“Women are dying and silence reigns.” I read this sentence on Instagram in the story of a journalist I have followed for several years. She also shared the names of women who died in October, victims of femicide.
As Jean Birnbaum, who runs the World of Books, writes in his book Only Children Change the World, "there is no emancipation without generations, no future without children, no fraternity without babies".
Dear readers of InfoChrétienne, I am finally back after several months of absence! Today I'm putting pen to paper (let's say I'm typing frantically on my computer keyboard) to tell you about two visits.
As summer sets in and everyone begins to slow down little by little, the Editorial Board offers you a summer program specially designed for you.
Discover a summary of 5 news published on the InfoChrétienne website this Monday, March 27, to have a global vision of what is happening in the world, especially in the Christian sphere in a few minutes.
This editorial by Camille will be the last you will read for a few months because, as I had previously announced in my last editorial of the week on video, I have the joy of awaiting a happy event which obliges me to take a few month break.
On Monday February 6, 2023, two earthquakes shook Syria and Turkey causing many deaths and injuries. This Tuesday, February 14, almost a week after the tragedy, the death toll now exceeds 35.000 (source: AFP).
The Internet and especially social networks have given Christians access to new platforms to talk about their faith and bear witness to the Good News.
The month of January is definitely placed under the sign of prayer! The universal week of prayer that began on January 8 will end on Sunday 15, while from January 18 to 25 will be the week of prayer for Christian unity.
The years pass with their share of good and bad news, joy and sadness. But what we can do, at the beginning of each new year, we Christians, is to put it back into the hands of God and pray for the 365