» 11/28/2017, 10.30
Anna Chiara Filice
Rohingya and peripheries, the hot topics awaiting Pope Francis in Dhaka
Dhaka still devoid of signs of welcome for arrival of the pontiff. At the center of the visit: refugees, migrants and rejected people. In Cox's Bazaar camps, the Chittagong diocese thinks of the education of Rohingya children. The displaced risk being moved to Hill Tracts where no rights or development exist. From our envoy on the ground.
01/12/2017 08:59:00 BANGLADESH-VATICAN
Pope in Bangladesh: Thanks to the 90,000 faithful; prayer for the 16 newly ordained
At his first Mass in Dhaka, Pope Francis thanked the Catholics, who also came from far, on a trip of more than two days. The celebration in the place where Mujibur Rahman proclaimed the birth of Bangladesh.
01/12/2017 14:06:00 BANGLADESH - VATICAN
Bangladesh pilgrims at Mass with Pope Francis (video)
This morning, Mass at Dhaka's Suhrawardi Udyan Park. 16 priests ordained. More than 70,000 people are present. Participants include some Khulna lepers. A group from the parish of Mohespur spent 15 hours traveling. The hopes of young workers. The commitment of a newly consecrated. From our envoy on the ground.
23/11/2017 14:10:00 BANGLADESH - VATICAN
Cardinal D'Rozario: Pope’s principal aim in Dhaka trip is not the Rohingya
The pontiff will visit Bangladesh from 30 November to 2 December. "The pope expressed the desire to come two years ago, when the refugee crisis had not broken out." Over 620,000 Muslims have fled the Rakhine State in Myanmar.
28/08/2017 12:34:00 BANGLADESH - VATICAN
Card. D'Rozario: The Pope's visit to Dhaka, a confirmation of inter-religious harmony (Video)
Pope Francis will travel to Bangladesh from 30 November to 2 December. The themes chosen for the trip are harmony and peace. Parishes receive directions to prepare the faithful. PIME Superior: "Christians are the hope of the country, our work is for the benefit of all."
22/12/2017 15:43:00 BANGLADESH
Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina celebrates Christmas with Christian leaders in Dhaka
The party was held in the official residence of the prime minister, who is a Muslim. Some 700 Christian leaders attended the event. “By opening the borders to the Rohingya, you have become the mother of humanity,” Card D'Rozario told her.
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