Nearly 100 Iranian Christians due to be resettled in the U.S. are in legal limbo in Austria as their cases are reviewed.
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When the Iranian woman and her husband sold their belongings and traveled to Austria Continue reading
Representatives of 18 religious minority groups in Turkey have signed a joint statement saying that they are not under pressure from authorities to convert or prevented from worshipping, independent news site Diken said .
“As religious representatives and foundation directors of the ancient communities of Continue reading
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File photo shows President Recep Tayyip Erdo?an shaking hands with leaders of the Bulgarian Orthodox Church in Istanbul. (AA Photo)
Leaders of every non-Muslim community in Turkey came together Tuesday to sign a joint declaration saying they are free to follow their faith in Turkey and denying Continue reading
Cardinal Louis Raphael Sako
Since 2003, successive Governments failed to: build the country on the right way; develop a comprehensive plan to get out of the sequential crises; and achieve security and stability required for a decent life in Iraq. The result was a situation of suffering, Continue reading
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Assyrian refugees who survived the Simele Massacre of 1933 pictured in the Khabour region of Syria, 1935. (Assyrian Policy Institute)
On day 189 of the Nuremberg Trials, French prosecutor Auguste Champetier de Ribes delivered his closing statement. In it, he described the Holocaust as a “crime so Continue reading
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo delivers closing remarks with Ambassador Brownback at the Ministerial to Advance Religious Freedom on July 26, 2018 at the U.S. Department of State, in Washington. Photo by State Department/Public Domain
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Young people from all over the world (shown above) gathered in Lebanon for the first Syriac Youth International Convention July 17-22. The event brought together youth living in the Middle East and from their adoptive countries in the West, including the United States; below, American youth pose with their shepherd, Syriac Catholic Continue reading
Delegates wait for Secretary of State Mike Pompeo to speak at the Ministerial to Advance Religious Freedom at the State Department in Washington, on July 26, 2018. (Alex Wroblewski/Reuters)
by Carol Morello July 26 at 6:47 PM Email the author Continue reading
• Charity unveils fresh emergency and pastoral aid plan
• Archbishop warns of impact of economic sanctions
By John Pontifex and Murcadha O Flaherty
MORE than 40 projects offering emergency relief and spiritual support to people in Continue reading
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In June, Archbishop Samuel J. Aquila traveled to visit persecuted Christians in Lebanon with a contingent of several other U.S. bishops. His visit was coordinated in part by St. Rafka’s Mission of Hope and Mercy, an apostolate founded by Father Andre Mahanna, Continue reading
Iraqi refugees at the Amriyat al Fallujah camp, western Baghdad, Iraq (ANSA)
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Iraqi Cardinal Louis Sako appeals to the citizens of Iraq to help build a harmonious and beneficial relationship between all members of the country, in order to aid its Continue reading
This weekend kicks off the 47th anniversary of the Arab and Chaldean Festival in Hart Plaza
It will be a celebration of the culture and an opportunity to create a cultural bridge for the community. We were joined by Dr. Jacoub Mansour, president of the Arab and Continue reading
A clergyman and altar servers process during Mass in 2014 at St. Joseph Chaldean Catholic Church in Baghdad, Iraq. (Credit: Ahmed Saad/Reuters via CNS.)
AMMAN, Jordan — The upcoming synod for the Iraqi Chaldean Catholic Church in Continue reading
By Stoyan Zaimov , Christian Post Reporter | Jul 24, 2018 7:48 AM
(Photo: American Center for Law and Justice)Christian pastor Yousef Nadarkhani with his wife, Fatema Pasindedih, and his two sons, Daniel, age 9, and Yoel, age 7.
Iranian security forces raided the home of Pastor Yousef Nadarkhani on Sunday, where Continue reading
The Arab American and Chaldean Council awarded scholarships to 30 graduating seniors at a recent golf outing and dinner. Photo courtesy of Arab American and Chaldean Council
By Anne Runkle, email@example.com, @AnneRunkle1 on Twitter Continue reading
Peaceful protesters in southern Iraq and Baghdad fear authorities are deliberately disabling internet access before security forces attack and open fire on them, Amnesty International has learned.
Trusted sources told the organization they believe internet access is being cut off to Continue reading
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The words of Jesus’ invitation – ‘Come and See’ (Jn 1, 39) are the guiding thread of the first Syriac Youth International Convention which is taking place in Lebanon, in Faytrun, Continue reading
Sex scandals, land scam, and charges of suppressing cases against priests. As Kerala Church, across denominations, fights the accusations, The Indian Express reports on what has brought it here and the debate within.
Written by Shaju Philip | Updated: July 22, 2018 10:08:56 am Continue reading