22-Jun-13 - Neocatechumenal Way Orchestra to Perform Historic Concert in Auschwitz

Jun 23, 2013 Full story: Global Catholic Network EWTN

Concert to Honor Millions of Victims of the Holocaust ROME, June 21, 2013 - On Sunday, the Symphonic Orchestra of the Neocatechumenal Way will perform a historic concert entitled "The Suffering of the Innocents" in the Polish city of Auschwitz, in front of what is known as the "Door of Death," the entrance to the Birkenau concentration camp, also ... (more)

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#1 Jun 23, 2013
Music is a good way of healing pain and bringing people together in ways impossible through words.

Note though there is no such city in Poland called Auschwitz as suggested by the article - Auschwitz is a German name, and is a name with horrendous connotations.

The medium sized town in question is Oswiecim which is about 20 miles to the south of the Industrial city of Katowice.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/O%C5%9Bwi%C4%99c...

Oswiecim is a pleasant sort of town in in own right, with a noble history but is unfortunately blighted by another type of industrial complex left by the Germans in the 1940's for the towns people to cope with.

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