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Chaldean Catholic Cardinal Louis Sako of Baghdad, Iraq, has invited the Eastern Catholic Patriarchs to participate in the 26th synod to be held from November 26 to 30, 2018, in the Cardinal headquarters at al-Manṣūr city of Iraq. The theme of the session will be dubbed: “Youth: a sign of hope in...
A discussion of Christians in the Middle East, their history and ongoing struggles.
Nājih Sam‘ān, the author, presents a brief study on the historical and geographical background of Catholicism in Egypt.
‘Ubayd discusses the history of various forms of Christianity, from Arab Christians to Eastern Christians, and the problems that are still remain to overcome.
The biggest and oldest church bell in the world is now lying in the courtyard of the Maronite church in Alexandria. Since it was presented to the church, it has lain there because no building can bear its weight which is 7.5 tons.
The Maronite Patriarch and Cardinal declared that the existence of Christians in the East, at the beginning of the third millennium, is a matter of life or death for them. Lebanon is an example. The majority of the Lebanese who emigrated in the last ten years are Christians. This also applies to...
The U.S. Catholic Conference expressed its deep disturbance with the efforts of extremists, in the Middle East and abroad, who incite and intensify religious conflict through inflammatory rhetoric, and anti-Semitic, anti-Muslim and anti-Christian acts. It declared that the Holy Land must be a...
Catholics in Egypt are waiting for the visit of Pope John Paul II during the period from February 24-26. The visit represents an extraordinary event in the history of the Egyptian Catholic Church that contains seven different Catholic denominations, most prominent of which is the Catholic Copts...
Christians in Jordan are well off. They are also reaching high government positions.
The author bases his article on a research carried out by Dr. Sabela of the University of Bethlehem about the ongoing decline of the Christian presence among Palestinians. Dr. Sabela found large numbers still want to emigrate.
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