Monday poetry: today, “hello madam. Are you having a pleasant stay? ”

It is a minority vein, but very present in French poetry today: some authors strive to give an account of the social reality of work. It is Joseph Ponthus who recounts his experience of the factory in At the line, Fabienne Swiatly who gives voice to women who are said to be invisible: cleaners, cashiers, […]

Eastern Christians: between memory and hope

Published on : 03/19/2020 – 20:16 World Religions – Sunday March 22, 2020 – 10.10-11.00 am Paris time In his book ” Minorities of the East / The Forgotten of History “(Éditions du Rocher), the arabic journalist Tigrane Yégavian proposes a new reading of the minority fact in the East by looking back on a […]

United lays out dire situation for airlines

The Latest on the coronavirus pandemic, which has infected more than 168,000 people and killed more than 6,400. The COVID-19 illness causes mild or moderate symptoms but most people, but severe symptoms are more common in the elderly or people with other health conditions. Nearly 76,000 people have recovered from it so far, mostly in […]

Coronavirus measurements put new limits on daily life

People around the world on Sunday were adjusting to a new reality of life during the coronavirus pandemic, as more restrictive government and business restrictions restricted travel, shopping, elections and even religious services. Governments have imposed a series of measures to limit the meetings of large numbers of people in an attempt to slow the […]

Francis, the obstinate reformer – Religions du monde

Published on : 3/12/2020 – 5:43 pmModified : 3/12/2020 – 5:44 p.m. World Religions – Sunday March 15, 2020 – 10.10-11 am (Paris time)) On March 13, 2013, Francis was elected pope. Restoring order in the Roman Curia, giving new impetus to the life of the Church: by appointing the Archbishop of Buenos Aires, the […]

Americans draw attention to the virus when major events are canceled

A basketball tournament, without fans. A St. Patrick’s day, without parades. University campus, without students. Company headquarters, with sterile cubicles. The nation came back to attention on Wednesday when the new coronavirus was declared a pandemic, stocks slid into bear market territory, and the American public finally began to face the outbreak. President Donald Trump […]

The Catholic bishop of Broome, Chris Saunders, stands out from the position News in Australia

One of the tallest members of the Catholic Church in Australia, Bishop of Broome Chris Saunders, voluntarily distinguished himself from his position amid serious accusations. On Wednesday, the archbishop of Perth, Timothy Costelloe, said Saunders “voluntarily moved away” from his position after the Vatican announced an internal investigation into the diocese. It arrives as reported […]

“A son”, Tunisia without liver or law

The strength ofA son, the first feature by Tunisian Mehdi M. Barsaoui, is mainly due to the skill of his script, which manages to intertwine many social, political and moral questions in a single family drama. A Tunisian good society couple and their son are targeted by a group of terrorists whom they have the […]