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Also Remembers Orthodox Bishops As Second Anniversary of Abductions Approaches
Pope Francis appealed for the release of Father Paolo Dall’Oglio, a Jesuit priest kidnapped two years ago in Syria. The Italian priest, who worked in Syria for the past 30 years, was kidnapped in July 2013 by the so-called Islamic State. Father Dall’Oglio engaged in Christian-Muslim dialogue, notably through the...read more
Articles from section "Conflicts, War and Terrorism"
A look at how the war is changing and what's being done to help
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The British group Ooberfuse has traveled to Erbil to record the video.
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Iraq has the most displaced people, with two million victims.
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The Maronite Patriarch has expressed concern about the religious situation in Lebanon given the precarious situation of Sunni Muslim refugees from Syria.
This report is provided by Oliver Maksan of Aid to the Church in Need. * * * In an interview at his official residence, Cardinal Bechara Rai told international Christian charity Aid to the …read more
Cardinal Leonardo Sandri, prefect of the Congregation for Eastern Churches, spoke Wednesday at the opening of a symposium “Christians in the Middle East: what future?” organised by the …read more