The August 4 explosion severely damaged Tele Lumiere-Noursat Christian Network in Beirut, yet the news channel has carried out it mission to be "a light in the darkness."
Aid to the Church in Need interviews Maronite Archbishop Paul Abdel Sater of Beirut.
Altogether, Aid to the Church in Need is helping more than 5,800 families. At the center, the Daughters of Charity have undertaken to distribute this aid to 350 families.
Aid to the Church in Need's Reinhard Backes talks about his fact-finding mission in Lebanon, the last country in the Middle East with a substantial presence of Christians.
In all, more than 5,800 needy families are being helped through the ACN-funded initiative—in cooperation with CNEWA and Caritas Lebanon—at several distribution centers in areas of Beirut affected …
The Franciscan Missionary Sisters of Mary serve the needy in Beirut, where the possibility of a famine has become very real.
No other country in the Middle East or North Africa has as great a proportion of Christians.
Cardinal Parolin in suffering country for World Day of Prayer.
Francis holds a moment of silent prayer for Lebanon at first public general audience since lockdown.
Gift follows donation by pope to aid in rebuilding Beirut, devastated by August 4 blast.