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Christians in the Middle East

Will Prince William follow family tradition of acquiring a tattoo in the Holy Land?

The English royal would be following in the footsteps of his ancestors if he were to get inked in Jerusalem.

Holy See approves opening of cause of beatification of Iraqi priest and deacons killed in 2007

The priest and three deacons were killed in Mosul, Iraq after celebrating Mass.

Honoring Mary, Iraqi Christians focus on women

Before Iraq can rebuild the infrastructure, they must rebuild the family.

Early Christian “secret church” excavated in former ISIS-held territory

The tunnels used to escape the Romans remained hidden from ISIS

Why is the Syrian Church not condemning Assad, but criticizing the rebels and the UN?

Three experts on the Middle East explain the reason behind this ecclesiastical position and whether it clashes with the ideas of Pope Francis.

Middle Eastern Church leaders put Syrian crisis in context

Christians lose, no matter who uses chemical weapons or what the response is, they say

Bahrain to have a new cathedral

Reflecting the spiritual need of the growing number of Christians in the region.

Nun who suffered from ISIS in Iraq refused entry into UK

Sister Ban denied visa from British Home Office

Knights of Columbus sends $1M to Iraqi, Syrian Christians for Easter

"As we recall the passion, death and resurrection of Jesus, it is particularly timely for us to remember and support our brothers and sisters in Christ who have ... endured so much persecution for …

Pakistani Christian beaten to death by hospital staff

No attempt was made to save the dying man

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