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Fr Flader: Who are the Maronite Catholics?

Maronite Catholics take their name from St Maroun, a holy hermit who lived near Antioch, in Syria, and died in 410AD. Fiercely loyal to Our Lady and the Holy See, theirs is the only Eastern rite which has always been part of the Catholic church.

Maronites on Mission Gala raises over 100K

The Maronites on Mission charity group raised over $118,000 at their annual gala in November, the 10th event in as many years.

Melto D’Moronoyo: Joy of being filled with the Holy Spirit!

Alleluia! Something glorious is coming our way. He who fulfils all our longings and causes us to leap for joy like at the Visitation.

Melto D’Moronoyo: No matter the sin, you matter to God

We just have to accept that God does not see things the same way we do. The Scriptures constantly show that God loves the repentant sinner.

Melto D’Moronoyo: God’s spirit moves in the Maronite community

The spirit of community is one that has long been an integral part of the Maronite Church in Australia. We have seen it on many occasions—a large community coming together to celebrate, to pray or to grieve.

Bishop Tarabay: The beating heart of Lebanon is in Bkerke

The beating heart of Lebanon is in Bkerke, the Patriarchal See of the Maronite Catholic Patriarchate of Antioch and All the East.

Melto D’Moronoyo: Patriarch’s Aussie visit will unite Maronite Eparchy

While millions of young people gathered around the pope in the streets of Lisbon, Portugal for World Youth Day, a similar gathering took place...

Melto D’Moronoyo: The hidden saints serving a God who sees

By Salwa Elias It is a great blessing to know that among the mountains and cedars of Lebanon are the hidden and unseen warriors of...

Melto D’Mororoyo: Marian devotion through Maronite hymns

By John Paul Laba “In tradition it is said: The apostles heard a call, to return, from East and West, to the Virgin Mary’s side…”...

Melto D’Moronoyo: Faith, fortitude and the Maronite identity

Some of my earliest memories are of Our Lady of Lebanon in Harris Park, where I would attend 9:30am English-language Mass with my family every Sunday, Fersan Al Adra (parish ministry for school aged children which translates to “Knights of Mary”) every Saturday, and visit for a quick prayer every morning before school, where staff and students were predominantly Maronite.

Official merch for Maronite milestone

Australia’s Maronite Catholics are gearing up for the golden jubilee of their eparchy—literally. Maronite Bishop Antoine-Charbel Tarabay blessed official apparel for the 50th anniversary on 14 July.

Natalia embarks on her first World Youth Day with confidence in...

Suffering has taught Natalia Matar a lot about herself and she says she is fully prepared for whatever God has in store for her first-ever pilgrimage to World Youth Day in Lisbon.
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