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Cedars of Lebanon, a cultural treasure for an ancient land, face threats

Climate change, insect infestation squeezing area where ancient biblical symbol can thrive.

“They thought they were imprisoning me, but I imagined I was in a hermitage with St. Charbel”

An exclusive interview with the executive chairman of the second largest Christian political party in Lebanon.

Aleteia exclusive: Trump’s road map for the Christians of the Middle East

An expression of hope from the International Christian Union

To save the Middle East, save Lebanon, pleads Maronite Patriarch

Country is "door to democracy" in midst of ongoing conflicts, Cardinal Bechara Boutros Rai says

Muslim Newscaster Shares Her Devotion to St. Charbel, Urges Peace

Tells Aleteia's Arabic edition of her relationship with Lebanese saint, and what she believes is his message to Christians and Muslims

WATCH: The Alluring Beauty of Lebanon

This part of the world is rich in history and important in salvation history

Pope Addresses Pastoral Needs of Eastern Rite Immigrants in U.S., Canada

Immigrants to North America, hailing from the world's trouble spots, will be better able to worship in their traditions

Bystander Sacrifices Life in Lebanon Suicide Bombing, Preventing Many More Deaths

Adel Termos saw second suicide bomber approaching crowd and sacrificed himself

Saint Rita of Cascia, Hewn From the Rocks of Lebanon

The Italian saint is particularly beloved of Lebanese Christians

ISIS “Were Not Strangers; They Were Our Neighbors”

Their 5 year-old son "killed for wearing a cross", Iraqi family tells the awful tale

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