displayComments:true! Tel Aviv Catholic church serves growing migrant community By Indrani Basu And John Albert | Religion News Service, TEL AVIV, Israel Many of the locals living around 33 Shivat Zion St. in the southern end of this booming Mediterranean city havent heard of the new church in their midst. The facade is plain cement, and theres no sign hanging outside.
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The referendum will be debated at tomorrows session. In her letter to the Assembly, the (visit) Queen said: In this important year of referendum we pray that whatever the outcome, people of faith and people of goodwill will work together for the social good of Scotland. We recognise too the important role that the church can play in holding the people of Scotland together, in healing divisions and in safeguarding the interests of the most vulnerable. The Queen also recognised the Churchs role in welcoming the people of Commonwealth countries to Scotland during this summers Games. The Church said: We sincerely appreciate Your Majestys thoughts as to the Churchs role in welcoming those who will visit Scotland this summer as competitors and spectators.
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