Papa Francisco em Israel - Maio 2014

Papa Francisco em Israel - Maio 2014

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    O Papa Francisco será o quarto Papa a visitar a Terra Santa. Irá visitar Israel a 25-26 Maio, 2014 - o 50.º aniversário da histórica visita do Papa Paulo VI.
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    Visit to Israel of Pope Francis Visit to Israel of Pope Francis
     
     
     
    O Papa Francisco anunciou a sua peregrinação à Terra Santa a 5 de Janeiro, 2014: "O principal 
    objectivo desta peregrinação de oração é para comemorar o histórico encontro entre o Papa Paulo VI e o Patriarca Atenagóras, que teve lugar a 5 
    de Janeiro, exactamente há 50 anos atrás."
     
     
    • Papa Paulo VI - Janeiro 1964
    • Papa João Paulo II - Março 2000
    • Papa Benedito XVI - Maio 2009
     


     

    Papa Francisco em Israel: Secção especial no website 
    Informação de apoio e actualizações durante a visita do Papa Francisco a Israel

     

    Este website especial também está disponível em Espanhol - El Papa Francisco en Israel


    Transmissão ao vivo quando disponível
     com início Domingo, 25 Maio, 2014 às 16:30 hora Israel  (13:30 GMT)
     
  • Papa Francisco em Israel - por Akiva Tor

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    The visit of Pope Francis to Israel on May 25-26, 2014 marks an important milestone in the deepening relationship between the Catholic Church, Israel and the Jewish people.

    In 1965, the Second Vatican Council adopted Nostra Aetate ("In our time"), a statement of doctrine which rejected the charge of deicide, condemned all forms of anti-Semitism and reaffirmed the permanence of spiritual relationship between God and historic Israel. But it would take another 28 years until the Vatican recognized the modern state of Israel and established diplomatic relations in 1993. This was a development of huge political import for us, deepening our relationship with one billion Church faithful, many in the developing world. For the Vatican it had major theological significance, because it meant that the Church now understood the return of the Jews to their land and to history, not as a problem for Catholic teaching, but as a reaffirmation of it.

    I remember the incredible excitement which marked the pilgrimage visit of John Paul II to Israel in 2000, and the prayer note which he placed at the Western Wall, and which now resides at Yad Vashem. It read: "We are deeply saddened by the behavior of those who in the course of history have caused these children of yours to suffer, and asking your forgiveness, we wish to commit ourselves to genuine brotherhood with the people of the Covenant."

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    The visit of Pope Francis will be the third Papal pilgrimage to Jerusalem in 15 years. It includes prayer at the Western Wall, a meeting with the Chief Rabbis, a visit to Yad Vashem, a festive interfaith event with President Shimon Peres at the President's Residence, and a meeting with Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.

    In addition, Pope Francis will lay a wreath at the grave of Theodor Herzl, the founder of modern Zionism. Indeed this is part of the official protocol, but consider the progress made since Herzl's failed meeting with Pope Pius X in 1904. At that time, the Vatican rejected the national aspirations of the Jewish people and called for their conversion, if perchance they managed to settle in the Holy Land. A century and ten years later, our relationship has transformed from deep rejection to equal footing, spiritual respect, and political legitimation.

    The Pope has a unique personal style, a common touch, warmth and modesty, love of the poor, and during his Cardinalship promoted a strong relationship with the Jewish community of Argentina. Speaking to La Republica in September last year, Pope Francis made the following remarkable statement: "Through the awful trial of these last centuries, the Jews have preserved their faith in God. And for this, we, the Church and the whole human family, can never be sufficiently grateful to them."
     
    The Papal entourage to Israel, Jordan and the Palestinian Authority includes a rabbi and an imam, two friends of the Pope from Buenos Aires, but also important symbols of his spiritual message to our region. I believe that his message and personal example will resonate deeply with Israelis, in this difficult time for peace in particular, and we look forward to sharing with him his smile, vision, hope and prayer.
  • Itinerário da Visita do Papa

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    ​Domingo, 25 Maio, 2014
    16:30 – Cerimónia de chegada oficial ao aeroporto Ben Gurion International
    17:15 – Partida de helicóptero a Jerusalém
    17:45 – Chegada a Jerusalém
    19:00-20:00 – Encontro Eucuménico pela ocasião do 50.º aniversário do encontro em Jerusalém entre o Papa Paulo VI e o Patriarca Atenágoras I, na Basílica do Santo Sepulcro
    20:15 – Jantar e encontro com Patriarcas e Bispos no Patriarcado Latino em Jerusalém
     
    Segunda, 26 Maio, 2014
    08:15-09:00 – Encontro com o Grande Mufti de Jerusalém e uma visita ao Monte do Templo/Esplanada das Mesquitas
    09:10-09:30 – Visita ao Muro das Lamentações
    09:45-09:55 – Deposição de uma coroa de flores na campa de Theodor Herzl, no Monte Herzl (com o Presidente e Primeiro-Ministro)
    10:00-10:30 – Visita ao Yad Vashem (com o Presidente e Primeiro-Ministro)
    10:45 – Visita aos dois Grãos-Rabinos no centro Heichal Shlomo
    11:40-12:40 – Encontro com o Presidente Shimon Peres, na Residência Presidencial
    13:00 – Encontro privado com o Primeiro-Ministro Benjamin Netanyahu
    15:30 – Encontro com o Patriarca Eucuménico de Constantinopla Bartolomeu, no Monte das Oliveiras
    16:00-16:50 – Encontro com 500 padres e seminaristas na Igreja de Gethsemane, e plantação de uma árvore
    17:20-19:00 – Missa Sagrada da Sala da Última Ceia (Cenáculo)
    19:30 – Viagem de helicóptero de Jerusalém para o aeroporto internacional de Ben Gurion.
    20:00 – Cerimónia de Despedida no aeroporto Ben Gurion International
    20:15 – Partida do aeroporto Ben Gurion International para Roma
  • Informação à Imprensa

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    ​Os jornalistas que pretendam fazer a cobertura da visita do Papa Francisco à Terra Santa devem contactar o Government Press Office (GPO) para que a visita seja facilitada, agradável e eficiente.

    PRESS KIT com informação sobre toda a visita do Papa.

    Para mais detalhes visite o website oficial da Cidade do Vaticano.