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In one of the poorest parts of Lebanon, the Church sustains body and soul

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“For around two years we have been going through a terrible economic crisis in Lebanon. The people are desperate, they need everything. Food, electricity, medicine, milk, at every level they need things to be able to survive.#

In Lebanon, economic crisis threatens closure of Catholic hospital

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The hospital is in desperate need for money to pay its staff, feed its patients, buy expensive drugs, the prices of which have more than tripled due to the devaluation of the Lebanese pound.

Lebanon: ‘I became a refugee, just like the Child Jesus’

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““They attacked us with guns, although we were completely defenseless. They killed 15 young people and burned down five houses. Everybody fled. We ran, along with everybody else, not taking anything with us except the clothes on our backs. We ran out of our homes and fled.”

ACN sends additional $5.6M in relief packages for Syria and Lebanon

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Some of the funding will go directly to Orthodox Churches such as the Greek Orthodox and the Syriac Orthodox, as well as the Armenian Apostolic Church, all of them in Aleppo, Syria.

Key to Lebanon’s stability is neutrality, says former President Sleiman

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“Lebanon is not an independent or free country anymore due to the Iranian interference in Lebanese affairs carried out by Hezbollah.”

Patriarch: ‘Christians in Lebanon will be extinct if West does nothing’

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“We can’t convince them to stay because they say, ‘How can we endure this situation? There is no hope for our future.’”

Students in Lebanon call on children around the world to join them in the ‘One million children praying the Rosary’ campaign

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“We want “We want to encourage as many children as possible to entrust themselves to the power of prayer.”

In Lebanon and Syria, poverty stalks the Christian community

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“During the war at least, they expected it to end at some point, but now, what can [Syrian Christians] expect?”

Lebanon holds a message of hope for the future of Christians in the Middle East

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“All Arab countries forbid Muslims to convert to Christianity, so our message to the Middle East is that we have to preserve religious freedom.”

In Lebanon, a Carmelite monastery attracts Christians and Muslims alike

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“This particular statue of the Virgin, Our Lady of Mount Carmel, … attracts many people from all the Christian denominations, and many Muslims as well.”

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