June 7, 2012.
(Romereports.com) Every year, in the
Italian city of Rimini, one of Italy's most important cultural events
takes place. It's called 'Rimini Meeting,” which is organized by the
Catholic movement “Communion and Liberation.”
The meeting has been taking place for over 33 years now. It's a way to
promote harmony, peace and friendship among people with different
religions and cultures.
Cardinal Leonardo Sandri, who serves as
the Prefect of the Congregation for Oriental Churches, talked about all
the last minute details.
This year the theme is “By nature, man is relation to the infinite.”
from speakers, the meeting usually includes prominent politicians,
artists, intellectuals, religious leaders and entrepreneurs. For
example, this time around the list includes the founder of the first
neo-natal hospice at New York's Columbia University.
take place from August 19th to the 25th. Through its website, ROME
REPORTS will be providing daily coverage in both English and Spanish, of
all the key events.