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The French pilgrimage will also visit Constantine, in what was once the Diocese of Hippo, the see of St. According to officials, no more than 5, Christians, including expatriates, live in the country of 33 million.

But now there is a new attempt. They had provided free medical care, a service that is now deeply missed by the locals. Christian scholars say the monks’ humanitarian work serving the impoverished district remains an example of inter-faith cooperation that has international importance in an age of increasing religious polarisation. The monks had worked among the people in the poor district.

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Les moines de Tibhirine. In a courtyard of the monastery, set amid valleys and forests once infested by Islamist guerrillas during Algeria’s years of strife, Gaci and Barbarin led prayers calling for brotherhood and dialogue between Muslims and Christians.

In the s, the Trappists at Our Lady of Atlas monastery – the only monastery in Algeria – decided to stay on despite threats against them by militants. More thanpeople were killed in ensuing fighting. The monks had worked among the people in the poor district.

The seven monks were among several Trappists who decided to stay on at the monastery in Tibhirine village despite threats against them by Islamist militants, because their neighbours depended on them for food and care.

The monks left the country for Morocco inafter the murder of 7 French Trappists.

Cardinal Barbarin was on a tour of the country with Azzedine Gaci, the president of the Rhone-Alpes Regional Muslim Council, in an effort to promote inter-religious understanding. Join Date Jan Posts 0. Christian scholars say the monks’ humanitarian work serving the impoverished district remains an example of inter-faith cooperation that has international importance in an age of increasing religious polarisation.

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Algerian officials, French Muslim-Catholic delegation discuss religious dialogue. After the slayings, Bishop Pierre Claverie of Oran – who himself would be killed by a bomb later the abdekkader year – reported that several Trappists had chosen to stay in the monastery praying for Algeria despite the knowledge that they were likely terrorist targets.

The delegation is in Algeria on pilgrimage to the abbey of Notre Dame of Atlas, once home to seven French monks that were kidnapped and later beheaded by Islamist terrorists in Last Jump to page: The cardinal called for prayers for this new effort, especially since previous attempts at establishing a new community have failed. The monastery, the only one in Algeria, was abandoned after abdeliader murder and the surviving members of the Tibhirine community moved to Morocco.

Les moines de Tibhirine Printable View. The French pilgrimage will also visit Constantine, in what was once the Diocese of Hippo, the see of St.

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Trappists plan return to Algeria. Seven were eventually abducted in March and killed two months later by the guerrillas of the Armed Islamic Group, after France refused to negotiate the release of Algerian-Islamist detainees. They had provided free medical care, a service that is now deeply missed by the locals. In a courtyard of the monastery, set amid valleys and forests once infested by Islamist guerrillas during Algeria’s years abdelkaeer strife, Gaci and Barbarin led prayers calling for brotherhood and dialogue between Muslims and Christians.

It’s necessary to ask God’s forgiveness,” said Barbarin. The monastery, the only one in Algeria, was abandoned after the murder and the surviving members of the Tibhirine community moved to Morocco. Guerrillas of the Armed Islamic Group said they had slit their throats after Paris refused to negotiate a release of Islamist detainees of Algerian extraction.

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Guerrillas of the Armed Islamic Group said they had slit their throats after Paris refused to negotiate a release of Islamist detainees of Livte extraction. Almost all the million strong Christian community fled at independence from France in and only a handful of churches remain. Monks may make post-war return to Algeria – cardinal. There have been attempts in the past 11 years which came to nothing. The visit to Tibhirine was lvire highlight of a joint tour of Algeria made by Barbarin and Azzedine Gaci, president of the Rhone-Alpes Regional Muslim Council, in an effort to promote inter-religious understanding and tolerance.

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Results 1 to 7 of The seven monks were among several Trappists who decided to stay on at the monastery in Tibhirine village despite threats against them by Islamist militants, because their abdelkaser depended on them for food and care.

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Trappists plan return to Algeria. The visit to Tibhirine was the highlight of a joint tour of Algeria made by Barbarin and Azzedine Gaci, president of the Rhone-Alpes Regional Muslim Council, in an effort to promote inter-religious understanding and tolerance.

They were abducted from the monastery on March 26 and killed two months later. The now-abandoned monastery is located near Medea, about 45 miles south of Algiers. Trappists want to restore Algerian licre monastery.

Cardinal Philippe Barbarin of Lyon is leading the February 21 pilgrimage, which will visit the abbey of Notre Dame of Atlas, once the home of the 7 monks who were kidnapped and later beheaded by Islamic terrorists in The time now is Cardinal Barbarin was on a tour of the country with Azzedine Gaci, the president of the Rhone-Alpes Regional Muslim Council, in an effort to promote inter-religious understanding. French Catholics, Muslims join in pilgrimage to Algeria.

Seven were eventually abducted in March and killed two months later by the guerrillas of the Armed Islamic Group, after France refused to negotiate the release of Algerian-Islamist detainees. More thanpeople were killed in ensuing fighting.

Now we have to pay at state clinics and the care isn’t good. The cardinal called for prayers for this new effort, especially since previous attempts at establishing a new community have failed.