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] => 161,[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] => 161,[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]
#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]
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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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(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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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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September 7 2009 16:30 | Cracow City Hall – Hall B

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Tamara Chikunova

Human Rights Activist, Uzbekistan
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Buongiorno signore e signori, fratelli e sorelle,
la pena di morte, terribile procedura di pena per crimini compiuti, ci preoccupa, perché “La pena di morte, è il grado estremo di rifiuto dei diritti umani”.
Questa è un assassinio premeditato e a sangue freddo di un uomo da parte dello stato in nome della giustizia – “Non c’è e non si può trovare giustificazione alle torture e a comportamenti violenti. Come la tortura, la pena di morte rappresenta una violenza fisica e psicologica estrema sull’uomo”.

Il diritto alla vita è stabilito da tutti gli atti di diritto internazionale universalmente accettati. Così, nel punto 1 dell’art. 6 del Patto sui diritti civili e politici si indica che il diritto alla vita è diritto inalienabile di ogni persona. Questo diritto deve essere garantito dalla legge.

Ai nostri giorni, nel diritto internazionale universale, non è formalizzata una norma pattuita che vieti la pena di morte.  Tuttavia si deve richiamare l’attenzione sul consolidamento e lo sviluppo  della tendenza sempre più affermata per cui negli stati nazionali è presente la norma di diritto consuetudinario che vieta la pena di morte. Come è noto, una delle condizioni che qualifica il regolamento dell’esistenza di una norma di diritto internazionale consuetudinario è il suo riconoscimento da parte della maggioranza degli stati.

Nel novembre 2007 è stata approvata a maggioranza di voti nel terzo comitato la risoluzione dell’ONU che invita le nazioni ad introdurre la moratoria della pena di morte. Tale risoluzione sull’introduzione della moratoria era sostenuta da 99 stati, contro hanno votato 52 stati, 33 nazioni si sono astenute.
129 stati del mondo o hanno rifiutato la pena di morte nel proprio ordine legislativo o non la applicano nella pratica. In particolare, 23 stati adottano e utilizzano la moratoria sull’applicazione della pena di morte.

«C’è un doppio standard, un’ipocrisia degli stati, che mantengono  il diritto ad uccidere».
L’argomentazione  più comune che giustifica l’utilizzo della pena di morte, è la “suggestione della paura del futuro dei criminali”

1)    I funzionari dello stato con timore nascondono le esecuzioni, i giornali ne parlano a mezza bocca.
“In che modo può essere significativo un omicidio di stato, che si compie nel cortile di una prigione?” E poi può la stessa vista dell’esecuzione, senza parlare semplicemente del fatto di “sapere che c’è”, fermare il criminale? Colui che conduce il suo destino sulla via del male e poi compie reati terrificanti  è in preda alle passioni e alla follia (davvero la paura della morte può vincere le passioni umane?) …
“La pena di morte per omicidio è stata adottata per secoli, ma la stirpe di Caino tuttavia non si è estinta”.
Davvero la vista dell’esecuzione capitale non provoca nell’uomo le stesse emozioni e passioni meschine (contribuendo essa stessa alla crescita, e non alla diminuzione della criminalità)?

2)    Chi fra i comuni mortali è capace di emanare il verdetto definitivo sulla “incorreggibilità” della vita di un criminale ?

 E poi viviamo in un tempo in cui i crimini degli stessi stati superano molte volte i confini delle capacità e delle possibilità dei criminali individuali …
E nuovamente sulle sofferenze della vittima. Noi, comuni mortali, non possiamo dimenticare anche l’immensa sofferenza del condannato a morte: la paura devastante e umiliante alla quale per mesi e anni è sottoposto il condannato e alla quale non è sottoposta la vittima, questa è una punizione più terribile della stessa morte”.
Perfino da questi esempi è evidente, come sia complessa, complicata la questione sulla legittimità della pena di morte.
L’atteggiamento AUTENTICO della società, dello stato, nei confronti di concetti come la vita, la morte, il peccato, il pentimento. Tutti questi sono concetti ontologici sui quali si fonda la vita di tutta la società umana.
E dalla soluzione teorica e pratica di tale questione dipende la vita di milioni di persone, sebbene comunque queste non si imbattono DIRETTAMENTE con il problema della pena di morte, ma dall’una o dall’altra decisione su questo problema dipende comunque anche la loro vita privata.

L’abolizione della pena di morte rappresenta il fondamento della democrazia.

Nei paesi dell’Asia Centrale ai giorni nostri:

Il Turkmenistan ha abolito la pena di morte nel 1996.
Il Kazakistan ha abolito la pena di morte il 20 luglio 2009. Il presidente del Kazakistan Nursultan Nazarbaev il 20 luglio del 2009  ha firmato la legge “Sull’introduzione del cambiamento e l’integrazione di alcuni atti legislativi sulla pena di morte”. Il documento dà esecuzione a  separati atti legislativi sull’applicazione della pena di morte e mira a rendere conforme la legislazione alla costituzione della repubblica.
E’ stabilito negli articoli di questa legge che la pena di morte si mantiene solo per reati di terrorismo, che comportino l’uccisione di persone, ed anche per reati particolarmente gravi, compiuti in tempo di guerra, con la concessione per il condannato  del diritto a chiedere la grazia.
A parte questo, si introducono  cambiamenti  nel codice di procedura penale che riguardano la giurisdizione degli affari penali sui reati, per i quali si prevede l’ergastolo, ora vi sono 9 articoli del codice penale per i quali questo è previsto.
Per coloro che scontano l’ergastolo è presa in considerazione la domanda di grazia dopo 30 anni di detenzione.

Tagikistan: qui è in vigore la moratoria dell’applicazione della pena di morte e delle esecuzioni dal giugno del 2004. Giuridicamente la pena di morte non è esclusa come misura di pena per reati penali dal sistema legislativo.

Kirghizistan: il 25 giugno del 2007 il presidente della repubblica Kurmanbek Bakiev ha firmato la legge sull’abolizione  della pena di morte in Kirghizistan.
Prima di questa legge in Kirghizistan la legge prevedeva tre articoli per i quali si applicava la pena di morte. Ma, abolendo la pena di morte, il Kirghizistan ha previsto in sei articoli la possibilità di essere condannati all’ergastolo.
La grazia è prevista dopo 30 anni di detenzione, e cede il posto in caso di grazia a 25 anni di colonia penale.
In Kirghizistan è iniziata la costruzione di una nuova prigione per i prigionieri, ex condannati a morte. Questo carcere a regime duro si troverà nel villaggio di Zhanghizher accanto alla colonia penale a regime severo n. 19. In Kirghizistan attualmente si trovano in regime di isolamento 174 ex condannati a morte, che sono stati trasferiti secondo l’ordinanza del presidente Bakiev.
Trovarsi in scantinati, in celle non conformi in alcun modo alle norme sulla carcerazione, è una nuova tortura per chi in precedenza è già stato condannato a morte.

Uzbekistan: dal 1 gennaio 2008 in Uzbekistan è ufficialmente abolita la pena di morte. La legge sull’abolizione della pena di morte è stata adottata il 27 giugno 2007. Prima di questa legge in Uzbekistan la pena di morte era prevista per due articoli di legge: omicidio plurimo e terrorismo.
La pena di morte giuridicamente è attualmente esclusa dalla legislazione penale ed è sostituita da 25 anni di detenzione  o dall’ergastolo.
E’ previsto l’inoltro della domanda di grazia per chi è condannato a 25 anni, dopo 15 anni di detenzione e per chi  è condannato all’ergastolo dopo 25 anni.
I condannati all’ergastolo in Uzbekistan scontano la pena in una nuova prigione costruita nel territorio dei Karakalpaki in un luogo tristemente noto “Zhaslyk”, che precedentemente era un territorio dove si collaudavano le armi chimiche e batteriologiche.
Per i primi dieci anni di detenzione il prigioniero non ha il diritto di lavorare. Ha diritto a  una visita breve l’anno.
Ma quale recupero sociale del detenuto può avvenire in questa condizione?
Eppure lo scopo di ogni punizione per reati penali è la riabilitazione di fronte alla società, il reale pentimento e la correzione.
In questo isolamento cessano i legami con i parenti e con la società.
La collocazione in una cella singola e l’impossibilità a lavorare per 10 anni e ad avere incontri con i parenti sottopone il prigioniero ad una tortura psicologica e morale.

Si vuole sottolineare particolarmente l’enorme contributo apportato dalla comunità di Sant’Egidio nel lavoro per l’abolizione della pena di morte negli stati dell’Asia centrale. Nel corso di 7 anni di giorno in giorno, abbiamo lottato insieme perchè ogni vita fosse risparmiata da questo orrore. La comunità ha pregato per la salvezza della vita dei condannati, si è assunta la difesa della mia vita minacciata dalle autorità.
Oggi noi vediamo che in Asia Centrale NON C’E’ PIU’ LA PENA DI MORTE!
L’abolizione della pena di morte negli stati dell’Asia centrale è uno dei risultati più importanti raggiunti nell’ambito della difesa dei diritti e delle libertà dell’uomo.
Dal profondo del cuore a nome di tutti i condannati a morte salvati, ringrazio la comunità di Sant’Egidio, Voi fratelli e sorelle e tutti coloro che ci sono stati vicini in questa difficile  lotta per la vita!
Che Dio vi conservi tutti!

   Tamara Chikunova