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Bienvenue sur notre nouveau site web www.sit-france.org. N'hésitez pas à nous laisser un message sur notre livre d'or ou par à contact -at- sit-france.org . !!! URGENCE !!! MALAISIE FRANCE ÉGYPTE ! FRANCE ! Les Chrétiens d’Orient en danger Le 8 octobre 2013 Pétition Villages rasés, massacres collectifs, meurtres de religieux et de civils (femmes, enfants, vieillards), viols, enlèvements, persécutions à grande échelle, églises incendiées, monastères et écoles détruites, les Chrétiens d’Orient vivent aujourd’hui dans l’angoisse du lendemain, dans la peur et la souffrance quotidiennes. Une épuration religieuse massive et silencieuse est en cours en Egypte, en Irak, en Syrie et bientôt peut-être au Liban. Une stratégie de la terreur est déployée dans cette région du monde, elle vise à éliminer toute présence chrétienne, toute identité multiple, tout souvenir du christianisme et de son rôle historique dans la construction de ces peuples et de ces Etats. Elle vise à rendre cet espace géopolitique hostile et impénétrable à l’Occident. Et que font les diplomaties européennes ? Elles regardent ailleurs. Elles ne veulent pas entendre l’indicible ou voir l’impensable et se rendent coupables de complicité de crimes à grande échelle, qui prennent le caractère de crimes contre l’humanité. Elles parlent des droits de l’homme, de démocratie et dans le même temps, elles mènent des politiques qui sont dans les faits aveugles et sourdes à la souffrance humaine lorsqu’il s’agit de Chrétiens. Elles combattent à juste titre des régimes au nom des idéaux démocratiques et détournent le regard lorsque des alliés directs ou indirects massacrent uniquement en raison de la religion. En Egypte, pourquoi ne pas condamner les églises incendiées, les écoles brûlées, les exactions quotidiennes contre les Coptes exercées par les milices des Frères musulmans ? En Irak, combien d’écoles, d’églises détruites et de massacres impunis de Chrétiens sont intervenus par la suite dans l’indifférence de l’Occident ? Faut-il rester indifférents aux massacres de Syriens, uniquement parce qu’ils sont chrétiens, et à l’enlèvement des deux Evêques d’Alep et de prêtres, par les groupes islamistes ? En Terre Sainte, le nombre de Chrétiens ne cesse de diminuer. Au Liban, pays francophone, les Chrétiens deviendront bientôt une minorité ; leur situation instable et précaire conduit nombre d’entre eux à préférer l’exil aux incertitudes sécuritaires et aux pressions des islamistes radicaux. Nulle pression, nulle protestation ! Les puissances occidentales restent sourdes aux suppliques des responsables et des organisations représentatives, laïcs et religieux, qui tirent les sonnettes d’alarme et demandent une réaction de la France et de l’Europe. Pourquoi ? Ont-ils anticipé la disparition des Chrétiens en Orient ? Ont-ils fait le deuil d’une présence antérieure à l’implantation de l’Islam, d’un peuplement historiquement ouvert et bienveillant envers l’Occident ? Nous lançons un appel à la France, aux Français et à l’ensemble des nations européennes afin que la diplomatie prenne en compte l’existence de populations chrétiennes, de problématiques spécifiques, d’un Orient divers et agissent désormais pour faire respecter les droits des Chrétiens en Orient. C’est l’intérêt de la France, de l’Europe, et de la communauté internationale. Les Chrétiens d’Orient ont toujours représenté l’antidote de l’extrémisme ainsi qu’un vecteur de tolérance entre les communautés. Leur disparition aboutira à l’exacerbation de l’intolérance et de la violence aux portes de l’Europe. C’est aussi l’intérêt des populations de cette région du monde. Les Chrétiens d’Orient ont toujours vécu en harmonie avec les Musulmans et les Juifs et ils doivent pouvoir continuer à vivre de façon conviviale et paisible avec toutes les communautés, afin de sauvegarder un Orient multiculturel, qui porte un message universel de paix, de dialogue fécond des cultures et de vivre-ensemble. La France et l’Europe doivent évaluer leur politique dans cette région du monde et prendre en compte ses impacts et ses conséquences pour les populations chrétiennes concernées. Les gouvernements de ces pays, à l’instar de leurs oppositions, doivent désormais être comptables de la survie et de la sécurité des Chrétiens. La France comme l’Europe doivent lier leur aide et leur appui certes à la démocratie, aux droits des femmes mais aussi à la défense des communautés chrétiennes et à leur droit de vivre leur différence dans un espace qu’ils habitent depuis près de deux millénaires. Pour signer la pétition: cliquer ICI (source Chrétiens d'Orient en Danger) "Que les musulmans dénoncent les violences faites aux chrétiens" Le 1 octobre 2013 Appel de Anwar Ibrahim, leader musulman de Malaisie « Les musulmans doivent dénoncer les atrocités faites aux minorités chrétiennes et défier ces musulmans qui combattent les chrétiens », a déclaré Anwar Ibrahim, membre du parlement et leadermusulman du parti d’opposition Pakatan Rakyat (PKR), en Malaisie, lors de la table-ronde consacrée à la cohabitation entre chrétiens et musulmans, dans le cadre de la rencontre internationale « le courage de l’espérance », organisée à Rome par la communauté de Sant’Egidio, le 30 septembre. Selon le leader malaisien « le respect de la dignité humaine n’est pas la tolérance, mais connaître et apprécier les différences des autres groupes religieux ». « Le problème dans le monde arabe est politique et non religieux », a-t-il dit, et le défi est d’y dire que « sans liberté et respect la paix ne peut exister ». Anwar Ibrahim est un homme politique de Malaisie qui a joué un rôle important dans les associations musulmanes de jeunes fondées sur la non violence. Dans les années 90 il a été ministre de l’éducation et des finances et plusieurs fois parlementaire. Il a travaillé à l’UNESCO et au Fonds monétaire international. Depuis 2008 il est à la tête du parti d’opposition Pakatan Rakyat (PKR). Pour plus d’informations sur la rencontre, le matériel, textes, photos. Traduction d'Océane Le Gall (Source Zenit) Contre l’antichristianisme : Marche à Paris le dimanche 20 octobre ! Tawadros II invite les Occidentaux à « lire les faits objectivement » Le 19 août 2013 Nous suivons le développement des évènements malheureux que subit l’Église Copte sur la terre de notre pays l’Égypte, et nous continuons à soutenir la police égyptienne, les Forces armées et les autres organisations du peuple égyptien visant à lutter contre les groupes violents armés, le terrorisme chez nous et à l’étranger, les attaques contre des entités étatiques et les églises paisibles, le fait de terroriser les citoyens coptes et musulmans, et ce à l’encontre de la religion, de la morale et de l’humanité. Bien que nous appréciions leur position sincère et amicale et leur compréhension de l’heuristique, nous déplorons le fort sophisme médiatique qui prévaut au sein des pays Occidentaux et nous les invitons à lire les faits objectivement sans tenter d’établir une couverture internationale ou politique à ces groupes terroristes et sanglants et à tous ceux qui y appartiennent, car ils essaient de semer la dévastation et la destruction dans notre cher pays. Nous invoquons l’ensemble des médias et l’engagement mondial à fournir la véritable image de ce qui se passe en toute transparence, droiture et honnêteté. Nous reconnaissons toutes les victimes tombées en martyrs et nous souhaitons la guérison à chaque blessé. Nous adhérons entièrement à l’unité nationale solide et rejetons formellement toute tentative d’entrainer le pays dans une querelle sectaire. De surcroit, nous considérons toute ingérence étrangère dans les affaires intérieures à l’Égypte comme inacceptable. De plus, lorsque la main du mal approche et brûle, tue et détruit, la main de Dieu, plus proche, protège, renforce et construit. Nous mettons notre foi dans l’aide divine par laquelle, l’Égypte et son peuple traverseront ces jours critiques de notre Histoire vers un avenir meilleur, un avenir illuminé par la justice, la paix et la démocratie que méritent les habitants de l’authentique vallée du Nil. Vive l’Égypte, libre et fière. Source : copte.fr 9 mois de christianophobie en France et en chiffres… Propos de Daniel Hamiche: " Je participai, ce midi, au déjeuner d’amitié française organisé au Palais de la Mutualité de Paris par l’ Alliance Générale contre le Racisme et pour le Respect de l’Identité Française et Chrétienne ( AGRIF ) fondée par Bernard Antony . On m’avait demandé, comme rédacteur en chef de ce ue, d’y prononcer quelques mots. Les voici…" Chers défenseurs de l’identité française et chrétienne, je voudrais, en quelques minutes, comme rédacteur du ue L’Observatoire de la Christianophobie, attirer votre attention sur l’ampleur des phénomènes de christianophobie dans notre pays, encore que ce ue “œcuménique” recense chaque jour et depuis le mois de mai 2010, les actes de christianophobie dans le monde entier. J’ai compilé, dans la nuit, les manifestations de christianophobie en France parmi les 1 243 articles publiés et lus 1,4 million de fois, entre le 1er janvier de cette année et le 30 septembre dernier, c’est-à-dire pendant les seuls 9 premiers mois de 2013 : ● Interruptions ou perturbations de Messes ou de cérémonies religieuses : 4 cas . ● Piratages informatiques de sites ou de ues chrétiens : 6 cas . ● Discriminations sociales ou professionnelles contre des chrétiens en raison de leur religion : 8 cas . ● Agressions contre des prêtres ou des religieux : 8 cas . ● Articles ou propos injurieux pour les chrétiens et la religion chrétienne dans les médias de la “bienpensance” : 11 cas . ● Tentatives d’incendies et incendies d’églises ou de lieux de culte chrétiens : 17 cas , quasiment deux par mois ! ● Profanations et actes de vandalisme de cimetières chrétiens : 25 cas , soit environ un tous les dix jours ! ● Profanations d’églises et actes de vandalisme contre et dans des lieux de culte chrétiens : 70 cas , un peu plus de deux par semaine ! ● Insultes publiques contre les chrétiens, blasphèmes publics contre le christianisme, vandalismes ou destructions de symboles ou d’objets chrétiens : 109 cas , environ un tous les deux jours ! Ces quelque 250 cas de manifestations publiques de christianophobie en France, autrement dit quasiment un cas par jour depuis le début de l’année et que j’ai signalés dans un article mis en ligne sur mon ue, ne sont que ceux que j’ai pu découvrir ou que, plus prosaïquement, j’ai eu le temps de traiter… Qu’on ne s’y trompe pas, les chiffres que je viens de vous signaler ne recouvrent pas la totalité des actes de christianophobie en France : ils ne sont que des prélèvements sur un phénomène plus ample, plus profond et en croissance constante. Chacun de ces cas, en soi intolérable, aurait pu donner lieu à une ferme dénonciation publique, voire à une action judiciaire. L’AGRIF est par vocation et statutairement fondée à dénoncer publiquement et à poursuivre pénalement ces innombrables attaques contre notre identité chrétienne, mais, pour cela, il lui en faut les moyens, il lui faut plus de “munitions” pour la bataille et plus d’hommes pour la mener. C’est l’appel que je lance en ce jour du trentième anniversaire de L’AGRIF, car en matière de christianophobie on ne doit rien lâcher, jamais, jamais, jamais… (source Christianophobie) Bienvenue · Welcome · Benvenuti · Bienvenidos
Les Trinitaires
SIT : Solidarité Internationale Trinitaire
Statuts de la SIT
L'Ordre de la Très Sainte Trinité (les Trinitaires) a créé en 1999 l'organe SIT : « Solidarité Internationale Trinitaire », et « SIT - France » en est la branche française. Les Trinitaires SIT : Solidarité Internationale Trinitaire Statuts de la SIT
Programme général de nos actions
Offrir des études à de jeunes chrétiens persécutés
Nos projets pour demain
Bilan des actions passées 2009-2011
Conférence Baltimore-Washington 2013
Conférence 1 : P. William Axe, O.SS.T
Conférence 3 : Halim M. Meawad, Cofondateur et directeur de Coptic Solidarity
Conférence 4 : P. Thierry Knecht, O.SS.T. Président du S.I.T. International
Conférence 5 : Tim Allen, NCR's senior correspondent
Conférence 6 : Elyse Bauer Anderson, Foreign Policy Director of Congressman Frank R. Wolf
Le SIT a cette triple mission d’ informer , de dénoncer et de soutenir . Informer les chrétiens libres car nous ne pouvons pas oublier ces frères des catacombes. Dénoncer auprès des autorités nationales comme internationales toute violation des articles 18 et 19 de la Déclaration universelle des Droits de l’homme. Soutenir par la prière et l’aide concrète. Programme général de nos actions Nos actions en cours Offrir des études à de jeunes chrétiens persécutés Nos projets pour demain Bilans des actions soutenues Bilan des actions passées 2009-2011 Nos conférences Conférence Baltimore-Washington 2013 Conférence 1 : P. William Axe, O.SS.T Conférence 3 : Halim M. Meawad, Cofondateur et directeur de Coptic Solidarity Conférence 4 : P. Thierry Knecht, O.SS.T. Président du S.I.T. International Conférence 5 : Tim Allen, NCR's senior correspondent Conférence 6 : Elyse Bauer Anderson, Foreign Policy Director of Congressman Frank R. Wolf
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Nos actions Nos conférences Conférence Baltimore-Washington 2013 : Conférence 1 : Why we're here Conférence 2 : The situation of the Coptic Christians in Egypt Conférence 3 : La liberté religieuse Conférence 4 : Five myths about anti-Christian persecution Conférence 5 : A Clarion call for the persecuted Church   (titres des images : précédent ; suivant ; usage au clavier : flèche gauche et flèche droite ; précédent ; suivant ; usage au clavier : flèche gauche et flèche droite)
» Nos actions » Nos conférences » Conférence Baltimore-Washington 2013 : Conférence 1 : Why we're here • Conférence 2 : The situation of the Coptic Christians in Egypt • Conférence 3 : La liberté religieuse • Conférence 4 : Five myths about anti-Christian persecution • Conférence 5 : A Clarion call for the persecuted Church Conférence 1 : Why we're here Why we're here (by P. William Axe, O.SS.T) Reading of Luke 4: 16-21. “ And he came to Nazareth, where he had been brought up. And as was his custom, he went to the synagogue on the Sabbath day, and he stood up to read. And the scroll of the prophet Isaiah was given to him. He unrolled the scroll and found the place where it was written,“The Spirit of the Lord is upon me,because he has anointed me to proclaim good news to the poor. He has sent me to proclaim liberty to the captives and recovering of sight to the blind, to set at liberty those who are oppressed, to proclaim the year of the Lord's favor.” And he rolled up the scroll and gave it back to the attendant and sat down. And the eyes of all in the synagogue were fixed on him. And he began to say to them, “Today this Scripture has been fulfilled in your hearing.”” Since I entered this community in 1968, this Gospel has been our dominant text. We read it for professions, ordinations, sometimes even for funerals. It seems to articulate in a holy way the work of God, which, as Dag Hammerskjold reminded us is our OWN WORK, and it seems to have been the basis for the inspiration of our founder, St. John de Matha. One of the drawbacks in our formation is that the founder left very little written legacy...just a Rule and a Seal. But, that is also our strength! Other communities are tied to copious documents of founders that clutter novitiate agendas, while ours is blessedly open. The beauty of no detailed writing from the founder is that it gives us the duty and the freedom to reinvent ourselves under his banner in each generation. But all dreaming and reinvention in any age needs to be theologically grounded. And our grounding scriptural texts have always been Luke 4, the Books of Exodus and the chapters in Isaiah known as Deutero-Isaiah by scholars--for it is in those sacred writings that the liberating work of God is so clearly made manifest. The Spirit of the Lord that was upon Jesus of Nazareth, the Christ of God, is the same spirit He breathed onto the disciples, gathered in fear, in the upper room of last Sunday’s Gospel, where that Spirit brought a trust that overcame fear, and unlocked the doors and unbarred the windows. That breath of the Christ was strong enough, we will soon learn in the Book of Acts to shake the house and put words of confidence in the mouths of those once-fearful apostles. That same Spirit is available to us, in this gathering. That is the promise of the Good News. “Why are we here?” was the topic assigned me to open this experience which we’ve designed to be both spiritual and educational--a cross between a retreat and a workshop. There are two ways to approach the answer to that question. The most obvious is to say that we are here because we ALL demanded it at the last provincial chapter. We unanimously passed, as one of the first, if not the first, resolutions we made, to have a retreat/educational experience like the one last year, that everyone who attended was raving about. YES YOU DID! You asked for this! WE asked for this. As people shared their experience of last year’s SIT meeting, an excitement built, and we asked for this, and we asked, as well, that a totally new apostolate be identified either having to do with the liberation charism or with the mercy charism, but one that would be vital and crystallize the energy of the young and inspire the old. So, that’s ostensibly why we’re here. We are here because the Chapter asked that this experience be in the first year of the administration--and with all of the international meetings taking place during this Jubilee Year of the deaths of our Founder and our Reformer, April seemed the only sensible month to host it. But, there IS, I think, another reason why we are here...Let’s face it, we know we need to re-examine who we are and who we wish to become--the statement we want to make with our religious commitment for the 21st century. We ALL know that something is lacking in our province’s religious life. Whether we name it as “zeal,” or “vitality,” or “energy,” or “vision,” or “cohesion,”--lots of different names can surface, but we know that something is lacking, and we saw at the Chapter how energy crystallized around this liberation topic. Do you think that perhaps God, Himself, is working with us 800 years later, just as steadily as He did with John in the late 1100’s? The spirituality of that time, enabled John to see clearly a vision of Christ Who wanted something new of His Church. Our spirituality, today, leads us not to see visions, but to simply sense a lack, and to look around to try to capture something “new” that will empower us again. Two different spiritualities, but, I think, the same Lord at work in it all. The Second Vatican Council asked all religious communities to re-examine their founding charism and to try to gradually re-orient their work and life to be true to the authentic “gift” to the Church they were founded to be, and for which the Church gave it’s official approval. We did that. We looked at the early works our community undertook, and we saw a two-fold aspect: FIRST: the liberation of the persecuted believer, one whose faith was in jeopardy. The 12th and 13th centuries were studies in dire persecution, as Christian participants in the various Crusades languished in prisons throughout northern Africa. We re-owned that history, proudly, and even had the page of the redemption record of our ransoming of Miguel de Cervantes in a later century framed and put on the wall of the first floor of the monastery! But we quickly moved to the SECOND ASPECT of our patrimony--the works of mercy...and we’ve done well with those: We’ve worked through various chaplaincies with prisoners, and with the mentally handicapped, and with the sick. We’ve run Loaves and Fishes to feed the poor, then Redeemer House and since it closed we’ve cooperated with various agencies in direct work with the poor, especially as we trained our younger friars. Through men with degrees in counseling, educational psychology, and family counseling, we’ve been of help to the emotionally disturbed. We’ve worked across ethnic and racial boundaries, language boundaries, and we, ourselves, have become a multi-cultural, multi-lingual congregation of men who courageously held our own in inner city parishes and we’ve worked with immigrant communities. We even tried our hand at missionary work in Papua New Guinea and in Toronto, which everyone KNOWS that Canada needs a LOT of mission work!!! Our High School has, over the years, become one of the top schools in the nation, and we try to inclulcate a spirit of service and caring in the young men we form, there. We have done so many wonderful things for so many people over the years. I think we should be proud, and I think God is probably very pleased at the service we’ve given. But, I think more is being asked of us. You are free to disagree with me, if you want, and I can’t imagine ANY position taken by anyone in our community not being challenged--that, too, is part of our strength. We accommodate difference--and are made up of men from the right to the left of the political/theological spectrum, so disagree if you will, but I think GOD, Himself, is asking us to look at our founding charism of the liberation of the persecuted believer--the one whose practice of the faith puts his or her very life in danger. Why do I say that? Because I look at the fraying of our membership--the loss of the younger friars....one by one they go. This one to a diocese, that one to another order, this one to marry, that one just leaves... Now, diminuation, especially in a Church as racked by scandal as ours has been over the past two and a half decades, is certainly to be expceted. But, we have been hit particularly hard. And i think one of the reasons---NOT THE ONLY ONE--but one singular reason--is that there is very little that holds us together--no zeal for a charism. We have some men who are teaching, doing chaplaincy, or counseling BUT, most of us are doing parish work--WHICH IS CERTAINLY NEEDED, don’t get me wrong--ALL OF THE THINGS WE ARE DOING ARE NEEDED. Our work is vital. BUT, MUCH OF IT IS NORMALLY done by diocesan priests. So, it is not long before a man says, “If I’m going to be a parish priest, why not get the salary, buy the house on the lake and the boat and the car? Why wear a habit to do what a diocesan priest does? NOW, I KNOW---I KNOW---when we look at the needs of the American Church, today, we need parish priests, and priests who aren’t making a career of climbing a hierarchical ladder! Our service is blessed--where I come from, we would call it “ anointed .” But , I think, God is doing things, right now, in our Church. I even think the priest shortage has a “Divine Imprint” on it, because I think God wants the ENTIRE CHURCH involved in mission--and that means the essential and irreplaceable work of the laity...so that, with fewer priests, they are HAVING TO STEP UP TO THE PLATE--the plate where they once always stood, certainly in the days of the New Testament, and the earlier centuries, before Father and Sister began to take on the work of mission leaving the laity to pay, pray and obey . AND , I think God is doing something with US TRINITARIANS ...I think He’s in the process of diminishing us, so that we involve laity in our work AND so that we are FORCED to ask ourselves, “Why are our young leaving us?” and “With so few of us left, WHO and WHAT can we be?” “Who and what do we WANT to be?” but most of all, ‘Who and what does GOD want us to be?” I think we are being called to look at that more difficult part of our patrimony, the ministry of a liberating and encouraging presence to the persecuted believer. It is hard work, it is dangerous work, it probably doesn’t pay a thing, and may even cost us money, but it is a chance to recognize our authenticity. And when that founding charism inspires us, even those of us who have no aptitude for leaving the States, and who intend to continue in the important works of mercy that we have developed so tirelessly over the years WILL BE INSPIRED to give a liberating spirit and spirituality TO those works of mercy--I don’t think we will do them the same way, again--whether it’s how we teach religion in our school, or how we run our service program for those students, or how we do chaplaincy. BEHOLD, I MAKE ALL THINGS NEW, says the Christ in the Book of Revelation. But as Dag Hammerskjold said, “The work of God is very much our own.” God makes all things new, by inspiring us with new energy, and THEN, because we use that new energy, “the face of the earth is renewed,” as the Psalmist put it. The other day, I was told, I think by Thierry, of an incident in Rome: Pope Benedict, when he saw our Fr. Javier from the General Council at a Vatican affair, stopped what he was doing, walked across the room and said to him, “Your community has a lot of work to do--vital work.” What did he mean? Let’s reflect on our world as the news reports it: Approximately 10 per cent of the 2 billion Christians in the world suffer persecution, said Gyula Orban, an official of ACN, the Catholic relief agency founded by Norbertine priest Fr. Werenfried Von Straaten. Orban told the ZENIT news agency, this means that some 200 million Christians suffer harsh repercussions because of their religion. 2005 Indonesian beheadings of Christian Girls : On 30 October 2005, Theresia Morangke (15), Alfita Poliwo (17) and Yarni Sambue (17) were beheaded by militants in the Poso region on the Indonesian island of Sulawesi an area plagued by sectarian violence since 2001. The teenagers were walking to a private Christian school in Central Sulawesi province with their friend Noviana Malewa, 15, when they were attacked by a group of six masked men armed with machetes. The attackers left one of the girls' heads outside a church. A note was left with the severed heads, which were dumped in plastic bags in the girls' village, which stated: " Wanted: 100 more heads, teenaged or adult, male or female A report presented in March to the United Nations in Geneva by the WEF, a global network of 160 million Evangelical Christians, also estimated that over 200 million Christians in at least 60 countries are denied fundamental human rights solely because of their faith. Moreover, persecution of Christians often serves as an indicator of the status of religious freedom for other minorities, since where Christians are persecuted, other religions tend also to suffer. A more startling figure on Christian persecution was published by the German news agency, IDEA. It claimed that since the crucifixion of Christ, more than 43 million Christians have been killed for their faith. A website called Christianpersecution.info had the following headlines on their page on March 12, 2013: - Pakistan Muslims torch 100 Christian homes; dozens injured; - Eritrea jails 125 Christians in campaign against "illegal" worship; - Iran jails two Christian converts as part of crackdown; - Nigerian Christians mourn their dead after massacre; - Sudan detains dozens of Christians-violence kills 60. Saudi Arabia The human rights advocacy group International Christian Concern (ICC) told the Christian Post that 35 Christian Ethiopians – men and women – were violently arrested in Jeddah in December 2011 while holding a prayer meeting in their home. The prisoners complained of being persecuted on account of their faith and of being pressured to convert to Islam, and the women reported undergoing a humiliating strip search. According to the ICC, one prisoner said, "The Muslim preacher vilified Christianity, denigrated the Bible and told us that Islam is the only true religion." Somalia: In September 2011 militants sworn to eradicate Christianity from Somalia beheaded two Christian converts. A third Christian convert was beheaded in Mogadishu in early 2012. Tunisia: A video aired on Egypt Today in 2012 showed the Muslim beheading of a young Tunisian man who adopted the Christian faith and refused to renounce it. Nigeria: The Boko Haram Islamist group has bombed churches and killed numerous Christians who they regard as kafirs (infidels). Zanzibar: In Muslim majority Zanzibar, there have been numerous attacks on churches. A bishop condemned the lack of action by the government. These are some headlines from the month of April--and today is only the 9th! Listen to this: CAIRO, EGYPT -- At least four Christians, all men, were killed and a church damaged in sectarian clashes just outside Egypt's capital, security sources confirmed Saturday, April 6. Yesterday’s NY Times says that the cathedral has been under attack for over a day. DHAKA, BANGLADESH -- Eleven of 16 Christian children who were rescued from Muslim traffickers in Bangladesh's capital Dhaka on January 2 have gone missing, raising concerns they were abducted and taken to Islamic training centers, a Christian rights group said. Police in India's southwestern city of Bangalore continued searching Thursday, April 4, for murder suspects after the priest and rector of a major Catholic seminary was found beaten to death. At least 18 people were injured Wednesday, April 3, when angry Muslims attacked a dozen Christian shops and churches in Pakistan's city of Gujranwala, Christians told BosNewsLife. Nigerian Christians appealed for prayers Tuesday, April 2, after Easter season violence in troubled central Nigeria left as many as 80 people dead and displaced some 4,500 others. North Korea is "the most hostile nation" in which to live and practice the Christian faith, according to Open Doors, a Christian advocacy and aid group which managed to bring tens of thousands of Bibles and aid packagers into the country. At least 100,000 or more Christians are languishing in camps for their refusal to worship nation founder Kim Il-Sung's cult, according to rights investigators. LAHORE, PAKISTAN -- A Pakistani appeals court on Wednesday, April 3, overturned the conviction and death sentence of Younis Masih, a Christian man who spent nearly eight years behind bars on charges of 'blasphemy'. Masih, 32, had been sentenced in May 2007 in the city of Lahore for making "derogatory remarks" about Islam's Prophet Mohammad. But there is no sign of his release! What will eventually happen to him? For Good Friday, we watch the Via Dolorosa in Jerusalem, and the Easter Vigil services in the same city keep us in rapt attention, just as at Christmas we watch the Mass in Bethlehem, BUT Christians are leaving the Middle East in droves! Today the indigenous Christians of the Middle East who see themselves as part of a 2,000-year continuum of the religion’s history are steadily disappearing in the land where the faith began. These Christian minority communities are dwindling in every corner of the modern Middle East. Pews are emptying in churches of the West Bank town of Bethlehem, where the Bible proclaims that Jesus was born; in Egypt, where the Holy Family fled the wrath of King Herod; in the northern Israel town of Nazareth, where it is believed he came of age as a young boy; in Jordan where Jesus was baptized on the banks of the Jordan River; in Lebanon, where he preached the gospel in the Phoenician town of Tyre; and in Jerusalem, where Christians believe God called upon Jesus to sacrifice his own life so that the sins of humanity could be forgiven. This Easter, two years after the tumultuous events of the so-called ‘Arab Spring’ toppled corrupt and brutal regimes in Egypt, Libya and Tunisia, unleashed war in Syria, and left other governments teetering with insecurity, is a particularly poignant and uncertain time for the indigenous Christians. The forces coming to power in the political vacuum left by these toppled regimes is giving rise to a regional form of political Islam that Christians fear is not boding well for the future of religious minorities like themselves. Gaza In 2007 the Gaza Strip had a tiny Christian minority of 2,500–3,000. The Hamas overthrow of the Palestinian Authority in Gaza during that year was accompanied by violent attacks against Christians and Christian holy sites by Islamic militants. In 2011 the Christian population of Gaza Strip was less than 1,400. A member of the Catholic faith told The Guardian that he was stopped by a Hamas official and told to remove a wooden crucifix he was wearing. Israel In Jerusalem, there have been instances of Christian churches being vandalized with spray-painted offensive remarks against Christianity including death threats. In a 2008 Tel Aviv incident, hundreds of copies of the New Testament, which had been handed out in the city (allegedly by Messianic Jews), were burned by three teenaged Orthodox students of Judaism. Uzi Aharon, the town’s deputy mayor, told CNN he had collected the New Testaments but that he did not plan for them to be burned.---But, by the same token, he collected them, rather than allow them to be distributed. A number of Ultra-Orthodox/Haredi youth have reportedly spat at Christian clergymen. Archbishop Aris Shirvanian, of Jerusalem's Armenian Patriarchate, says he personally has been spat at about 50 times in the past 12 years. In July 2012, a member of the Knesset, Michael Ben-Ari, videotaped himself tearing up a copy of the New Testament and throwing it in the trash. Ben-Ari referred to it as a "despicable book" that should be "in the dustbin of history". As a result, many of the Middle East’s indigenous Christians are emigrating to the West. They are flowing into immigrant pipelines to the Americas and Europe that have been established through the last two centuries, but which demographic experts and church historians say are flowing more steadily now than ever. I’ve been “all over the globe” on purpose, just to impress all of you with the urgency of the issue of Christian persecution, but I fear that the fast-paced citing of statistics and the jumping from one country to another hid some of the horror....NAMELY that a sizeable percentage of those suffering for Christ and our faith are WOMEN and CHILDREN--especially girl children. Later in the week, I’ve asked a friend of mine, Sr. Carol Rittner, a religious sister of Mercy, to speak with us. She is a professor and holder of a distinguished chair at Stockton College in Absecon, N. J.--a well-known author on the issue of torture and persecution which grew out of her early interest in the Holocaust--and has just finished her latest book on “RAPE AS A WEAPON OF WAR.” If we would be present to the Christians persecuted for their faith, we will also have to be prepared to deal with violated women and children, and the long-term psychological and spiritual repurcussions of such violation. World history has not been kind to women. Neither is much of present-day reality. This is our 21st Century world, and this is the arena in which we who’ve made our vows must live and pray our charismatic giftedness--the freeing message of John and the freeing spirituality of Felix, and the selfless holiness of our Reformer. In the New Testament, the Apostle Paul described some of the difficulties he endured some of which were for his faith and the preaching of the gospel. 2 Corinthians 11: 23-27 Are they ministers of Christ? (I speak as a fool) I am more; in labours more abundant, in stripes above measure, in prisons more frequent, in deaths oft. Of the Jews five times received I forty stripes save one. Thrice was I beaten with rods, once was I stoned, thrice I suffered shipwreck, a night and a day I have been in the deep; In journeyings often, in perils of waters, in perils of robbers, in perils by mine own countrymen, in perils by the heathen, in perils in the city, in perils in the wilderness, in perils in the sea, in perils among false brethren; In weariness and painfulness, in watchings often, in hunger and thirst, in fastings often, in cold and nakedness. This same suffering continuess in the Church today. Young people writing us for vocation material are excited about our charism, and want to do something “vital” with their lives. Even Popes see the need for our very charism. I think we see it, too, but I fear we find the prospect of reorganizing ourselves too overwhelming, so we content ourselves to continue watching the news and thinking, “we used to do that.” Or, there may be guys who are excited by the charism and want to do something, but they are afraid we’ll go into something half-cocked, and get in over our heads in stuff we haven’t thought through. Those are the two extremes--to do nothing, to do something rash and stupid. But, we really are intelligent men. We’ve all made it through graduate school, for Heaven’s sake! And, I know we can think our way into something marvelous, truly vital, and something blessed by God, for we will have listened to the Holy Spirit. Yes, I believe we all are capable of listening to the Holy Spirit--we are all flawed--each and every one of us--but we are also God’s treasured gift to each other , and as we seek the best for each other and for our international brotherhood, we will follow the Spirit’s lead--the Spirit will see to it. Pope Benedict, as we’ve seen, had faith in us, and hope for us. With the humble example of Pope Francis, and his emphasis on humble service, I think we can recreate ourselves from the bottom up! But, we are so few, you say. We can hardly cover what we have, now!, you say. We are salary driven, you say. The rabbis say, God makes us small--brings us to nothing--so that His Creation Power will be grasped by us as a “last straw.” Until we are small and nothing, we try to trust in our own wisdom. When we are brought low, we sense that God is our only strength and hope, and here we are, today-- hanging onto the hem of His garment! So why are we here? We are here to listen for the Inspiration of the Holy Spirit for our community. We are here to receive the input that will be essential to our re-thinking who and what we are. We are here to be in on the ground floor of our own re-creation. We are here because God has called us here--as only God can--by exciting us enough in a very dull Chapter Hall to want this, and to pass a resolution that it had to be done in the first year of the adminsitration. Look at us! We wouldn’t come up with that on our own!!!! That’s God at work among us. God has called us here, brought us here, and God will help us to figure out where to go from here. Before I cede the pulpit, and close, I’d like to take us to a text in the Book of Exodus--a text that is archetypal for any liberation work. It involves the instructions God gave to Moses at the Burning Bush. He said, “Go and tell the Israelites that I have seen their suffering, I have heard their cry, and I have come to deliver them. I have “seen,” --the eyes; I have “heard,” --the ears; I have “come,” --the feet, to “deliver,” --the hands. These are the quintessential works of God--to see our plight, to hear our cry of suffering, to come to us and to deliver us. And the “IMITATIO DEI” the “imitation of God” always involves those 4 umbrella categories. And so, I direct you to St. Paul’s letter to the Corinthians, where he speaks of the Church as the Body of Christ. There he speaks of a human body as an analogy for the Mystical Body of Christ, and he uses those organs: what if the eye said to the ear, I don’t need you? And he goes on, involving the foot and the hand. What he is saying to the Corinthian community is that to be the Christ who came to proclaim good news to the poor, liberty to captives, to give sight to the blind and to set at liberty those who are oppressed, we need to imitate the work of God--we need to see the world’s suffering, we need to hear its cries, we need to go to it, and we need to deliver it--but it is a mystical body of all the believers-- nobody does it all ! Some will be better at “seeing,” and documenting the suffering. Others will be better at “hearing,”--closely listening to the voices so as to interpet them to the world to bring about sympathy and change, others will be better at setting up operations on the ground, and others will be better at actually delivering the aid, and freeing the oppressed. This opens up the need for collaboration--not only inter-provincial collaboration, but collaboration throughout the Mystical Body of Christ--which, depending on your ecclesiology, could mean the entire human race! We need to work together with people who are already doing this work--who have been at it, and understand it, and know its intriacies. I’ve also asked another friend of mine, Sr. Deirdre Mullan, another Religious Sister of Mercy, who works at the UN to come to talk to us about what she does. Her work is not necessarily with the specific issue of “persecuted Christians,” but as she describes the broad possibilities of collaboration, we will be given, I hope, some new ideas for a borader paradigm for thinking about how to frame new thinking and new undertakings. My prayer is that in the information we are given, our souls will be moved to hear what is essential for us, and that our minds will be graced with a Wisdom from on High. And, I’m convinced that the spirits of John and Felix will be with us--just as excited now, as they were over 800 years ago--knowing that their dream is in good hands, faithful hands, as a new generation of friars seeks to serve the dream of the charism in the 21st century. And may God bless us all.