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: Servant of the Lord and the Virgin of Matara – Syria –
War is a terrible agony. The children especially, being the most vulnerable, suffer greatly. A distressed teacher told us that the kids, during their recess, do not speak about anything else: “My mom could not wash our clothes because we … Continue reading
Apostolic Vicar of Aleppo Discusses City’s Present Situation and Breakdown of Law and Order By H. Sergio Mora RIMINI, August 28, 2014 (Zenit.org) – The armed occupation of Syria by Islamic State militants is not the worst thing to happen … Continue reading
Dear Friends, When we passed through Rome on the way to our home countries, we had the gift of being able to greet Pope Francis. It was on a Wednesday during the General Audience. St. Peter’s Square was packed with … Continue reading
In the 3 terrible missile explosions that happened in January a few meters from where we live, our Cathedral Church was badly damaged, because of which it was closed for four months. In May, the month of Mary, we were … Continue reading
Aleppo, August 3, 2013 Dear Friends: Thank you for your messages, and especially for your prayers! The city continues to be under siege and heavy fighting, but in recent days they have allowed the entry of gas and food, albeit … Continue reading
(Vatican Radio) Pope Francis met with humanitarian groups dealing with the Syrian crisis on Wednesday before his general audience. The event was organized by the Pontifical Council “Cor Unum”. “In the face of ongoing and overwhelming violence, I strongly renew … Continue reading