It is Christmas… the Prince of Peace is born

Submitted by munir on Sat, 12/24/2022 - 13:29

With the world celebrating Christmas, the birth of the Prince of Peace, the Catholic Center for Studies and Media (CCSM) in Jordan coveys heartfelt wishes to His Holiness Pope Francis, to Latin Patriarch of Jerusalem His Beatitude Pierbattista Pizzaballa, to Latin Patriarchal Vicar for Jordan Bishop Jamal Daibes, to all clerics and nuns, as well as to the entire humanity.

Lebanon: The Catholic Church takes the lead in supporting education

Submitted by munir on Tue, 12/13/2022 - 10:42

High-quality education is one of the major cornerstones for any country's progress and advancement in all walks of life, whereby without attaining such a goal nations would sink into the abyss of stagnation with a bleak future looming in the horizon. Furthermore, a nation with people of low-quality education can never compete with other nations that exploit knowledge in the service and prosperity of their peoples.


A plan to develop land adjacent to Baptism Site

Submitted by munir on Mon, 12/12/2022 - 10:06

I was delighted days ago to participate in the ceremony honored by His Majesty King Abdullah II and Crown Prince Al Hussein Ibn Abdullah II which marked the launching  of a master plan to develop a land in the vicinity of the Baptism Site. Indeed, it was an event that brings about benefits to our country, relevant to Jordan, namely the holy land, the holy soil, and of course the holy water.


Advent… a time to remember the bright message of divine salvation

Submitted by munir on Sun, 12/04/2022 - 16:31

As the world marks the Advent Season in preparation for celebrating the divine birth of Lord Jesus Christ, the Savior of the world, peoples worldwide look forward to Christmas with eyes full of hope for the advent of global peace and mercy in line with the teachings of the Prince of Peace.


This is the period when the faithful plead the Almighty Lord for the attainment of global peace as well as for solving the world's chronic diseases represented in violence, wars, starvation, food shortages, unemployment, poverty, and diseases.