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10. November 2009

Assemblée plénière d’automne de la COMECE, 18 -20 Novembre 2009

COMECE Press 10/11/2009

Assemblée plénière d'automne de la COMECE. Thème principal: "Après la ratification du Traité de Lisbonne et la décision de la Cour Constitutionnelle allemande: Quel avenir pour l'intégration européenne ?"

11. October 2009

Gdansk: Message final des premières Journées sociales catholiques pour l'Europe

COMECE Press 11/10/2009

Les premières Journées sociales catholiques pour l'Europe ont réuni des délégations de 29 pays européens, à Gdansk, en cette ville où le combat mené par des ouvriers et des intellectuels a ouvert la voie à la chute du rideau de fer et à la réunification européenne.

10. October 2009

Gdansk: Message of the President of COMECE

COMECE Press 10/10/2009

The 500 participants of the first Catholic Social Days for Europe are pleased to send the most filial greetings to You.

10. October 2009

Gdansk: Speech by Dr. Hans-Gert Pöttering, MEP

COMECE Press 10/10/2009

Today we remember the start of World War II that took place 70 years ago. Nazi-Germany started this horrible war and caused inconceivable suffering and misery on the Polish people and also on the German people.

09. October 2009

Gdansk: Mgr Diarmuid Martin - The concept and reality of solidarity for Europe

COMECE Press 09/10/2009

It is hard to underestimate the emotion felt by the people of my generation who looked on not just as the physical wall of Berlin caved in on itself, but seeing the deeper wall of ideological mistrust and fear and falsehood being torn down by means of peaceful protest, using only the weapons of truth and justice.

09. October 2009

Gdansk: Prof.Ing.Lubomír Mlcoch "Back from Prosperity´s Gospel to the Gospel"

COMECE Press 09/10/2009

We, people from the former second world, we can only add our experience from two decades of transition from „historic materialism" to its neo-liberal form.

09. October 2009

Gdansk: Maureen Junker-Kenny -The Human Person and its Rights

COMECE Press 09/10/2009

This panel is on the resources which Catholic Social Teaching can offer to policy-makers and to the public debate of citizens in the different member states of the European Union.

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