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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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
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
Dear all: Although it was some time ago that we wrote this chronicle, now that we have internet connection, we would like to share it with you. It is very cold in Aleppo. We have just a few hours of … Continue reading
Mother, Do not be afraid! I am going to describe a painful incident. I am convinced that the episode, though tragic, can bring forth many beneficial effects, as it has done to us and so many others. Amal is a … Continue reading
I would like to invite everyone to pray for the religious sisters of the Greek Orthodox Monastery of Saint Tecla in Ma’lula, in Syria, who, two days ago, were taken away by force by armed men
At the end of his General Audience on Wednesday, Pope Francis called on everyone to pray for a group of nuns taken by force from the Greek Orthodox Monastery of Saint Tecla in the ancient Christian town of Ma’lula in … Continue reading
Aleppo, October 9, 2013 Hello everyone! We’re well and we continue to survive here! Today, finally we are able to contact you! Thank you all for your prayers and concern. We are all well, thanks be to God; we have, … Continue reading