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Scientology’s Foundation Mejora presents new scholarly book about 10 years of promotion and defense of religious freedom

Brussels, Brussels, Belgium, 29th May 2024 - religious freedom - The Mejora Foundation, which has consultative status with the UN ECOSOC, presented its latest book at the Faculty of Law of the University of Seville,...

Nulla Accade per Caso: The Docufilm on Fabrizio Zampetti Premiered at the Museum of Science and Technology Leonardo Da Vinci

Discover the extraordinary journey of Fabrizio Zampetti in the docufilm Nulla Accade per Caso. Premiering at the Museo della Scienza, this film highlights Zampetti's rise in the real estate sector, his unwavering determination, and the transformative power of resilience. Learn more about the life of Fabrizio Zampetti, a modern gladiator in the arena of life

Princeton Theological Seminary Students visit Scientology founder L. Ron Hubbard’s Residence where he wrote his book Dianetics

KingNewsWire. Professor Afe Adogame led Princeton Theological Seminary students on a tour of L. Ron Hubbard's former residence in Bay Head, NJ, where Hubbard wrote "Dianetics." The visit, enriched by historical insights from Mayor...

The MATA International Riding Festival in its 12th edition from 17 to 19 May 2024

Equestrian Art MATA: Ancestral heritage and centuries-old traditions, under the sign "MATA, an ancestral intangible heritage and a space for cultural exchange of humanity" Under the High Patronage of His Majesty King Mohammed VI, the...

The Louvre on the threshold of the Olympic Games 2024

Get ready for Paris 2024 Olympics! Louvre raises ticket price; covers 25% of costs from ticket sales; plans special events for Olympics. Explore sports-art dialogue at the museum. #Paris2024 #Louvre #OlympicsParis #Art #Sports

France’s National Library has placed four books from the 19th century under “quarantine”

The National Library of France has placed four books from the 19th century "under quarantine", reported AFP. The reason is that their covers contain arsenic. The discovery was made about five years ago. University scientists have...

Le pavillon bulgare à la 60e Biennale de Venise : horreur subtile, nostalgie et tension

By Biserka Gramatikova On April 20, the official opening of the Bulgarian pavilion at the Venice Biennale took place. "Memory is what keeps us safe," said the Bulgarian Acting Minister of Culture during the opening....

A palimpsest of realities and collective memories: The on-going exhibitions of Palais de Tokyo

Explore 'Dislocations' exhibition at Palais de Tokyo featuring 15 artists from diverse backgrounds, delving into the intersection of present and past. Curated by Marie-Laure Bernadac and Daria de Beauvais. Discover the creative blend of materials and modern technology. #Dislocations #PalaisdeTokyo #ArtExhibition

Italy donated 500 thousand euros for the destroyed cathedral of Odessa

The Italian government handed over 500,000 euros for the restoration of the destroyed Transfiguration Cathedral in Odessa, announced the mayor of the city, Gennady Trukhanov. The Ukrainian city's central temple was destroyed by a...

Pope Pays Tribute to Women on International Women’s Day

In a moving statement coinciding with the celebration of International Women's Day this Friday, March 8, the Pope praised the fundamental role played by women in the world, highlighting their ability to "make the...

Reserved seats for black people at theater performances in London have sparked controversy

A London theater's decision to reserve seats for black people audiences for two of its productions of a play about slavery has drawn criticism from the British government, France Press reported on March 1st. Downing...

Religion’s In Today’s World – Mutual Understanding Or Conflict (Following the views of Fritjof Schuon and Samuel Huntington, on the mutual understanding or clash...

By Dr. Masood Ahmadi Afzadi, Dr. Razie Moafi INTRODUCTION In the modern world, the situation related to the rapid increase in the number of beliefs is considered a major problem. This fact, in symbiosis with the peculiar...

Auction for a watch melted by the nuclear bombing of Hiroshima

A watch that was melted during the August 6, 1945, atomic bombing of Hiroshima has sold for more than $31,000 at auction, the Associated Press reported. Its arrows stopped at the moment of the detonation...

Dostoyevsky and Plato removed from sale in Russia due to “LGBT propaganda”

The Russian bookstore Megamarket was sent a list of books to be removed from sale due to "LGBT propaganda". Journalist Alexander Plyushchev published a list of 257 titles on his Telegram channel, writes The...

Christmas, Easter and Halloween banned in private schools in Turkey

The Ministry of Education in Ankara has changed the rules for private schools in Turkey. It prohibits "activities that contradict national and cultural values and cannot contribute to the psychosocial development of students". The...

Rome partially restored Trajan’s Basilica with the money of a Russian oligarch

Asked about the topic, Rome's chief curator of cultural heritage, Claudio Parisi Presicce, said Usmanov's funding was agreed before Western sanctions, and Rome's ancient heritage, he says, is "universal". The imposing colonnade of Trajan's Basilica...

“Mosfilm” turns 100 years old

The studio survived both the Soviet communist era and imposed censorship, as well as the severe economic downturn that followed the collapse of the USSR in 1991. Mosfilm - the state-owned giant of Soviet and...

The Atatürk Cultural Center in Istanbul dressed in ultra-modern architecture and design

If Istanbul has a special magic, it is the magic of the eclectic layers of architecture, people, coexistence, religions and even urban poetry. While walking through the small streets, you can see at the same...

Camels, Crowns, and a Cosmic GPS… 3 wise kings

Once upon a time in a land not far from our wildest imaginations there existed an annual celebration of immense magnificence involving not just one or two but three esteemed kings. This was no...

Jingle All the Way to Europe’s Festive Feast: The Top 3 Yuletide Delicacies!

Get ready to indulge in Europe's mouthwatering holiday treats! From gingerbread houses to mulled wine, the festive season is filled with scrumptious delights. Join us as we explore the top 5 yuletide delicacies that will make your taste buds jingle with joy!

The Strauss dynasty with a new interactive museum in Vienna

"Strauss House" is not just a museum. Concerts will be held in it, and those who wish can take on the role of conductors A new interactive museum dedicated to the Strauss musical dynasty has...

The Gucci family sells their Roman villas for 15 million euros

A few days ago, the Gucci family announced for sale their two villas in Rome, which are as opulent and luxurious as the famous models of the legendary fashion house, located in the most...

What future for Christian culture in Europe?

By Martin Hoegger. What kind of Europe are we heading for? And, more specifically, where are the Churches and Church movements heading in the current climate of growing uncertainty? The shrinking of the Churches is...

Spaces of Respect, Bridge-Builder Promotes Religious Minorities Dialogue at European Parliament

Lahcen Hammouch emphasizes the importance of a respectful space for religious minorities to express their beliefs transparently within a democratic framework.

A large-scale study shows the state of the churches in North Macedonia

Last week, a study by the international organization "ICOMOS Macedonia" was presented in North Macedonia, dedicated to the state of churches and monasteries in the country. The study of 707 churches by experts is...
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