Results from Tag: 'syrian christians'
Speaking from the front lines of this week’s Turkish invasion of northern Syria, a young Christian resident discusses the consequences of President Trump’s decision to pull American troops out of the region.
His Beatitude Ignatius Youssef III Younan made a pre-Easter visit to his beleaguered faithful in Syria.
Sister Carolin Tahhan Fachakh, a member of the Salesian Daughters of Mary, Help of Christians, was one of 13 women who received the honor.
Archbishop Mario Zenari and 16 other priests and bishops will be named cardinals Nov. 19, the eve of the close of the Jubilee of Mercy.
Our Last Stand, by daring, young Catholic director, depicts suffering and resilience.
Since 2011, only 2% of Syrian refugees have been Christians, even though they comprise 10% of Syria’s pre-civil war population and are subject to harsh persecution by Islamist militants.
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 pastor credited the Virgin Mary for protecting the congregation from a missile strike that would have been deadly had it detonated on the church.
But Why Aren't Displaced Christians Making It to the US?