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The Temple Mount of discord - so why popes, other devoted Catholics, and other Christians pray at the Western Wall?

6 Request the welfare of Jerusalem; may those who love you enjoy tranquility. 7 May there be peace in your wall, tranquility in your palaces. Tehillim - Psalms - Chapter 122 6 Pray for peace in Jerusalem: “May those who love you find peace. 7 May there be peace within your walls. May there be safety in your great buildings.” Psalm 122:6-7
Saint John Paul The Great, born Karol Wojtyła in Poland, John Paul II was the first pope to pray at the Western Wall, Jerusalem. Jubilee Pilgrimage of His Holiness John Paul II to the Holy Land (March 20-26, 2000) Prayer of the Holy Father at the Western Wall: "God of our fathers, you chose Abraham and his descendants to bring your Name to the Nations: we are deeply saddened by the behaviour of those who in the course of history have caused these children of yours to suffer, and asking your forgiveness we wish to commit ourselves to genuine brotherhood with the people of the Covenant." R. Amen Sunday, 26 March 2000 IOANNES PAULUS PP. II
Saint John Paul The Great, born Karol Wojtyła in Poland, John Paul II was the first pope to pray at the Western Wall, Jerusalem.
Jubilee Pilgrimage of His Holiness John Paul II to the Holy Land (March 20-26, 2000) Prayer of the Holy Father at the Western Wall: "God of our fathers, you chose Abraham and his descendants to bring your Name to the Nations: we are deeply saddened by the behaviour of those who in the course of history have caused these children of yours to suffer, and asking your forgiveness we wish to commit ourselves to genuine brotherhood with the people of the Covenant." R. Amen Sunday, 26 March 2000 IOANNES PAULUS PP. II (Vatican)

Welcome to the Western Wall, a remnant of the Temple. The Foundation Stone sits at the peak of Mount Moriah above the Western Wall.  According to tradition. the world was created from this stone, the Binding of Isaac took place on it, and King Solomon built the first temple around it. Welcome to the Western Wall, a remnant of the Temple. The Foundation Stone sits at the peak of Mount Moriah above the Western Wall.  According to tradition. the world was created from this stone, the Binding of Isaac took place on it, and King Solomon built the first temple around it. Fine Art Photography by Zbigniew Halat
Fine Art Photography by Zbigniew Halat. Information on the site: "Welcome to the Western Wall, a remnant of the Temple. The Foundation Stone sits at the peak of Mount Moriah above the Western Wall_ According to tradition. the world was created from this stone, the Binding of Isaac took place on it, and King Solomon built the first temple around it "a house for the name of the Lord, the God of Israel” Kings I. Chapter 8) 17 “My father David wanted very much to build a temple to honor the Lord, the God of Israel. 18 But the Lord said to my father, ‘I know that you want very much to build a temple to honor me, and it is good that you want to build it. 19 But you are not the one to build my temple. Your son will build my temple.” 1 Kings 8 The Temple stood in all its story for centuries until it was destroyed by the Babylonians. After seventy years of exile, Jews returned to Jerusalem and built the Second Temple which stood on the top of the mountain until it was destroyed by the Romans. The Jewish nation was exiled for a long time but vowed "If I forget you. O Jerusalem, may my right hand forget its skill.” Throughout all its years in exile, the Jewish people never stopped mourning for Jerusalem and praying for "Next year in a rebuilt Jerusalem.As the yran went by, the Western Wall - whose entire length measures 443 meters - was covered and all but disappeared from view. Only a small section remained visible, becoming a symbol of yearning for Zion and the place where Jewish pilgrims from all around the world gathered to pray and weep.After the establishment of the State of Israel the Western Wall remained under Jordanian rule and for nineteen years access to Jews was forbidden. On June 7 (the 28th of Iyar, 5727) soldiers of the Israel Defense forces risked their lives in heavy battle - soldiers from the Jerusalem Brigade, the Jerusalem Tanks Company, the Harel Brigade, the Air Force and the 55th Paratroopers Brigade - liberating the Old City and the Temple Mount. Since then, thousands of pilgrims and visitors stream to the Western Wall daily carring a prayer in their hearts.“And it shall be at the end of the days, that the mountain of the Lord's house shall be firmly established at the top of the mountains, and it shall be raised above the hills, and all the nations shall stream to it_ And many peoples shall go, and they shall say, “Come, let us go up to the Lord's mount, to the house of the God of Jacob, and let Him teach us of His ways, and we will go in His paths, for out of Zion shall the Torah come forth, and the word of the Lord from Jerusalem." (Isaiah Chapter 2, Verses 2-3)"

More than one billion members of the Roman Catholic Church and numerous members of other Christian denominations wish to follow the way of Saint John Paul the Great (born Karol Wojtyła in Poland, pope John Paul II) and of pope Benedict XVI (born Joseph Ratzinger in Germany) and join the 300-year-old Jewish tradition of placing slips of paper containing written prayers to God Adonai Allah Alaha into the cracks of the Western Wall, a Jewish holy site in the Old City of Jerusalem. Fine Art Photography by Zbigniew Halat
More than one billion members of the Roman Catholic Church and numerous members of other Christian denominations wish to follow the way of Saint John Paul the Great (born Karol Wojtyła in Poland, pope John Paul II) and of pope Benedict XVI (born Joseph Ratzinger in Germany) and join the 300-year-old Jewish tradition of placing slips of paper containing written prayers to God Adonai Allah Alaha into the cracks of the Western Wall, a Jewish holy site in the Old City of Jerusalem. Write your own prayer! Fine Art Photography by Zbigniew Halat.

PILGRIMAGE OF HIS HOLINESS BENEDICT XVI TO THE HOLY LAND (8-15 MAY 2009) PRAYER OF THE HOLY FATHER BENEDICT XVI AT THE WESTERN WALL
Written prayer by Pope Benedict XVI-The Western Wall, Jerusalem: God of all the ages, on my visit to Jerusalem, the “City of Peace”, spiritual home to Jews, Christians and Muslims alike, I bring before you the joys, the hopes and the aspirations, the trials, the suffering and the pain of all your people throughout the world. God of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob, hear the cry of the afflicted, the fearful, the bereft; send your peace upon this Holy Land, upon the Middle East, upon the entire human family; stir the hearts of all who call upon your name, to walk humbly in the path of justice and compassion. “The Lord is good to those who wait for him, to the soul that seeks him” (Lamentations 3:25)! Tuesday, 12 May 2009 (Vatican)

Roman Catholic faith incorporates into its structure the books of the Hebrew Bible
Catholics acknowledge the Bible and Apostolic Tradition. Christian faith is established on the base of Judaism and believes in the salvation of mankind, compared to Jewish faith which has not accepted Jesus as the Messiah until now. In fact, there are also those adherents of Jesus Christ who accepted Christianity over Judaism, since they believed that the Messiah they were waiting for had arrived in the form of Jesus Christ. Catholics acknowledge the Jews all the time, and pray for them. They are also not considered to be against the Jews, since they both follow the same Old Testament. Difference Between Catholic and Jewish .. there are some major and important differences between the "Hebrew Bible" (HB) used by Jews and different versions of the "Old Testament" (OT) used by various Christian churches and denominations Jewish and Christian Bibles: A Comparative Chart

Since Vatican II, Masses on Sundays and major feast days include three biblical readings, the first of which is usually taken from the Old Testament (except during the Easter Season, when the first reading is from the Acts of the Apostles). The following are features proper to the readings for Sundays and festive days: 1. Each Mass has three readings: the first from the Old Testament, the second from an Apostle (that is, either from a Letter or from the Book of Revelation, depending on the season), and the third from the Gospels. This arrangement brings out the unity of the Old and New Testaments and of the history of salvation, in which Christ is the central figure, commemorated in his paschal mystery.(...)  The Catholic Liturgical Library Chapter IV: The General Arrangement of Readings for Mass

Commission For Religious Relations with the Jews, 10 December 2015:  Jews and Christians can enrich one another in mutual friendship. Without her Jewish roots the Church would be in danger of losing its soteriological anchoring in salvation history and would slide into an ultimately unhistorical Gnosis. Pope Francis states that "while it is true that certain Christian beliefs are unacceptable to Judaism, and that the Church cannot refrain from proclaiming Jesus as Lord and Messiah, there exists as well a rich complementarity which allows us to read the texts of the Hebrew Scriptures together and to help one another to mine the riches of God’s word. We can also share many ethical convictions and a common concern for justice and the development of peoples" ("Evangelii gaudium", 249).

The Western Wall Holiness. Roman Catholic faith incorporates into its structure the books of the Hebrew Bible. Catholic Culture: Inspiration for Salvation salvation-inspiration.com on youtube.
 Western Wall, Jerusalem. Embrace the stones. Come here…draw near…and you will find the One you’re searching for Catholic Culture: Inspiration for Salvation salvation-inspiration.com on youtube. The Western Wall Holiness. Roman Catholic faith incorporates into its structure the books of the Hebrew Bible.
Western Wall, Jerusalem. Embrace the stones The Western Wall: The Epicenter of the Jewish People
“Come here…draw near…and you will find the One you’re searching for.”

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FINE ART PHOTOGRAPHY BY ZBIGNIEW HALAT 
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