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 Book Release on Per Una Nuova Europa

Date:2011-10-14
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Date: October 12, 2011
Venue: International Conference Hall, College of Social Sciences, NTU

EUTW held a new book release on Per Una Nuova Europa: il contributo dei cristiani on October 12, 2011 at the International Conference Hall, College of Social Sciences, NTU. The author, Cardinal Angelo Sodano, sent special envoy His Most Rev. Msgr. Juliusz Janusz, Apostolic Nuncio to Slovenia to deliver his special address and warm congratulations.

Numerous guests attended the event, encompassing students, scholars, clergy, the media as well as the general public. A number of representatives from the European offices in Taiwan were also in attendance, and Mr. Timothy Chin-Tien Yang , Minister of Ministry of Foreign Affairs gave his congratulatory gift for the event and Mr. Kao-Jung Yang gave his congratulatory remarks on behalf of MOFA. The successful affair was followed by a cocktail reception, allowing guests to socialize and partake of the atmosphere of liveliness and enthusiasm.

The book expounds on the importance of spiritual values as basis of European integration and the propagation of peace in society. It aims to show how Christian civilization is an obvious and indispensable element of the history of Europe and of her future. According to the speakers, this can be applied to all countries and nationalities, transcending borders and the Christian experience of Europe can be taken as an excellent example for Taiwan.

 
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