Discover a summary of 5 news stories published on the InfoChrétienne website this Wednesday, November 29. A good way to have a global vision of what is happening in the world, particularly in the Christian sphere.
Monday, November 27, the Palais de la Femme in Paris hosted the Protestant dinner organized by the Cercle Charles-Gide. The theme of this third edition, “These Protestants who dare”, put women in the spotlight. This year, the Minister of Equality between Women and Men, Bérangère Couillard and the Vice-President of the National Assembly, Valérie Rabault, were present.
Nick Park, director of the Evangelical Alliance of Ireland, spoke out following the violent reactions of part of the population of Dublin, after the attack on a school. While the country experienced “an extraordinary explosion of violence” following this incident, the pastor invites Christians “not to sow disunity”.
While European chancelleries have generally called on Israel to pause in its strikes in Gaza, the German government has continued to proclaim that the Jewish state is justified in maintaining its response. Furthermore, Berlin has decided to tackle the problem of anti-Semitism head on, joined by Christians.
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Visual change Tuesday in the sky of Paris: an arrow shape now rises to the top of the scaffolding of Notre-Dame cathedral, ravaged by a fire in 2019. The reopening of Notre-Dame is scheduled for December 8, 2024, after the Paris Olympics in the summer, a date confirmed by Emmanuel Macron at the end of August.