Crux: ACN enables Lebanese Church to be lifeline for Syrian Christian refugees

ZAHLÉ, Lebanon- If you ever encounter Rana, Victoria, Ramola, or Mona in downtown Zahlé, they will tell you that their lives as Syrian refugees in Lebanon’s most firmly Catholic town are very hard. However, what they’d also tell you is that without the Catholic Church, life wouldn’t be hard, it would be impossible. To read the full story, please click here.

From left to right: Mona, Elias, Ramola, and Maria, Syrian refugees living in the central Lebanese city of Zahle. (Credit: Ines San Martin/Crux.)

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