It is a tradition in the Catholic Church to pray special prayers called a novena nine days before an important feast. The Feast of Our Lady Woman of Valor is an important feast in the Pastoral Center for Migrants in Tel Aviv and it is celebrated on the Saturday closest to May 10. We publish here the prayer of the fifth day of the novena.

It is a tradition in the Catholic Church to pray special prayers called a novena nine days before an important feast. The Feast of Our Lady Woman of Valor is an important feast in the Pastoral Center for Migrants in Tel Aviv and it is celebrated on the Saturday closest to May 10. We publish here the prayer of the fourth day of the novena.

It is a tradition in the Catholic Church to pray special prayers called a novena nine days before an important feast. The Feast of Our Lady Woman of Valor is an important feast in the Pastoral Center for Migrants in Tel Aviv and it is celebrated on the Saturday closest to May 10. We publish here the prayer of the third day of the novena.

It is a tradition in the Catholic Church to pray special prayers called a novena nine days before an important feast. The Feast of Our Lady Woman of Valor is an important feast in the Pastoral Center for Migrants in Tel Aviv and it is celebrated on the Saturday closest to May 10. We publish here the prayer of the second day of the novena.

It is a tradition in the Catholic Church to pray special prayers called a novena nine days before an important feast. The Feast of Our Lady Woman of Valor is an important feast in the Pastoral Center for Migrants in Tel Aviv and it is celebrated on the Saturday closest to May 10. We publish here the prayer of the first day of the novena.

It is a tradition in the Catholic Church to pray special prayers called a novena nine days before an important feast. The Feast of Our Lady Woman of Valor is an important feast in the Pastoral Center for Migrants in Tel Aviv and it is celebrated on the Saturday closest to May 10. We publish here the special novena for these days.

Like every year, the Hebrew speaking Catholic communities in Israel join their voices to the those of all the citizens of the State praying for the peace of the country and all its residents.

Dima translated an ancient homily that is read on Holy Saturday.

On February 8, the Church will mark a day of prayer against human trafficking. This is the text of the proposed prayer.

Dima, member of the kehillot, translated the reading from the Office of Readings for the Feast of Saint Thomas Aquinas on January 28 into Hebrew.

Dima, member of the kehillot, translated the reading from the Church Fathers for the Feast of the Baptism.

2015 marks 50 years since the conclusion of the Second Vatican Council and the publication of the document “Nostra Aetate” which redefines relations between Catholics and members of other religions. We mark this occasion by publishing a prayer attributed to Saint John XXIII, initiator of the Council, a prayer that gives expression to the revolution in relations between Jews and Catholics.

Each evening, we sing the prayer of the Blessed Virgin Mary, the “Magnificat” and before and after it, we recite a verse called an “antiphon”. The antiphons in the days leading up to Christmas are very special and prepare for the coming of the Messiah. We publish them here:

Pope Francis has proposed this beautiful prayer to be offered for the Synod that will take place in Rome in order to discuss the family.

A dear friend of our kehillot, Sharon, has sent us the icon he has written that can help us pray the Beatitudes of Jesus.

A poet friend in Detroit has sent us a prayer that he prays each night with his family. Let us add our voices to theirs as we continue to pray for peace in our country and in our region.

South African artist Joseph Capelle painted the Stations of the Cross that hang in the Our Lady Woman of Valor Pastoral Center in south Tel Aviv. We can pray reflecting on each station.

From Jordan comes the formulation of a prayer for the pilgrimage of the Pope.

We publish here the reading for Palm Sunday from Saint Andrew of Crete.

Fasting is a spiritual path to prepare for the encounter with God through the purification of the body. Lent is one time to fast. Both in the Old Testament and the New, prophets and Jesus himself fasted, showing us the way.