Violation of human rights; Freedom of speech! Featured

By Zewa Dawod

Is one of the fundamental human rights which includes; freedom of speech, or of the press, and the right of people to peacefully assemble. It is a principle which supports the freedom of individuals or a community to article their opinion without any fears of Continue reading

THE LAND OF GIBRAN AND THE BECOMING ABUNDANT OF THE ESSENCE Featured

By Yusuf Begtas

We’ve decided to visit the Lebanon between the 9th and 16th of September with my friend Habip Do?an in response to the insistent invitation. On the occasion of this trip, we greeted our Maronite brothers whom I’ve been longing for to get to know for a long time. We got close and touched each other. We’ve coalesced with each other. We’ve taken a stroll together through the corridors of history. We’ve completed our trip and contacts with the siege of affectionate style 

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Card Sako: Pentecost and the strength to overcome the Covid-19 emergency

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The closures imposed by the virus provide an opportunity for “meditation and reflection” on Christ’s teachings to mature “in faith and vocation”. The crisis is “violent” but “transitory” and humanity will emerge “stronger”. The return to faith, the maturation of a domestic Church with the contribution of the Holy Spirit. From religious leaders the Continue reading

Aid for 20,000+ families as COVID-19 threat grows

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Syria, Homs
Emergency help for needy families with food basket in Homs and supporting to protect themselves against the Coronavirus.
SYRIA / NATIONAL 19/00452
Post-Conflict Socially Recovery Project in Homs Dair al-Moukhalles and Bab as-Sybea.
FEATURE HISTORY IS COMING.

John Pontifex MORE than 20,000 families in Syria are to benefit from an emergency COVID-19 aid package just approved by a leading Catholic charity. Food baskets, face masks, sanitary items and other coronavirus protective equipment are being funded by Aid to the Church in Need (ACN). Continue reading

Christ on the front lines: Remembering the fallen

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Marines bow their heads during a field service led by Chaplain Eric Malmstrom during his deployment to Iraq in 2005. (Photo courtesy of Eric Malmstrom)
By Stacey Egger Each Memorial Day, Americans remember  those who have given their lives in service to their country. But for countless active military members, veterans Continue reading