On November 17 from 10 am to 5 pm, the Diocese of Monaco invites those who want to discover the Agora, the diocesan house, a new cultural venue offered to the Principality.

The day after the official inauguration, all will be present to discover the usefulness of such a house. Several animations and discoveries await the public throughout the day.

The program:

• An exhibition of the most beautiful photos of Jean-Pierre Debernardi who, for the diocese, photographed all the churches of Monaco from an often unusual point of view;

• Yvon Bertorello, author of a successful comic strip on Pope Francis, will also be present to present and dedicate it to you;

• The Petits Chanteurs de Monaco at 2.30 pm will preview some excerpts from the works they will perform on November 19 in Monaco Cathedral;

• The Rainier III Academy of Music will also be partying and will offer some musical entertainment;

• The Youth Service with its praise group will also participate in the party at 3:30 pm, offering all those present, a small concert in the auditorium;

• Throughout the morning and part of the afternoon, an audio-visual montage on the giant screen of the auditorium will allow you to remember some important moments in the life of the diocese.

Located in the heart of the Principality, above the Boulevard Princesse Charlotte, the Agora was designed and built to accommodate the entire Diocese. She will have to become the family home of an outgoing Church that goes to the men and women of her time to announce the Gospel to them.

Some figures on the Agora: 1.800 m2 of premises – car parks nearby (Gare, Novotel) – 2 public lifts (departure By Princess Charlotte) – a chapel with 30 seats – 5 rooms can accommodate from 8 to 130 people – 9 offices – a library – an archive room – 2 tisaneries – an apartment for the manager – two bedrooms.