Tagged: europe

The Holy Blessing 2015

FFWPU Europe, By Susan Crosthwaite, March 3, 2015: I’m sure everyone would like to join me in congratulating our 1st generation couples who received the Blessing in Korea last week on the 3rd of March. Here they are pictured with Dr. David Hanna and me right after the beautiful Holy Wine Ceremony. From...

FFWPU Europe: President An’s Sermon

   Gießen, Germany, 8. February 2015     Good morning. It’s so nice to see you. I also want to congratulate those from the 1800 couples blessing. Basically, I think that we’re all living in a very difficult time. The world has become so confused, not only the outside world, but even in...

The Toru Goto Case in Japan: Abducted and confined for over 12 years

FFWPU Europe: The article about the case of Toru Goto has been published in THE PARLIAMENT MAGAZINE, both paper and online version. On the cover page is the picture of the President of the European Parliament, Martin Schulz.The Parliament Magazine is distributed in all the EU offices in Brussels and through bookshops. On 13th November 2014,...

All European Members Honor You!

Message of Appreciation and Condolence for the Seonghwa Ceremony of Rev. Reiner Vincenz from Rev. Young Shik An, representing FFWPU Europe Our dear elder brother Rev. Reiner Vincenz, on behalf of all European Family Federation members, I would like to express our sincere appreciation for the devotion you displayed throughout your 50 years of filial...

A conference on “The right of the people to live in peace” at the “Angelicum” Catholic University in Rome

UPF and WFWP, cooperate to enter a higher stage of the providential work to restore Italy Rome, Italy, 12. December 2014   FFWPU Europe: Recently, the cooperation with Catholic institutions, developed substantially. The WFWP president Elisabetta Nistri received an award for supporting the integration between Immigrants and Italians, by the “GOLDEN FORTUNE ”Academy.  The...

Religious Freedom in Eastern Europe: 25 Years after Communism

FFWPU Europe (Bratislava, Slovakia, 3. December 2014):  In December 1989 the so called Velvet Revolution reached a new climax by opening the borders to the “capitalist” neighbor states. Czechs and Slovaks were open to welcome new ideas and religions too. Unfortunately, the opening and renewal lasted only few years. With the advent of...