assisi” returns to Poland, this time to the native city of John Paul II, where the great pope got his cultural, humanistic and spiritual training.

The religious leaders thus agreed to meet at a crossroads of European history, paving the way for a pilgrimage, unprecedented in size and representation, to the Auschwitz-Birkenau death camp, as a token of reconciliation and peace and a symbol of a radical rejection of violence and war as a way of solving international conflicts.

It will also provide a special occasion for retracing over twenty years of dialogue, inaugurated by John Paul II, in the region where he spent the dramatic war years and where he discovered the art of dialogue through the acquaintance of a Jewish friend. It was probably in the years spent in Krakow that he developed the intuition that would come about in Assisi and lead to the historic World Day of Prayer and Fasting for Peace on October 27, 1986: an appeal to the God of all religions on the planet so that He grants peace to a world marked by profound injuries of division and war.

 

The tragic memories 70 years after the start of the Second World War and the twentieth anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall and of the communist regimes in Eastern Europe are at the root of the decision by Stanislao Dziwisz, former secretary of John Paul II, Cardinal Archbishop of Krakow, and by the Community of Sant’Egidio to revive the Spirit of Assisi, from Krakow to the rest of the world. 

  

In hard times of economic crisis and regional conflicts, which create uncertainty, fear and confusion in the generations of our world, religions will garner, through dialogue, the spiritual energy needed for a world without vision and therefore without a future.


More than ten cardinals will be present: aside from cardinal Dziwisz, cardinals Rylko, Sandri, Sepe, Sistach, Poupard, Glemp, Macharski, Shirayanagi, McCarrick and patriarch of the Melkite Greek Catholic Church of Antioch, Gregorios III Laham, will be there.

From the several Orthodox Churches and ancient Eastern Churches, there will be two witnesses of the suffereing in the Middle East and Africa, His Holiness Karekine II, Supreme Patriarch and Catholicos of all Armenians, and His Holiness Abuna Paulos, Patriarch of the Ethiopian Orthodox Church, who spent seven years in prison. There will also be a witness to the last inter-religious meeting, His Beatitude Chyrysostomos II, Archbishop of New Justina and of all of Cyprus.


Participation from different parts of the world will be ample and dynamic with representatives of International Christian Communions, of international Christian organizations and of other great world religions. From the Reverend Dr. Ishmael Noko, Secretary-General of World Lutheran Federation to the Chief Rabbi of Israel, Yona Metzger, to Shear-Yashuv Cohen, Chief Rabbi of Haifa, together with an appreciable Muslim presence, from Indonesia, India, Egypt, Morocco, Turkey, Lebanon, Ivory Coast, Qatar as well as noteworthy representatives of Buddhism and Hinduism.

And finally there will be many international authorities and heads of state: from Cyprus to Costa Rica, from Albania to East Timor, to Poland and Uganda. Another important sign of a multi-polar world.

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Krakow, September 6 - 8


Leaders of the world’s great religions, heads of state and men and women of culture will gather in Krakow from September 6 to 8 upon the invitation of the Community of Sant’Egidio and Cardinal Stanislao Dziwisz.

The “spirit of Assisi” returns to Poland, this time to the native city of John Paul II, where the great pope got his cultural, humanistic and spiritual training.

The religious leaders thus agreed to meet at a crossroads of European history, paving the way for a pilgrimage, unprecedented in size and representation, to the Auschwitz-Birkenau death camp, as a token of reconciliation and peace and a symbol of a radical rejection of violence and war as a way of solving international conflicts.

It will also provide a special occasion for retracing over twenty years of dialogue, inaugurated by John Paul II, in the region where he spent the dramatic war years and where he discovered the art of dialogue through the acquaintance of a Jewish friend. It was probably in the years spent in Krakow that he developed the intuition that would come about in Assisi and lead to the historic World Day of Prayer and Fasting for Peace on October 27, 1986: an appeal to the God of all religions on the planet so that He grants peace to a world marked by profound injuries of division and war.

 

The tragic memories 70 years after the start of the Second World War and the twentieth anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall and of the communist regimes in Eastern Europe are at the root of the decision by Stanislao Dziwisz, former secretary of John Paul II, Cardinal Archbishop of Krakow, and by the Community of Sant’Egidio to revive the Spirit of Assisi, from Krakow to the rest of the world. 

  

In hard times of economic crisis and regional conflicts, which create uncertainty, fear and confusion in the generations of our world, religions will garner, through dialogue, the spiritual energy needed for a world without vision and therefore without a future.


More than ten cardinals will be present: aside from cardinal Dziwisz, cardinals Rylko, Sandri, Sepe, Sistach, Poupard, Glemp, Macharski, Shirayanagi, McCarrick and patriarch of the Melkite Greek Catholic Church of Antioch, Gregorios III Laham, will be there.

From the several Orthodox Churches and ancient Eastern Churches, there will be two witnesses of the suffereing in the Middle East and Africa, His Holiness Karekine II, Supreme Patriarch and Catholicos of all Armenians, and His Holiness Abuna Paulos, Patriarch of the Ethiopian Orthodox Church, who spent seven years in prison. There will also be a witness to the last inter-religious meeting, His Beatitude Chyrysostomos II, Archbishop of New Justina and of all of Cyprus.


Participation from different parts of the world will be ample and dynamic with representatives of International Christian Communions, of international Christian organizations and of other great world religions. From the Reverend Dr. Ishmael Noko, Secretary-General of World Lutheran Federation to the Chief Rabbi of Israel, Yona Metzger, to Shear-Yashuv Cohen, Chief Rabbi of Haifa, together with an appreciable Muslim presence, from Indonesia, India, Egypt, Morocco, Turkey, Lebanon, Ivory Coast, Qatar as well as noteworthy representatives of Buddhism and Hinduism.

And finally there will be many international authorities and heads of state: from Cyprus to Costa Rica, from Albania to East Timor, to Poland and Uganda. Another important sign of a multi-polar world.

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Krakow, September 6 - 8


Leaders of the world’s great religions, heads of state and men and women of culture will gather in Krakow from September 6 to 8 upon the invitation of the Community of Sant’Egidio and Cardinal Stanislao Dziwisz.

The “spirit of Assisi” returns to Poland, this time to the native city of John Paul II, where the great pope got his cultural, humanistic and spiritual training.

The religious leaders thus agreed to meet at a crossroads of European history, paving the way for a pilgrimage, unprecedented in size and representation, to the Auschwitz-Birkenau death camp, as a token of reconciliation and peace and a symbol of a radical rejection of violence and war as a way of solving international conflicts.

It will also provide a special occasion for retracing over twenty years of dialogue, inaugurated by John Paul II, in the region where he spent the dramatic war years and where he discovered the art of dialogue through the acquaintance of a Jewish friend. It was probably in the years spent in Krakow that he developed the intuition that would come about in Assisi and lead to the historic World Day of Prayer and Fasting for Peace on October 27, 1986: an appeal to the God of all religions on the planet so that He grants peace to a world marked by profound injuries of division and war.

 

The tragic memories 70 years after the start of the Second World War and the twentieth anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall and of the communist regimes in Eastern Europe are at the root of the decision by Stanislao Dziwisz, former secretary of John Paul II, Cardinal Archbishop of Krakow, and by the Community of Sant’Egidio to revive the Spirit of Assisi, from Krakow to the rest of the world. 

  

In hard times of economic crisis and regional conflicts, which create uncertainty, fear and confusion in the generations of our world, religions will garner, through dialogue, the spiritual energy needed for a world without vision and therefore without a future.


More than ten cardinals will be present: aside from cardinal Dziwisz, cardinals Rylko, Sandri, Sepe, Sistach, Poupard, Glemp, Macharski, Shirayanagi, McCarrick and patriarch of the Melkite Greek Catholic Church of Antioch, Gregorios III Laham, will be there.

From the several Orthodox Churches and ancient Eastern Churches, there will be two witnesses of the suffereing in the Middle East and Africa, His Holiness Karekine II, Supreme Patriarch and Catholicos of all Armenians, and His Holiness Abuna Paulos, Patriarch of the Ethiopian Orthodox Church, who spent seven years in prison. There will also be a witness to the last inter-religious meeting, His Beatitude Chyrysostomos II, Archbishop of New Justina and of all of Cyprus.


Participation from different parts of the world will be ample and dynamic with representatives of International Christian Communions, of international Christian organizations and of other great world religions. From the Reverend Dr. Ishmael Noko, Secretary-General of World Lutheran Federation to the Chief Rabbi of Israel, Yona Metzger, to Shear-Yashuv Cohen, Chief Rabbi of Haifa, together with an appreciable Muslim presence, from Indonesia, India, Egypt, Morocco, Turkey, Lebanon, Ivory Coast, Qatar as well as noteworthy representatives of Buddhism and Hinduism.

And finally there will be many international authorities and heads of state: from Cyprus to Costa Rica, from Albania to East Timor, to Poland and Uganda. Another important sign of a multi-polar world.

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Krakow, September 6 - 8


Leaders of the world’s great religions, heads of state and men and women of culture will gather in Krakow from September 6 to 8 upon the invitation of the Community of Sant’Egidio and Cardinal Stanislao Dziwisz.

The “spirit of Assisi” returns to Poland, this time to the native city of John Paul II, where the great pope got his cultural, humanistic and spiritual training.

The religious leaders thus agreed to meet at a crossroads of European history, paving the way for a pilgrimage, unprecedented in size and representation, to the Auschwitz-Birkenau death camp, as a token of reconciliation and peace and a symbol of a radical rejection of violence and war as a way of solving international conflicts.

It will also provide a special occasion for retracing over twenty years of dialogue, inaugurated by John Paul II, in the region where he spent the dramatic war years and where he discovered the art of dialogue through the acquaintance of a Jewish friend. It was probably in the years spent in Krakow that he developed the intuition that would come about in Assisi and lead to the historic World Day of Prayer and Fasting for Peace on October 27, 1986: an appeal to the God of all religions on the planet so that He grants peace to a world marked by profound injuries of division and war.

 

The tragic memories 70 years after the start of the Second World War and the twentieth anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall and of the communist regimes in Eastern Europe are at the root of the decision by Stanislao Dziwisz, former secretary of John Paul II, Cardinal Archbishop of Krakow, and by the Community of Sant’Egidio to revive the Spirit of Assisi, from Krakow to the rest of the world. 

  

In hard times of economic crisis and regional conflicts, which create uncertainty, fear and confusion in the generations of our world, religions will garner, through dialogue, the spiritual energy needed for a world without vision and therefore without a future.


More than ten cardinals will be present: aside from cardinal Dziwisz, cardinals Rylko, Sandri, Sepe, Sistach, Poupard, Glemp, Macharski, Shirayanagi, McCarrick and patriarch of the Melkite Greek Catholic Church of Antioch, Gregorios III Laham, will be there.

From the several Orthodox Churches and ancient Eastern Churches, there will be two witnesses of the suffereing in the Middle East and Africa, His Holiness Karekine II, Supreme Patriarch and Catholicos of all Armenians, and His Holiness Abuna Paulos, Patriarch of the Ethiopian Orthodox Church, who spent seven years in prison. There will also be a witness to the last inter-religious meeting, His Beatitude Chyrysostomos II, Archbishop of New Justina and of all of Cyprus.


Participation from different parts of the world will be ample and dynamic with representatives of International Christian Communions, of international Christian organizations and of other great world religions. From the Reverend Dr. Ishmael Noko, Secretary-General of World Lutheran Federation to the Chief Rabbi of Israel, Yona Metzger, to Shear-Yashuv Cohen, Chief Rabbi of Haifa, together with an appreciable Muslim presence, from Indonesia, India, Egypt, Morocco, Turkey, Lebanon, Ivory Coast, Qatar as well as noteworthy representatives of Buddhism and Hinduism.

And finally there will be many international authorities and heads of state: from Cyprus to Costa Rica, from Albania to East Timor, to Poland and Uganda. Another important sign of a multi-polar world.

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Krakow, September 6 - 8


Leaders of the world’s great religions, heads of state and men and women of culture will gather in Krakow from September 6 to 8 upon the invitation of the Community of Sant’Egidio and Cardinal Stanislao Dziwisz.

The “spirit of Assisi” returns to Poland, this time to the native city of John Paul II, where the great pope got his cultural, humanistic and spiritual training.

The religious leaders thus agreed to meet at a crossroads of European history, paving the way for a pilgrimage, unprecedented in size and representation, to the Auschwitz-Birkenau death camp, as a token of reconciliation and peace and a symbol of a radical rejection of violence and war as a way of solving international conflicts.

It will also provide a special occasion for retracing over twenty years of dialogue, inaugurated by John Paul II, in the region where he spent the dramatic war years and where he discovered the art of dialogue through the acquaintance of a Jewish friend. It was probably in the years spent in Krakow that he developed the intuition that would come about in Assisi and lead to the historic World Day of Prayer and Fasting for Peace on October 27, 1986: an appeal to the God of all religions on the planet so that He grants peace to a world marked by profound injuries of division and war.

 

The tragic memories 70 years after the start of the Second World War and the twentieth anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall and of the communist regimes in Eastern Europe are at the root of the decision by Stanislao Dziwisz, former secretary of John Paul II, Cardinal Archbishop of Krakow, and by the Community of Sant’Egidio to revive the Spirit of Assisi, from Krakow to the rest of the world. 

  

In hard times of economic crisis and regional conflicts, which create uncertainty, fear and confusion in the generations of our world, religions will garner, through dialogue, the spiritual energy needed for a world without vision and therefore without a future.


More than ten cardinals will be present: aside from cardinal Dziwisz, cardinals Rylko, Sandri, Sepe, Sistach, Poupard, Glemp, Macharski, Shirayanagi, McCarrick and patriarch of the Melkite Greek Catholic Church of Antioch, Gregorios III Laham, will be there.

From the several Orthodox Churches and ancient Eastern Churches, there will be two witnesses of the suffereing in the Middle East and Africa, His Holiness Karekine II, Supreme Patriarch and Catholicos of all Armenians, and His Holiness Abuna Paulos, Patriarch of the Ethiopian Orthodox Church, who spent seven years in prison. There will also be a witness to the last inter-religious meeting, His Beatitude Chyrysostomos II, Archbishop of New Justina and of all of Cyprus.


Participation from different parts of the world will be ample and dynamic with representatives of International Christian Communions, of international Christian organizations and of other great world religions. From the Reverend Dr. Ishmael Noko, Secretary-General of World Lutheran Federation to the Chief Rabbi of Israel, Yona Metzger, to Shear-Yashuv Cohen, Chief Rabbi of Haifa, together with an appreciable Muslim presence, from Indonesia, India, Egypt, Morocco, Turkey, Lebanon, Ivory Coast, Qatar as well as noteworthy representatives of Buddhism and Hinduism.

And finally there will be many international authorities and heads of state: from Cyprus to Costa Rica, from Albania to East Timor, to Poland and Uganda. Another important sign of a multi-polar world.

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Krakow, September 6 - 8


Leaders of the world’s great religions, heads of state and men and women of culture will gather in Krakow from September 6 to 8 upon the invitation of the Community of Sant’Egidio and Cardinal Stanislao Dziwisz.

The “spirit of Assisi” returns to Poland, this time to the native city of John Paul II, where the great pope got his cultural, humanistic and spiritual training.

The religious leaders thus agreed to meet at a crossroads of European history, paving the way for a pilgrimage, unprecedented in size and representation, to the Auschwitz-Birkenau death camp, as a token of reconciliation and peace and a symbol of a radical rejection of violence and war as a way of solving international conflicts.

It will also provide a special occasion for retracing over twenty years of dialogue, inaugurated by John Paul II, in the region where he spent the dramatic war years and where he discovered the art of dialogue through the acquaintance of a Jewish friend. It was probably in the years spent in Krakow that he developed the intuition that would come about in Assisi and lead to the historic World Day of Prayer and Fasting for Peace on October 27, 1986: an appeal to the God of all religions on the planet so that He grants peace to a world marked by profound injuries of division and war.

 

The tragic memories 70 years after the start of the Second World War and the twentieth anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall and of the communist regimes in Eastern Europe are at the root of the decision by Stanislao Dziwisz, former secretary of John Paul II, Cardinal Archbishop of Krakow, and by the Community of Sant’Egidio to revive the Spirit of Assisi, from Krakow to the rest of the world. 

  

In hard times of economic crisis and regional conflicts, which create uncertainty, fear and confusion in the generations of our world, religions will garner, through dialogue, the spiritual energy needed for a world without vision and therefore without a future.


More than ten cardinals will be present: aside from cardinal Dziwisz, cardinals Rylko, Sandri, Sepe, Sistach, Poupard, Glemp, Macharski, Shirayanagi, McCarrick and patriarch of the Melkite Greek Catholic Church of Antioch, Gregorios III Laham, will be there.

From the several Orthodox Churches and ancient Eastern Churches, there will be two witnesses of the suffereing in the Middle East and Africa, His Holiness Karekine II, Supreme Patriarch and Catholicos of all Armenians, and His Holiness Abuna Paulos, Patriarch of the Ethiopian Orthodox Church, who spent seven years in prison. There will also be a witness to the last inter-religious meeting, His Beatitude Chyrysostomos II, Archbishop of New Justina and of all of Cyprus.


Participation from different parts of the world will be ample and dynamic with representatives of International Christian Communions, of international Christian organizations and of other great world religions. From the Reverend Dr. Ishmael Noko, Secretary-General of World Lutheran Federation to the Chief Rabbi of Israel, Yona Metzger, to Shear-Yashuv Cohen, Chief Rabbi of Haifa, together with an appreciable Muslim presence, from Indonesia, India, Egypt, Morocco, Turkey, Lebanon, Ivory Coast, Qatar as well as noteworthy representatives of Buddhism and Hinduism.

And finally there will be many international authorities and heads of state: from Cyprus to Costa Rica, from Albania to East Timor, to Poland and Uganda. Another important sign of a multi-polar world.

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Krakow, September 6 - 8


Leaders of the world’s great religions, heads of state and men and women of culture will gather in Krakow from September 6 to 8 upon the invitation of the Community of Sant’Egidio and Cardinal Stanislao Dziwisz.

The “spirit of Assisi” returns to Poland, this time to the native city of John Paul II, where the great pope got his cultural, humanistic and spiritual training.

The religious leaders thus agreed to meet at a crossroads of European history, paving the way for a pilgrimage, unprecedented in size and representation, to the Auschwitz-Birkenau death camp, as a token of reconciliation and peace and a symbol of a radical rejection of violence and war as a way of solving international conflicts.

It will also provide a special occasion for retracing over twenty years of dialogue, inaugurated by John Paul II, in the region where he spent the dramatic war years and where he discovered the art of dialogue through the acquaintance of a Jewish friend. It was probably in the years spent in Krakow that he developed the intuition that would come about in Assisi and lead to the historic World Day of Prayer and Fasting for Peace on October 27, 1986: an appeal to the God of all religions on the planet so that He grants peace to a world marked by profound injuries of division and war.

 

The tragic memories 70 years after the start of the Second World War and the twentieth anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall and of the communist regimes in Eastern Europe are at the root of the decision by Stanislao Dziwisz, former secretary of John Paul II, Cardinal Archbishop of Krakow, and by the Community of Sant’Egidio to revive the Spirit of Assisi, from Krakow to the rest of the world. 

  

In hard times of economic crisis and regional conflicts, which create uncertainty, fear and confusion in the generations of our world, religions will garner, through dialogue, the spiritual energy needed for a world without vision and therefore without a future.


More than ten cardinals will be present: aside from cardinal Dziwisz, cardinals Rylko, Sandri, Sepe, Sistach, Poupard, Glemp, Macharski, Shirayanagi, McCarrick and patriarch of the Melkite Greek Catholic Church of Antioch, Gregorios III Laham, will be there.

From the several Orthodox Churches and ancient Eastern Churches, there will be two witnesses of the suffereing in the Middle East and Africa, His Holiness Karekine II, Supreme Patriarch and Catholicos of all Armenians, and His Holiness Abuna Paulos, Patriarch of the Ethiopian Orthodox Church, who spent seven years in prison. There will also be a witness to the last inter-religious meeting, His Beatitude Chyrysostomos II, Archbishop of New Justina and of all of Cyprus.


Participation from different parts of the world will be ample and dynamic with representatives of International Christian Communions, of international Christian organizations and of other great world religions. From the Reverend Dr. Ishmael Noko, Secretary-General of World Lutheran Federation to the Chief Rabbi of Israel, Yona Metzger, to Shear-Yashuv Cohen, Chief Rabbi of Haifa, together with an appreciable Muslim presence, from Indonesia, India, Egypt, Morocco, Turkey, Lebanon, Ivory Coast, Qatar as well as noteworthy representatives of Buddhism and Hinduism.

And finally there will be many international authorities and heads of state: from Cyprus to Costa Rica, from Albania to East Timor, to Poland and Uganda. Another important sign of a multi-polar world.

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Introduzione | Krakow 2009 | COMMUNITY OF SANT'EGIDIO

September 7 2009 16:30 | Cracow City Hall – Hall B

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Crescenzio Sepe

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“Amici, io credo che oggi un compito particolarmente urgente della religione è di rendere manifesto il vasto potenziale della ragione umana, che è essa stessa un dono di Dio ed è elevata mediante la rivelazione e la fede.”
Questo frammento del discorso di Papa Benedetto XVI nel corso del suo viaggio in Africa, in vista del Sinodo di ottobre in Vaticano, credo sia il punto fondamentale dal quale far partire ogni discorso sul ruolo delle religioni nella rinascita del continente africano.
Le religioni chiamate a rendere manifesto il <vasto potenziale della ragione umana>: oltre che un programma per l’Africa, una tale affermazione può valere come chiave interpretativa di tutto il pontificato di Papa Benedetto. Le religioni sono un  culto rivolto  a Dio, ma, in quanto tale, devono servire anche l’uomo. Il Papa indica, in particolare, la dimensione fondamentale  della ragione, poiché è da essa che può scaturire, al livello più alto, ogni forma di dialogo che chiama in  causa la fede.

Nessun continente come l’Africa reclama l’urgenza di un tale dialogo; e, occorre aggiungere, oggi più che mai dal momento che la crisi mondiale e i venti di una forte recessione economica continuano a soffiare e a scuotere le certezze e gli agi del cosiddetto primo mondo. E, di riflesso, aggravano ulteriormente le condizioni di vita in molte parti del continente nero. Aggravano, soprattutto, le condizioni di giustizia, poiché diventa sempre più intollerabile il divario esistente: un vero e proprio scandalo di fronte al quale ogni silenzio si trasforma in complicità.
Dunque, la ragione: il primo elemento che può aiutare per una presa d’atto responsabile e cosciente. Le religioni sono chiamate a svolgere il proprio ruolo a partire da una realtà che, sempre Papa Benedetto, ha indicato con molta chiarezza proprio sull’area che lo conduceva per la prima volta in Africa: <riconosciamo tutti che in Africa il problema dell’ateismo quasi non si pone, perché la realtà di Dio è così presente, così reale nel cuore degli africani che non credere in Dio, vivere senza Dio non appare una tentazione.” L’orientamento religioso delle culture africane è noto.  Mons. Chidi Denis Isizoh affermava che la religione permea l’africano ideale dalla culla alla tomba. “Una persona è nata in un’atmosfera religiosa e dal concepimento fino alla sua morte, ci sono rituali religiosi principali che segnano le svolte maggiori della sua esistenza.”
Non va sottovalutato poi lo stretto legame che la religione ha con la vita (anche politica) di ogni giorno. La gente non ha difficoltà ad invocare l’aiuto di Dio con la preghiera nelle più svariate occasioni. Dovunque c’è vita esiste un rapporto con ciò

che trascende la vita stessa. Questa capacità africana di esprimere la propria fede in ogni aspetto della vita sociale è un valore che noi occidentali abbiamo perso e che l’Africa può orgogliosamente riproporre al mondo intero
Giovanni Paolo II nella enciclica Redemptoris missio scrive: «Lo sviluppo di un popolo non deriva primariamente né dal denaro, né dagli aiuti materiali, né dalla strutture tecniche, bensì dalla maturazione della mentalità e dei costumi. È l’uomo il protagonista dello sviluppo, non il denaro e la tecnica. La Chiesa educa le coscienze rivelando ai popoli quel Dio che cercano ma non conoscono… Ecco perché tra annuncio evangelico e promozione dell’uomo c’è una stretta connessione» (nn. 58-59).
Spesso, parlando dell’Africa, il riferimento, anche in ambito cattolico, corre alle cifre. La  Chiesa non parla attraverso di esse, ma è innegabile che  in Africa, oggi, i cattolici, raggiungono il 17 per cento della popolazione. Sono oltre 150 milioni. Se si pensa che all’inizio del secolo essi erano  appena  due milioni, si ha il quadro di come l’evangelizzazione abbia trovato terreno fertile. Sono cresciute anche le strutture della chiesa continentale: rispetto al Sinodo del 1994, i vescovi sono oggi il 18  per cento in più e i sacerdoti sono addirittura raddoppiati. Del resto, come non  pensare che siamo nella terra di  Agostino, di Origene, Atanasio, Cirillo, Cipriano, i grandi padri della chiesa africana, ai quali occorre affiancare una serie di grandi testimoni dell’era moderna. Il primo nome che viene in mente è quello della schiava,
suor Bakita, diventata santa, e beatificata da Giovanni Paolo II  proprio nel corso del suo viaggio in Sudan.

Nel suo complesso, anche il prossimo Sinodo di ottobre, oltre che un evento della chiesa africana, promette d’essere un’ulteriore tappa di approfondimento sul ruolo che tutte le religioni sono chiamate a svolgere per la rinascita del continente. Approfondendo sempre più la propria natura e ponendosi in ascolto, davanti alla grande assemblea dei vescovi continentali si faranno vivi e concreti tutti i problemi e i veri e propri drammi di interi popoli che aspirano alla giustizia, alla pace e a condizioni di vita degne dell’uomo.
Proprio per questo, il tema del Sinodo - < La chiesa in Africa al servizio della riconciliazione, della giustizia e della pace. <Voi siete la luce il sale della terra… voi siete la luce del mondo (Mt  5, 13,14) - è estremamente esplicito.
Riconciliazione, giustizia e pace sono i capisaldi per una nuova pagina di storia per tutto il continente africano.  Dove non c’è pace e la parola passa alle armi non si può sperare in nessuna forma di progresso. Ma  i conflitti, molto spesso, nascono da situazioni di ingiustizia e dalla sfrenata sete di potere che prende chi ha poca cura della dignità e del futuro di ogni singola persona.  Anche la povertà viene non  soltanto dalla mancanza di risorse ma dalla stessa radice in cui allignano molti mali, come la sopraffazione e l’egoismo. La chiesa guarda in faccia alla realtà senza infingimenti e la denuncia dei mali che viene dai suoi vescovi, dai suoi sacerdoti e da molti suoi fedeli è severa e senza sconti. Ma occorre sempre ricordare, che essa – come il Sinodo che ci prepariamo a celebrare – ha motivazioni essenzialmente pastorali.  Ecco perché i <Lineamenta> ( il testo base di preparazione all’incontro, già pubblicato nel giugno del 2006) ha un taglio fortemente cristologico.

E’ Cristo, infatti, il nostro riconciliatore, la nostra giustizia, la nostra pace.
E’ a  partire da questa verità essenziale, che la chiesa è in  grado di portare il proprio contributo e di porsi in dialogo con le altre religioni, mettendo insieme le risorse necessarie per aiutare il continente a risorgere. In questa visione è del tutto esclusa ogni forma di sincretismo. L’identità di ognuno serve a chiarire meglio  a tutti il tratto di strada da compiere. E la strada che è davanti alla Chiesa di Cristo, in Africa come altrove, è tracciata con grande evidenza anche nella recente  Enciclica di Papa Benedetto, la <Caritas in veritate>.
<La religione cristiana e le altre religioni- scrive i Papa - possono dare il loro apporto allo sviluppo solo se Dio trova un posto anche nella sfera pubblica, con specifico riferimento alle dimensioni culturale, sociale, economica e, in particolare, politica.>
Quando Dio trova posto nella realtà africana il dialogo, si può dire, è già in atto. E la rinascita già avviata.: