Thursday, June 13, 2013

Conference: "Squeezed between European and National Order: Is there Room for Christianity", in the Vatican City State, Friday, 28 June 2013.

 On Friday, 28 June 2013, the 2nd International Conference on Human Dignity, which this year will be held at the home of the Pontifical Academy for Social Sciences, at the Casina Pio IV, in the serene grounds of the Vatican City State. If you are interested, you can register you can register here

The title of the Conference, which is being generously supported by the ECPM and the Novae Terrae Foundation, is: “Squeezed between European and national legal orders: Is there room for Christianity?”
 

The conference programme you can find The conference programme you can find here  It is important to note, because of the security demands regarding the venue, all participants must register in advance. We are expecting an important attendance with politicians, NGOs, clergy and academics from all over Europe already confirmed.


The Dignitatis Humanae Institute was formed in the European Parliament in 2008 as a reaction to the rising militant secularism seen in Europe today, and it exists to do three things. The first is to promote recognition of the reality that Man is made in the image and likeness of God. The second is to insist that this image and likeness is present in every single human person from conception until natural death. The third is to suggest that the best means of authentically promoting this recognition is through the active participation of the Christian Faith in the public square.



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