Muslim, Jewish, Christian and Buddhist religious leaders applauded the “Spirit of Assisi” in interreligious meetings launched by Pope St. John Paul II thirty years ago in the Italian hill town.
Washington D.C., Sep 12, 2016 - Christians can’t be second-class citizens if they are to remain in the Middle East, and the next United States administration will need to stand up
Christians living in the Palestinian territories and elsewhere in the Middle East will this week be urged not to flee from the region as persecution intensifies. Church leaders who will
Having fled from war, the young woman competed in the 100 free style in the 100 butterfly. A year ago she almost died in the Aegean Sea during a crossing.
Accounts of peaceful co-existence between Christ’s followers and Muslims. Visit to the Syrian capital where the future is paved with gestures of openness and solidarity among people of different faiths.
Christians join the fasting of Ramadan. Chaldean Patriarch: weapons kill, prayer and fasting for peace work miracles
Baghdad - Today, many Christians in Iraq at the invitation of the Chaldean Patriarchate, join the fasting observed by their Muslim fellow citizens during the holy month of Ramadan.The initiative,
BETHLEHEM – Graffiti painted along the Separation wall, charged with political and social messages, have always been a form of protest against Israel’s unjust measures. Near the Emmanuel Monastery in
Aleppo (Agenzia Fides) - Since the beginning of the holy month of Ramadan, dedicated to prayer and fasting, the Syrian Orthodox Archdiocese of Aleppo offers daily food for breakfast and
Father Martin Hermis Dawood leads prayers at the Virgin Mary Camp in Baghdad every Saturday When members of Father Martin Hermis Dawood’s congregation used to ask guidance about fleeing
President Abu Mazen: we have a mission and a duty to protect the presence of Christians in the Middle East
Ramallah - The protection of the Christian presence in Palestine and all the East "is for us a duty and a mission": this is how Palestinian President Abu Mazen reiterated