Help us to help others!Initiative of the ONLUS Mission Office of the Institute of the Incarnate Word (IVE) Word in order to create awareness regarding the plight of Christians in Syria and to raise funds for the alleviation of their needs. Our missionaries serve in the city of Aleppo. They are assisting spiritually and materially the victims of armed conflict. Your support is very valuable . . . thousands of people who are suffering the consequences of the war will be grateful for your help.
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Category Archives: Institute of the Incarnate Word – IVE – Syria
Aleppo, 20 November 2018 Dear all: Just six months after opening of the Church of the Annunciation, and by grace of God, it has already become a center of prayer and various activities, even in the midst of devastation caused … Continue reading
Aleppo, March 19th 2018 Dear All In the middle of last December I arrived at Aleppo, my new destination, a new mission. Taking advantage of the festive Christmas period I began visiting families both in the Vicariate (parish) where we … Continue reading
“the situation in Iraq is exhausting.” “It’s been twelve years now that there are about 20 attacks a day. A person goes to the market, and you don’t know if he or she is going to come back alive” … Continue reading
Damascus (Agenzia Fides) – Yesterday the central areas and suburbs of Damascus were hit by intense firing rockets and mortar shells, both from areas under rebel control and from the artillery of the government army.
Prays for Persecuted Christians, Minorities in Syria and Iraq Rome, January 30, 2015 (Zenit.org) Pope Francis called for a “negotiated solution” to assist those suffering from persecution and violence in Syria and Iraq. The Holy Father made his appeal during an audience … Continue reading
Prelates Convene to Discuss Situation of Persecuted Christians Rome, January 29, 2015 (Zenit.org) The Patriarchs of the Middle East met to discuss the situations facing Christians in the region, particularly those who have been displaced due to conflict.
When insurgents stormed Kessab, they posted pictures of themselves protecting ancient churches. But a visit to the Syrian town tells a different story. Rain seeped into the tombs through shattered flagstones. Nearby, marble crosses lay in pieces. Plastic flowers, once … Continue reading