"The Nobel Peace Prize: an alarm bell for all citizens? Current challenges for the EU and the Christians’ contribution". This is the topic that will be discussed tomorrow during the conference organised in Brussels by the Commission of the EU Bishops Conferences (Comece), on the occasion of its autumn plenary assembly. Promoted in conjunction with the State Minister for Federal and European Affairs of Bavaria, Emilia Müller, the conference will try to arouse some reflections about the prestigious award, which this year has been won by the European Union: the Nobel Peace Prize. In particular, the aim is to reflect "on which role should be played by the Church and Christians a notice explains within the European integration process". The opening address will be given by the Minister, Emilia Müller, and by the president of Comece, card. Reinhard Marx, archbishop of Munich and Freising. It will be followed by a workshop with Clotilde Nyssens-Traversa, lawyer and former member of the Belgian Senate, Luca Jahier, president of the III Group of the European Economic and Social Committee, and Paul Dembinski, director of Observatoire de la Finance.