Louis Massignon the “Muslim Catholic”

Published on : 05/21/2020 – 19:15Modified : 05/21/2020 – 19:18 World Religions – Sunday May 24, 2020 – 11:10 am-12pm (Paris time) On the occasion of Eid el Fitr, review of this Ramadan 2020 at home and without a mosque with Youssouf Sangaré, lecturer in Islamology at Clermont-Auvergne University; Abdelali Mamoun, imam in Île-de-France and […]

“The World After” (2/2) – World Religions

Published on : 05/15/2020 – 00:54Modified : 05/15/2020 – 00:58 World Religions – Sunday, May 17, 2020 – 11:10 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. (Paris time) With Sylvie Bukhari de Pontual, President of CCFD-Terre Solidaire, Father Pierre-Alain Lejeune, priest of the diocese of Bordeaux and the Dr Ariel Toledano, doctor, author of numerous books on Jewish […]

“The World After” – World Religions

Published on : 05/08/2020 – 16:53 World Religions – Sunday, May 10, 2020 – 11:10 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. (Paris time) Even if the health crisis is still there and deconfinement is only the first phase of a slow return to normal life, “The World After” looming, what will it be? The question is on […]

The various faces of Ramadan 2020

Published on : 04/30/2020 – 22:36 World Religions – Sunday May 3, 2020 – 11.10-10.00 (Paris time) From the mother of a large family to overcrowded days with full-time children at home to the single 30-something single in his studio, passing by the disoriented old retirees to no longer meet friends at the mosque: this […]

Confined Ramadan: confiscated Ramadan? – World religions

Published on : 04/24/2020 – 11:24Modified : 04/24/2020 – 11:38 World Religions – Sunday April 26, 2020 – 11.10-10.00 (Paris time) Closed mosques, lack of imams from abroad, iftar, the breaking meal of the evening fast without neighbors, friends or extended family: then does Ramadan confined mean Ramadan confiscated? Besides the feeling of frustration and […]

King Henry VIII, the first brexiter in the history of England

Published on : 04/16/2020 – 16:49Modified : 04/16/2020 – 16:54 World Religions – Sunday April 19, 2020 – 11:10 am-12:00pm Paris Time (Replay) The divorce of Henri VIII with Catherine of Aragon and his marriage in 1533 with Anne Boleyn against the opinion of Pope Clement VII, at the origin of the schism with Rome, […]

Easter 2020: Easter 2.0

Published on : 04/10/2020 – 15:33 World Religions – Sunday April 12, 2020 – 11.10-10.00 a.m. (Paris time) With confinement, TV masses have an audience record. And on the web, parishes, religious communities, groups of young people have multiplied initiatives and shown great creativity to live connected this Lent 2020, Lent 2.0. Lent also solidarity […]

Spiritual portraits of some great and famous characters from this world

Published on : 04/02/2020 – 16:45 World Religions – Sunday April 5, 2020 – 11.10 a.m. – 12 p.m. (Paris time) “The great men and God“ (Éditions du Rocher), by Christine Goguet They are thirteen famous characters in various degrees of politics, literature, art, science, charity, sport, brought together in ” The great men and […]

Love, religion, parentage, horses: two novels and a story

Published on : 02/20/2020 – 19:36 The Blue Kippah, The Sleeper of Ephesus and a monk who whispers and prays in the ears of his horses at the contents of this summer program. (Replay of July 21, 2019) The blue kippah (Eyrolles), the first novel by David Allouche tells with humor and tenderness the crisis […]

The nuggets of the Angoulême Christian Comics Festival

Published on : 02/07/2020 – 00:09 World Religions – Sunday February 9, 2020 – 10:10 a.m. – 11:00 a.m. (Paris time) This is the album dedicated to Charles de Foucauld revisited by the scriptwriter Jean Dufaux and the designer Martin Jamar who received the Prize for Christian comics at the 47th Angoulême International Comics Festival […]