Evangile de Jésus-Christ selon Saint Jean, 20,1-9
Le premier jour de la semaine, Marie Madeleine se rend au tombeau de grand matin, alors qu’il fait encore sombre. Elle voit que la pierre a été enlevée du tombeau.
Le matin de Pâques, Marie-Madel… more »
Michalis Sarris, the finance minister of Cyprus, said that capital controls would remain in place for “a matter of weeks” to stop money rushing out of the country after its bail-out. Markets were unsettled by a succession of mixed messages from European… more »
After an abortive first attempt, Cyprus reached agreement with the IMF and the European Union on a €10 billion ($13 billion) bail-out. The controversial levy on insured bank deposits was ditched. Instead Cyprus agreed to wind down Laiki, its second-bigg… more »
Evangile de Jésus-Christ selon Saint Luc, 22,14-71.23,1-56
Quand l’heure du repas pascal fut venue, Jésus se mit à tables, et les Apôtres avec lui.
Il leur dit : « J’ai ardemment désiré manger cette Pâque avec vous avant de souffrir !
Car… more »
Britain’s chancellor of the exchequer, George Osborne, unveiled the government’s budget. Among the many measures in the bill was a further 1% cut in corporation tax, to 20%, and a big expansion of a programme that makes it easier to buy a home with gove… more »
Political leaders in Cyprus held emergency talks after the country’s parliament rejected an international bail-out deal that included a one-off tax on bank deposits. The controversial levy had been proposed as the condition for a €10 billion ($13 billio… more »
Evangile de Jésus-Christ selon Saint Jean, 8,1-11
Jésus s’était rendu au mont des Oliviers ; de bon matin, il retourna au Temple. Comme tout le peuple venait à lui, il s’assit et se mit à enseigner.
Les scribes et les pharisiens lui amènen… more »
Zhou Xiaochuan, the governor of China’s central bank, said he would be on “high alert” against inflation, after the figure for February jumped to 3.2% from 2% in January. Rising prices have led to political unrest in China in the past, but the governmen… more »
Jorge Mario Bergoglio, the 76-year-old archbishop of Buenos Aires, was selected by the cardinals’ conclave in the Vatican as the new pope. Pope Francis is the first head of the Roman Catholic church to come from the Americas, and also the first Jesuit.… more »
Evangile de Jésus-Christ selon Saint Luc, 15,1-3.11-32
Les publicains et les pécheurs venaient tous à Jésus pour l’écouter.
Les pharisiens et les scribes récriminaient contre lui : « Cet homme fait bon accueil aux pécheurs, et il mange avec eux… more »
The Dow Jones Industrial Average closed at a record high of 14,253.77 on March 5th, almost 100 points above its previous zenith in October 2007, and continued climbing. Since the start of the year stockmarkets in rich countries have been buoyant, as inv… more »
Hugo Chávez, Venezuela’s president for more than 14 years and the most outspoken of Latin America’s populist leftists, died after a long battle with cancer. Nicolás Maduro, the acting president and Mr Chávez’s chosen successor, declared seven days of of… more »
Evangile de Jésus-Christ selon Saint Luc, 13,1-9
Un jour, des gens vinrent rapporter à Jésus l’affaire des Galiléens que Pilate avait fait massacrer pendant qu’ils offraient un sacrifice.
Jésus leur répondit : « Pensez-vous que ces Galilée… more »
Markets were spooked by the result of Italy’s general election and the prospect that political uncertainty in the country might cause the euro-zone crisis to reignite. The yield on Italian government bonds jumped sharply. Borrowing costs also rose for t… more »
A renewed sense of crisis gripped the euro zone after a messy result in Italy’s election. The centre-left alliance, led by Pier Luigi Bersani, won the lower house by a tiny margin, but did not secure a majority in the Senate. The right, under Silvio Ber… more »