Would an Erasmus in Basel still be imaginable, or would he fall foul of the (planned) measures between Switzerland and the European Union?
Church in Europe
Two 20th century popes will be raised to the altars on Sunday 27 April: both made pursuit of peace a priority.
With more resources the new EU programme represents an important step in the fight against youth unemployment. Moreover, it also offers further possibilities.
Church in Europe
The new nuncio to Venezuela may develop a fresh take on Europe from a distance of 3000 kilometres which Caracas affords.
A metaphor, a misunderstanding, and their consequences.
COMECE co-organised the 8th International Summer School in Austria, designed for internationally oriented students, who wish to deepen their understanding of current European affairs.
Colloquium of European Parishes
An unambiguous theme for the 27th Colloquium of European Parishes (CEP), held in Mellieha (Malta) from 7 to 12 July 2013.
The European Commission identifies a series of practical measures to overcome obstacles to the exercise of European citizens’ rights. This is welcome: but Christians are called to look further.
The European Union today may seem unsure of itself, its political leaders vacillating, its intellectuals confused in regard to the way ahead and vague about Europe’s identity. For the Austrian author, Stefan Zweig, Europe was his Heimat, his home, and even though not a believer in any classical sense, he was convinced Europe had a soul.
On the occasion of the 10th Anniversary of Ecclesia in Europa.
2013 is the “European Year of Citizens”. This year was nominated to raise public awareness about the rights and obligations of Union citizenship. But how can and should EU citizens understand and maintain their rights and obligations?