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Christians in the Middle East

Even after ISIS is defeated, Muslim extremists prevent Iraqi Christians from returning to their homes

Only 20 Christian families have returned to Mosul since its liberation.

10 years after Mosul archbishop was killed, his beatification cause is opened

This week marks the anniversary of Al-Qaeda's kidnapping and slaying of the Chaldean leader.

Towards a World Day for Eastern Christians

On Palm Sunday, Christians from the West are invited to pray for peace in the Middle East.

This man is trying to help Mideast Christians stay home

Founder of SOS Eastern Christians explains 3 levels of action.

The night the Colosseum was covered with the blood of martyrs

Victims of violence against Christians were invited to share their testimonies in Rome

Rome’s Colosseum was lit red in solidarity with persecuted Christians

The event is meant to draw the world's attention to those who have suffered for practicing their faith.

Joseph Yacoub: In Iraq and Syria, “one of the oldest Christian communities is dying”

First holder of the UNESCO Chair of "Memory, Culture and Interculturality" and honorary professor at the Catholic University of Lyon, Joseph Yacoub talks to Aleteia about the future of Christianity in …

4 Inspiring Arabic-speaking saints

These holy men and women are a shining light in the Middle East.

Syria: The heroism of Christians in Aleppo deserves to be supported

A firsthand testimony by Father Firas Lufti, a Franciscan and vicar at the parish of St. Francis of Assisi in Aleppo.

Sudan government demolishes church just hours after service

Persecution of Christians in Sudan has been on the rise since 2013

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