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  Latin Patriarch of Jerusalem - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Latin Patriarch of Jerusalem is the title given to the Latin Rite Roman Catholic Archbishop of Jerusalem.
The Latin Patriarch controlled the Latin quarter of the city of Jerusalem (the Holy Sepulchre and the immediate surroundings), and had as his direct suffragans the bishops of Lydda-Ramla, Bethlehem, Hebron, and Gaza, and the abbots of the Temple, Mount Sion, and the Mount of Olives.
The residence of the Patriarch is in the Old City of Jerusalem, while the seminary, which is responsible for the liturgical education, was moved to Beit Jala, a town 10 km south of Jerusalem, in 1936.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Latin_Patriarch_of_Jerusalem   (557 words)

 Wikipedia: Latin Patriarch of Jerusalem
The Latin Patriarch of Jerusalem is one of the Roman Catholic "patriarchs of the east".
The Patriarchate of Jerusalem is the oldest of Eastern Catholic Patriarchates, and the only one that still follows the Latin Rite.
With the destruction of the Kingdom in 1291 the Latin Patriarchate was no longer needed, however the church continued to appoint honorary Patriarchs who were based at St. Lawrence outside the Walls Basilica in Rome.
www.factbook.org /wikipedia/en/l/la/latin_patriarch_of_jerusalem.html   (231 words)

 Patriarch of Jerusalem - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Orthodox Patriarch of Jerusalem, who is one of nine highest-ranking Eastern Orthodox bishops, called patriarchs
The Latin Patriarch of Jerusalem, who is the Roman Catholic Archbishop of Jerusalem.
The Armenian Patriarch of Jerusalem, who in addition to representing the interests of his own church, is in communion with the other churches of the Oriental Orthodox communion.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Patriarch_of_Jerusalem   (187 words)

 Latin Patriarch of Jerusalem   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
A Catholic hierarchy was established in the Kingdom a Latin Patriarch.
The of the Patriarchate is in the Old of Jerusalem while the Seminary which is responsible for the liturgical education was moved to Beit Jala town 10 km south of Jerusalem in 1936.
Prior to the crusades the archbishop of had traditionally been under the control of patriarch of Antioch but Tyre was part of the of Jerusalem rather than the Principality of so it was claimed by the patriarch Jerusalem.
www.freeglossary.com /Latin_Patriarch_of_Jerusalem   (787 words)

 GBGM Feature
The title "Patriarch" is an honorary title given to the bishops of the Eastern (Orthodox tradition) and the Western (Catholic tradition) churches of certain historically important cities, including Jerusalem, Antioch, Rome, Alexandria and Constantinople.
The Latin Patriarch, Michel Sabbah, was born in Nazareth, in 1933.
In 1964 the Latin Patriarch was named youth director for the Latin Patriarchate of Jerusalem, and in 1966, he was appointed director of education.
gbgm-umc.org /global_news/full_article.cfm?articleid=1318   (1394 words)

 Latin Patriarchate, Dec. 2004
Patriarch Michel Sabbah said that the birth of Jesus reminds believers that Christ is the Prince of Peace.
JERUSALEM, DEC. 21, 2004 (Zenit.org).- Peace in the Holy Land is a possibility but it should not be "held hostage" by those who insist on resorting to violence, says a patriarch in his Christmas message.
Jerusalem (AsiaNews/Agencies) — In his traditional Christmas message Mgr Michel Sabbah, Latin Patriarch of Jerusalem, writes that this year the anniversary of Christ’s birth seems to be announcing “days of peace”.
www.mliles.com /catholicsholyland/newslatin2004dec.shtml   (2659 words)

 News from Jerusalem, 18 to 25 December 1999   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Latin Patriarch Michel Sabbah, who will celebrate the mass, arrived in Bethlehem in a cortege from Jerusalem's Old City on Friday afternoon escorted by flag-bearing Palestinian police on horseback, making slow progress into the centre of town because of the crowds.
Michel Sabbah left Jerusalem's Old City via the Jaffa Gate at the head of a convoy of cars escorted by Israeli police and military forces en route to the border of Palestine-held Bethlehem, where Jesus Christ was born 2,000 years ago.
JERUSALEM, 19 DECEMBER 1999 (SUNDAY) - A delegation from the Vatican staged a four-day visit to the Holy Land to prepare for the millennium visit by Pope John Paul II, a source at the Latin Patriarchate in Jerusalem said Sunday.
www.bma-alqods.org /englishsite/news0032.htm   (10197 words)

 Latin Patriarch Urges Palestinian State
JERUSALEM, OCT. 3, 2000 (ZENIT.org).- As a sixth day of violence gripped the West Bank and Gaza, the Latin patriarch of Jerusalem urged the establishment of a Palestinian state to ensure stability in the region.
Patriarch Michel Sabbah told the Italian newspaper "Avvenire," "The painful and bloody events we are living through, as a consequence of the provocation of religious feelings in the Haram As-Sharif (noble area of the mosques), tell us one thing: the Palestinian people demand life and liberty.
Palestinian Jerusalem must be the capital of Palestine, and West Jerusalem the capital of Israel.
www.khsnsw.org /SITHL/lpurgespalstate.html   (580 words)

 The Order's Grand Magisterium
ctually, from 1496 until the restoration of the Latin Patriarchate in 1847, faithful custodians of the Holy Land conferred the honors of Knighthood on the deserving.
Pope Pius IX in December 1847 transferred to the Latin Patriarch of Jerusalem the right to appoint Knights of the Holy Sepulchre, and to act as Grand Master.
The highlight of the Patriarch's reign was the Eucharistic Congress of 1893 held ill the co-Cathedral of the Most Holy Name of Jesus.
www.holysepulchre.net /grand_magisterium.htm   (1592 words)

 The Catholic Communications Office
His Beatitude Michel Sabbah, the Latin Patriarch of Jerusalem and President of Pax Christi International, today held a meeting with Dr Javier Solana, High Representative of the European Union for the Common Foreign and Security Policy, in Brussels.
The Patriarch was accompanied by Etienne De Jonghe, Secretary General of Pax Christi International, and Mgr Noël Treanor, Secretary General of the Commission of the Bishops’ Conferences of the European Community (COMECE).
As the Latin Patriarch of Jerusalem, Michel Sabbah is the spiritual leader of the Catholic community in the Holy Land.
www.catholiccommunications.ie /News/news-october-2002.html   (2203 words)

 December, 9th to 16th - Church News
Patriarch Sabbah recalled in his words the birth of the Lord Jesus, underlining the message of peace brought by his coming.
Patriarch Sabbah expressed as well that Israel is in some way responsible because of its negligence, since it has «done nothing to avoid injustice (…) in the conflict between Christians and Muslims in Nazareth and in a great part of Galilee».
The Latin Patriarch of Jerusalem focused his attention as well on the recent attack over Iraq, saying that «an entire people are being held hostage in a global political conflict».
www.eclesiales.org /english/archive/9812-3.htm   (7700 words)

 Latin Patriarch of Jerusalem - Michel Sabbah
In his Easter Message in Jerusalem, 4 April 1999, Patriarch Michel Sabbah reminded his listeners that "The message of Easter is the message of the Risen Lord, of his triumph over sin and death.
Jerusalem, and all the Holy Land, is always waiting for a true resurrection of all its inhabitants, a resurrection with which we can see God on this land, which fill us with the Spirit of God, the spirit of justice, reconciliation and love."
The Patriarch, a Nazareth Palestinian born as a refugee from Nazareth in Beit Jala, near Bethlethem, was at the camp to celebrate the end of the Summer Youth Camps in Palestine.
www.newcreation.ch /HolyLand/patriarch.htm   (1008 words)

 Catholic World News : Latin Patriarch Of Jerusalem Calls For Return To Peace Talks
JERUSALEM, Oct. 27, 00 (CWNews.com) - The Latin-rite Patriarch of Jerusalem, Michel Sabbah, called for a return to peace talks and an end to violence in the Holy Land as he toured sites of violence this week.
The patriarch was in the West Bank town of Beit Jalla, a Christian village, which has been the centerpoint of Israeli tank fire and Palestinian small-arms action.
Patriarch Sabbah, a Palestinian, called on both sides to return to the negotiating table.
www.cwnews.com /news/viewstory.cfm?recnum=14132   (300 words)

 [No title]   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Patriarch Michel Sabbah made that point at the recent chapter of the Franciscan Custody of the Holy Land, held in Amman.
The faithful must be educated to love and edify their societies, the Latin patriarch of Jerusalem said.
The patriarch of Jerusalem acknowledged that "the situation is complex from the psychological, religious and political point of view," but it is here where "the Christian religious education given to our young people as well as to adults [...] must help to clarify, analyze and make correct decisions."
www.catholic.org /printer_friendly.php?id=9232§ion=Cathcom   (532 words)

 Latin Patriarchate, March 2004
JERUSALEM (CNS) -- By living with oppression and fear, Catholics in the Holy Land have an intrinsic understanding of Lent's message of love and repentance, said the Latin-rite patriarch of Jerusalem.
Patriarch Michel Sabbah issued a two-part message for Lent, with the first section devoted exclusively to the need for prayer, fasting, and spiritual renewal.
The conflict in the Holy Land is severely handicapping the mission of the Church, the Patriarch continued.
www.mliles.com /catholicsholyland/newslatin2004march.shtml   (964 words)

 FrontPage magazine.com :: Patriarch of Terror by Joseph D'Hippolito
Michel Sabbah, the Latin Patriarch of Jerusalem, has praised jihad, justified suicide bombing, and led marches at the behest of the late Yasser Arafat — leading some to question whose bidding the patriarch is doing.
During that visit, the patriarch placed a wreath on a memorial to so-called “martyrs.” He then maintained that the right of return is “an existing fact that cannot be given up,” and declared that Israel’s “extracting our rights in all circumstances is a form of jihad” against the Palestinians.
The patriarch engaged in a worldwide PR effort for terrorists during the seven-week stalemate between Palestinian gunmen and the Israeli army at Bethlehem's Church of the Nativity in 2002 — although his testimony was contradicted by others in his church.
www.frontpagemag.com /Articles/ReadArticle.asp?ID=16525   (1475 words)

 Latin patriarch: Mideast leaders unable to make peace should step aside   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Latin Patriarch Michel Sabbah said he believes the principal responsibility for peace rests with Israel.
Sabbah, the Latin Patriarch of Jerusalem since 1987 and the first Palestinian to hold the title, normally reserves his sharpest criticism for Israel.
The survey of 1,200 Palestinians in the West Bank and Gaza was done by the JMCC polling firm between Dec. 8 and 12 and has a margin of error of 3 percentage points.
www.sfgate.com /cgi-bin/article.cgi?file=/news/archive/2002/12/18/international1502EST0665.DTL&type=printable   (810 words)

 Latin Patriarch launches Christmas celebrations
The Latin Patriarch of Jerusalem Michel Sabah (C) blesses the faithful at the entrance of the Nativity Church in the West bank town of Bethlehem, according to tradition the birthplace of Jesus, on Christmas eve, Friday 24 December 2004, during Christmas celebrations.
Jerusalem - Latin Patriarch of Jerusalem Michel Sabah arrived at Bethlehem's Church of the Nativity Saturday, completing his procession from Jerusalem to usher in Christmas celebrations in the town of Jesus' birth.
Jerusalem - Latin Patriarch of Jerusalem Michel Sabah arrived at...
news.monstersandcritics.com /middleeast/article_1071264.php/Latin_Patriarch_launches_Christmas_celebrations   (447 words)

 BBC News | MIDDLE EAST | Bethlehem call for unity
The message from the Latin Patriarch of Jerusalem, Michel Sabbah, came after months of unprecedented tension between Muslims and Christians in Nazareth, a predominantly Arab city in northern Israel.
The Patriarch was also conciliatory towards Israel - which he has often criticised for its treatment of Palestinians.
Patriarch Sabbah also hailed the Pope's visit to the Holy Land which is due to take place in March - the first since 1964.
news.bbc.co.uk /1/low/world/middle_east/578227.stm   (416 words)

 HIS BEATITUDE MICHEL SABBAH   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
1991 Third pastoral letter for the centenary of father Youssef Tannous, of the patriarchal clergy, founder of the Nuns of the Rosary.
Began his studies at the Latin Patriarchal Seminary of Beit Jala in (Bethlehem) in October 1949.
1964 Responsible of the youth in the latin patriarchal diocese of Jerusalem
www.opuslibani.org.lb /egliseeng/011/sabbah.html   (193 words)

 CHRISTMAS AMID THE RUINS   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Hours after the Latin patriarch of Jerusalem conveyed a message of peace and tolerance to hundreds of people attending a Christmas Eve mass in Bethlehem, a Hamas member was killed on Christmas morning in a firefight with Israeli soldiers.
The fresh violence came as Latin Patriarch Michel Sabbah delivered his midnight mass sermon in Bethlehem, calling for tolerance in spite of the military occupation which cast a pall on the annual celebrations.
The patriarch denounced Israel for its siege of Bethlehem and of “every Palestinian city”, which he said “cannot be justified”, and could not “bring [Israel] the security it yearns for”.
www.mmorning.com /article.asp?Article=4854&CategoryID=6   (2285 words)

 patriarcharticle   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
The Significance of Jerusalem for Christians and of Christians for Jerusalem, by Patriarch Michel Sabbah, January 21,
Delegation of the secretariat of theIsrael Interfaith Association met with the Latin Patriarch of Jerusalem,
Patriarch Sabbah speech at the Banquet in Altlanta, June 14, 2001
www.al-bushra.org /latpatra/patriarcharticle.htm   (409 words)

 Publications - Jerusalem Letter 2003   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
This is a privilege exclusive to the Consul General of France in recognition of the role of France as the Protector of the Latin Church in the Middle East.
He came to Jerusalem as a Dominican novice in 1900, and once M.-J. Lagrange noted his extraordinary talents, it was decided that he should remain as a member of the faculty.
When Latin was abandoned as the language of the major courses in the Faculty of Theology, Barthélemy exhibited extraordinary skill in manipulating Swiss national and cantonal politicians to agree to the creation of French and German speaking sections.
ebaf.op.org /publi/en/lj2003.html   (13200 words)

 Michel Sabah, the Latin Patriarch of Jerusalem, on 50th Anniversary of his Ordination as a Priest   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Michel Sabah, the Latin Patriarch of Jerusalem, had not planned to mark the 50th anniversary of his ordination as a priest this way.
This week, on his return from a visit to the United States, where the Palestinian-Christian community held celebrations in his honor, he set out for Shfaram to comfort the families of the four people killed there last week, two of whom were Christian.
But since I have served as Patriarch, the Palestinians have been the occupied and oppressed and you have been the occupiers and oppressors.
www.palestine-pmc.com /details.asp?cat=6&id=86   (2142 words)

 Palestine News Agency-Wafa   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
The Patriarch planted an olive tree in front of the Israeli soldiers garrisoning the Apartheid Wall in the village, after a religious service with Aboud's Palestinian Catholic Community.
The Patriarch led a short worship and then planted the olive tree, symbol of the hundreds of trees that will be destroyed by the work for the Special Israel Security Arrangement Area near Bet Arye and Ofarim colonies.
The Patriarch affirmed: "With our faith and love, we demand the disappearance of the Wall and we affirm that is a mistake and an attack against our lands and our properties, a mistake and an attack against friendly relationship among the two people.
english.wafa.ps /body.asp?id=4851   (378 words)

 The Rattler Student Newspaper   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Latin Patriarch of Jerusalem, Archbishop Michel Sabbah shakes President Charles Cotrell?s hand and accepts his honorary Ph.D., from St. Mary?s.
Though the majority of the St. Mary?s student population may not have noticed, on Monday, Sept. 20, our campus was honored with the presence of a major player on the stage of world peace.
The Archbishop holds the title of Latin Patriarch of Jerusalem, and has frequently been recognized as a leader for peace in the Holy Land.
www.stmarytx.edu /rattler/story.php?id=244&archived=yes   (469 words)

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