Chaldean Catholic Archbishop Bashar Warda of Erbil says the international community is key to aiding his strife-torn country.
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Administration announced this week that 560 troops will go to Iraq to help the Iraqi Security Forces.
Italian police say they have in custody four suspects, with two at large, who were plotting specific attacks with Islamic State group terror leaders.
The visit will assert “the Christian commitment” to supporting all those who have been wounded by ISIS including Christians, Muslims and Yazidis.
Father Jacques Mourad fulfilled a promise to the Virgin Mary and is headed back to Syria.
A multinational West African force struck a blow to the Islamist terror army, which has claimed the lives of 20,000 Africans.
While the U.S. debates the integrity of the refugee program vs. the risks, the situation of Syrian refugees grows more desperate in countries such as Lebanon and Jordan, which can no longer sustain them.
The U.S. bishops’ chairman of the migration committee called for ‘strengthening the already stringent [refugee] program,’ while at the same time continuing to ‘welcome those in desperate need.’
Cardinal André Vingt-Trois told mourners gathered in the Cathedral of Notre Dame that they have only two options: to resort to the ‘tranquilizers’ of this world or ‘the God of life.’
The Holy Father praised the Jesuit Refugee Service for its mission “to accompany, to serve and to defend the rights of refugees.”