FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
May 27, 2021
Father Peter shares the effect on Holy Land Christians’ daily life in a three-part video series
WHEN: Currently scheduling email interviews with Father Peter F. Vasko, OFM, President of the Franciscan Foundation for the Holy Land.
WHO: Father Peter F. Vasko, OFM will share how the pandemic has affected Christians living in the Holy Land in his recently documented three-part video series, “Walk with Father Peter”, produced in collaboration with the Catholic Media Center. Join his walk through the streets of Jerusalem, Bethlehem, and along the Via Dolorosa in an effort to bring awareness to ways we can support the basic human rights and continued presence of the Holy Land Christian minority.
WHERE: VIA EMAIL
Fr. Peter F. Vasko is available for media email interviews. Photos are available.
WHAT: “Walk with Father Peter” is an emotional three-part video series illuminating the astonishing impacts of the pandemic on our Holy Land Christian community. While virtually touring through the sacred sites, you will gain an understanding of modern day pandemic life and experience first-hand Jerusalem (Pt. 1), Bethlehem (Pt. 2) and take an exclusive prayer journey along the Via Dolorosa (Pt. 3). Walk where Christ walked, shake hands with the merchants who’ve had to temporarily close shop, experience first-hand life in the Holy Land between Christmas and Lent in this exclusive HD footage.
CONTACT: For more information about the Franciscan Foundation for the Holy Land, visit www.ffhl.org or to schedule an email interview with Father Peter F. Vasko, OFM, President of the Foundation, please contact Sarah Martini at 714-795-0124 or email [email protected].
Founded in 1994, the Franciscan Foundation For The Holy Land (FFHL) is a worldwide ecumenical organization, based in the USA, operating under the auspices of the Franciscan Custody of the Holy Land. The principal purpose of the FFHL is to help stem the Christian exodus from the Holy Land by providing programs and projects that will serve as incentives for the Christians to remain as well as safeguarding the basic human rights of the Christian Palestinian minority living in the Holy Land.