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Pope calls Lebanese bishops to Rome to discuss their country’s crisis


“Sadly, we note how Lebanon has largely disappeared from the attention of the world in recent months. Yet the suffering of its people continues.”

Provide for the Care and Medical Needs of 26 Frail and Elderly Religious Sisters in Lebanon


The continuing severe economic and political crisis in Lebanon is causing great suffering to its people. According to UN figures, over 55% of the Lebanese …

St John the Merciful Table

Lebanon: Church will not abandon refugees and the needy


Since 2019, the aid supplied by ACN for various projects in support of the refugees in Zahle has come to a total of $4.4M. A considerable part of this aid includes paying rent and providing some accommodation for people like the Rief family.

Damaged roof of St. George Maronite Cathedral in Beirut

In Lebanon, ‘hope is our daily bread’


“Despite everything, we look towards the future with hope, because we know that our Lord Jesus Christ is the Master of history, and that in His hands lie all our history and life.”

Georgette and Charbel

In Lebanon, a daily struggle to feed three grandchildren


“The situation of the Christians in Lebanon is uncertain, but Jesus is always with us and nobody can throw us out from here.”

Jad holds Nabil

In Lebanon, Nabil is a Christmas miracle baby


“For being close to Christ means shouldering his cross. My son has lived that reality since the 15th minute of his life.”

In one Lebanon hospital, ‘we have to rise again from the ruins’


“We gave all our time and devotion to caring for all the patients, even during the most difficult times, when there was no bread or other food available for several months.”

Father Raymond Abdo

‘Lebanon is Christian on account of its roots in Jesus Christ’


“Lebanon is Holy Land because Jesus walked in Lebanon. The word Lebanon is found 72 times in the Bible.”

Father Riachy

Lebanon: ‘our mission is to bring light into the darkness’


“Pope Francis has told us that a Middle East without Christians is unthinkable. If Christians are to remain in this country, we need each and every one of them.”

ACN commits $6M for the reconstruction of Beirut


“We will continue to support the Christians in this country, not leaving them to face this task alone,”

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