Daily Archives: October 19, 2013

Giant Statue Of Christ Erected At Syrian Border.


Well, this is good news.

A giant statue of Christ has been erected on top of a 2,000 high mountain on the traditional pilgrimage route between old Constatinople and Jerusalem. From what I could see, the look is very traditional.

The initiative is from the local monastery. The money comes from a Moscow association.

The statue can be seen from Lebanon and Israel.

I have already reported about the giant Christ of the Pacific in Lima; this one is another beautiful addition, perhaps even more symbolic because of its unique position. The operation also shows some robust faith at work, as if the Islsmist mob should come to power in Syria the life of this monument could prove rather short.

I can't avoid thinking someone would have preferred to give the money to the nearby oh so poor Palestinians, who are so much in love with peace and pacific co-existence; particularly considering the twenty-one Arab States are clearly too poor to help them.

The Russian benefactors clearly thought differently.

It's good to see for some people the priority is Christ.



“Christ Of The Pacific” Statue, Lima, To Be Unveiled Soon

The Statue of Christ Reblog

Mundabor's Blog

Good news from Peru.

A huge statue of Christ will be unveiled, probably on the Feast of Sts. Peter and Paul, on the 29th June.

We are talking here of 22 metre of statue atop a 15 metre base. This makes a total of 37 metres, something like 12 storeys of a normal building, on top of a hill overlooking Lima.
The idea is that the statue should be visible from every point of the Peruvian capital.

As it was to be expected, such an endeavour is not without controversies: it is an initiative of the President of Peru (who has also very generously contributed to the costs, entirely financed by private donations), but the mayor of Lima has asked to place the statue somewhere else because it affects the view of the Morro Solar, a hill complex located nearby. The President has answered that the hill on which the…

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