In Lebanese crisis, religious also function as relief, social workers

As Lebanon crumbles under a socioeconomic crisis, Lebanon's religious are assuming roles as relief and social workers.

In Lebanon, Vatican official urges peace, assures people of pope's concern

The Vatican's foreign minister traveled to Lebanon with messages for its politicians and for ordinary people.

Mideast Catholic patriarchs urge Christmas hope amid misery

Patriarchs of the Middle East urged their faithful, overwhelmed with suffering, to hold on more tightly to hope this Christmas.

Lebanese religious leaders stress unity after meeting with U.N. chief

Lebanon's economic meltdown, which began in late 2019, has been described by the World Bank as one of the worst in the world since 1850.