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Melto D’Moronoyo: Faith persevered in time of crisis

By Ella Marie Kalache Covid played havoc with everything, including our faith. But we were not overcome Empty churches. Echoed sounds of silence. The lingering smell...

Melto D’Moronyo: When eternity enters into time

The Maronite Liturgy: what can we do but share in the self-offering of the Lamb? The Divine Liturgy of the Christian churches is best understood...

Melto D’Moronoyo: Women as Messengers of the Resurrection.

Presently, in the Maronite Church we are celebrating the season of the Resurrection. This is a wonderful time to reflect on the role and...

The end of our Maronite Lenten journey

My earliest memory of attending church with my family, is the excitement my siblings and I experienced heading into the week of Hosanna Sunday....

Personal tragedy inspires public service: Bridget Sakr shares her story

Just over two years ago, Bridget Sakr’s 11-year-old daughter Veronique was killed along with her three cousins by a drunk and drugged driver at...

Melto D’Moronoyo: Learning wisdom’s lessons

Some years ago, my father-in-law told me that a book had been written about his mother. His mother had been a simple village woman in Lebanon. She worked helping other women in the village give birth.
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Maronite monasticism

On 17 January, the Church celebrates the Feast of St Antony the Great (also known as St Antony of Egypt; 251-356), a man of God whose holiness and way of life became a beacon for monks through the centuries, in the Middle East and Europe.
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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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Melto D’Moronoyo: Unique tradition gives life

By Ann-Marie Boumerhe Born into a devout Maronite family from a picturesque coastal village near the bay of Jounieh, Lebanon, my mother was a dedicated...

Plenary voices: Bishop Antoine-Charbel Tarabay

We are halfway through this historic event, the First General Assembly of the Fifth Plenary Council of Australia. First, I thank the Lord I am here. It...
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