Paris, St. Pierre de Chaillot, Friday, April 6, 2012, Way of the Cross
Good Friday - April 6, 2012 - Brother Alois will lead the Way of the Cross of the Champs Elysees, organized by the parish of St. Pierre de Chaillot. He will be joined by brothers of the community and young people from different continents, representing the diversity and universality of the Church. The theme for this way of the cross is “trust in God and solidarity between people”. The various stations will be punctuated by meditations read by young people from different countries.
All are invited to join the Way of the Cross which is also part of the Ecumenical Association Etoile-Champs Elysées.
Participants will gather at 12:00 at Rond-Point des Champs Elysees (Metro: Franklin Roosevelt). The procession will go along the Avenue Montaigne, Place de l’Alma and the Avenue Marceau. Arrival at Saint-Pierre de Chaillot is scheduled for 14:00.
Countries currently represented by young people reading the meditations are Korea, China, India, Ivory Coast, Cape Verde, Brazil, Chile, Haiti and Lebanon. If you are between 18 and 35 and want to participate, please contact us.
Lourdes, St. Peter city, Saturday, April 21, 2012, national gathering of the chaplaincy of the Gypsies and Travellers
The brother(s) present will lead a workshop on prayer, and an evening prayer on Saturday. For more information, contact aumonerie.gitans cef.fr
25-35 years in Taizé, Saturday, 28 April - Tuesday 1 May, 2012
The idea was launched by young adults in Paris to meet at Taizé for the long weekend of May 1st. A special programme for 25-35 year-olds will be offered. Linking up for travel is being arranged from different cities in France.
Information and registration: Marine and Caroline Maury Clerchon
Paris, Friday 23 - Sunday, November 25, 2012, Floral Park, Social Weeks of France
Session of the Social Weeks of France, a place of training, discussion and proposals on major social issues. The discussion will focus this year on "men and women in society".
Brothers will be present in the chapel to lead three prayers each day, during the morning break, at lunchtime and in the afternoon.