July 2011

Rhodes and the Custody of the Holy Land: the Internet site is available online from today in five languages!

The new Internet site of the Custody of the Holy Land dedicated to Rhodes is available online from today in five languages, including Greek!

The site recounts the history and the presence of the Franciscans on the island of Rhodes, through photos, videos, news and in-depth analyses. It is a space that serves both the local community and the numerous tourists who choose Rhodes as the site of their holidays.

We have already received numerous thanks for the service provided. By means of the Internet site, Rhodes is becoming an access bridge to the Holy Land and to the numerous activities of the Custody.

Come visit www.catholicchurchrhodes.com and discover the activities of the Franciscans on Rhodes!

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