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Coats for Children this Christmas

This Christmas, your donation can help us in our mission to provide 25,000 coats to Syrian children in need.

“We want to give anoraks in this cold winter that is approaching, not only to keep our children warm but at the same time to give a boost to the local economy by helping our small local factories through the production of these garments,” said Sister Annie, ACN project partner in Syria. “Together, we can put a smile on the faces of the children.”

When a child puts on a new coat this Christmas, your heart will be warm as well, knowing you have made a difference in the life of an innocent child. God bless you for whatever you can give.

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Devastation in beirut

“Beirut is a devastated city. It’s a war scene – there is destruction and desolation in all its streets, its districts and its houses.”
Maronite Patriarch Cardinal Bechara Boutros Rai.

The destruction caused by the 2,750 tons of ammonium nitrate which exploded inside a warehouse was immediate, its impact intensely felt by the Christian quarter.
For a country hit by civil unrest, economic collapse, COVID and now disaster, how much more can our faithful endure? Please give today.