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Melto D’Moronoyo: St John Paul II’s love for Lebanon shines on

This is an excerpt of the homily of Maronite Bishop Antoine-Charbel Tarabay on the occasion of the Feast of St John Paul II, at a Maronite Church dedicated to the memory of this beloved pope and saint.

Melto D’Moronoyo: This Season of the Cross, let’s secure kids’ lives

In the Maronite Church, the Season of the Cross is the last season of the liturgical year, preceding the Season of the Glorious Birth of Our Lord. The Feast of the Holy Cross is rightfully a joyous occasion, with the Divine Liturgy and Eucharistic Adoration being celebrated.

Melto D’ Moronoyo: Christ’s disciples are not promised sunshine and rainbows

There is something about an early morning Maronite Liturgy during the week that makes sense. By all means, it shouldn’t be that way.

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.

Melto D’ Moronoyo: The Cardinal who loved Lebanon

Cardinal loved Lebanon The more we shed light on the life and achievements of his Eminence George Cardinal Pell the more we realise that he...

Bishops fear for Lebanon

As Lebanon sinks further into chaos, Australia’s Maronite Bishop Antoine-Charbel Tarabay OLM and Melkite Bishop Robert Rabbat issued a joint call for national reconciliation in Lebanon.
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Maronite bishops backs call for inquiry into Beirut blast

Maronite Bishop Antoine-Charbel Tarabay has called for an independent investigation into the explosions that rocked Beirut.

Maronite and Melkite bishops say thanks for Aussie aid a year...

Archbishop Antoine-Charbel Tarabay has thanked Australian Catholics for their generous aid to Lebanon on year on from the devastating Beirut port blast.

Maronites rebuild a city

Hampered by an ineffectual government,  the Church is quietly doing what is necessary In a flash, people’s lives were forever changed shortly after 6pm on...

Maronites launch Christmas Appeal to aid tragic suffering of Lebanon

A monthly contribution of $50 for twelve months or a once-off $600 payment can provide basic food necessities for a small family in Lebanon for one year, a statement by Bishop Tarabay said.

Pope calls for day of prayer, fasting for Lebanon

Cardinal Pietro Parolin will visit Beirut on 4 September to bolster Christians recovering from blasts.

New life at Beirut parish amid grief

The baptism of Simon Charbel this week was a sign of hope for a broken city.
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