Taybeh, a Call for Peace

Taybeh, a Call for Peace

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Taybeh, an arab village in the West Bank situated 30 Kms north of Jerusalem, is a unique place because of its population, comprised entirely of Christians, and because of its vocation for peace at the heart of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.

We are going to meet the inhabitants of this village who share with us their difficulties but also their hope, their mobilization for peace through prayer, through multiple initiatives favouring non-violent action, and through openness to others.

Father Raed, who has been the Catholic priest of this village for a long time, has greatly contributed to its radiance and it development. He introduces us to the past and the present of this town, which is the biblical village of Ephraim - where Jesus stayed with his disciples before his Passion (cf. John 11, 54).

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Intercession du mois

This month, let us pray that the initiative of the doves for peace, that is being run by the inhabitants of Taybeh, will be supported by as many churches as possible in the five continents, and that the dialogue between Israelis and Palestinians will bear fruits of justice and peace in the Middle-East.
Let us pray especially that the young Christians, Jews and Muslims have the courage to go beyond the walls of fear and hatred, and will dare to take steps towards reconciliation.

Parole du mois

The Word of God for this month is from St. Matthew’s Gospel, Chapter 5, verses 14 and 15.

“You are the light of the world. A town built on a hill cannot be hidden.
Neither do people light a lamp and put it under a bowl.
Instead they put it on its stand, and it gives light to everyone in the house.”