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 everyone’s mind. World Religions questions observers who are aware of the religious fact, as well as civil society actors committed in the name of their faith in building a society more respectful of man and his environment.
– Laurent Landete, Deputy Director of the Collège des Bernardins and former moderator general of the Emmanuel Community
– Philippe Royer, president of EDC, movement of Entrepreneurs and Christian leaders
– Eric Senanque, RFI correspondent in the Vatican on the interventions of Pope Francis since the beginning of the health crisis, in particular the call for the cancellation of the debt of the poor countries affected by the coronavirus
– Jean-François Bensahel, president of the Copernic Synagogue and co-president of “Judaism on the move” for his book: Confronting the new world: an epistle to Paul and to our contemporaries (Odile Jacob) released last fall and that the coronavirus crisis has just updated
– Didier Leschi, former director of the Interior Ministry’s Office of Worship on the issue of Muslim squares. Covid-19 prevented the repatriation of deceased Muslims to their country of origin, triggering an acute lack of space in Muslim squares. The health crisis could be an opportunity for Muslim officials to rethink the question of burial other than in terms of sectarian separation in communal cemeteries.