|Lebanon Sites (196 - 210 of 262)|
Saint Nohra - Wikipedia
Information about Saint Nohra, was an early Christian saint. The saint's name is Aramaic in origin, meaning Master of Light.
St. Charbel for Life
Website of St. Charbel for Life. Abortion, clonning, family, education and more.
Felowship Bible Baptist Church (FBBC), Lebanon
Website of the Fellowship Bible Baptist Church in Hadath, Mount Lebanon. Information about the church, doctrine, sermons, mission conferences, photo albums, different videos and more.
Maronite Patriarchal Synod
Aims to discover the Maronite heritage and traditions, and to confirm the unity of the Maronite church in the patriarchal territory and in the countries of expansion.
Sister Marie Keyrouz Website
Official website of the Lebanese Sister Marie Keyrouz. Biography, prayers, concerts, contact details and more.
Elias Peter Hoayek - Wikipedia
Information about Archbishop and Patriarch Elias Peter Hoayek, was the Patriarch of Antioch for the Maronites. He is hailed as the father of Lebanonism and the founder of the modern Lebanese state.
Joseph Malouf - Wikipedia
Information about Archbishop Joseph Rasheed Malouf, the Melkite Greek Catholic Archbishop of Baalbek region, Lebanon.
Website provides information about the Blessed Virgin Mary in Lebanon.
Darb Es-Sama - Father Simon El-Zind Website
Website of the Lebanese Father Simon El-Zind. Bioghraphy, seminars, studies, comments and more.
Saint Maron Minneapolis
Website of Saint Maron's Church of Minneapolis.
Sky of Lebanon - Tarateel
Provides a selection of religious and spiritual songs.
St. Charbel Maronite Church, Canada
Website of Saint Charbel Maronite Church in Ottawa, Canada. History, masses, events and more.
Anthony Peter Khoraish - Wikipedia
Information about the Cardinal Anthony Peter Khoraish, a Maronite Patriarch of Antioch and the Whole Levant from 1974 until his resignation in 1986 and a cardinal of the Catholic Church.
Badaro Baptist Church Lebanon
Website providing information about the Badaro Baptist Church in Lebanon. Profile, memories, trips and more.
Cathedrale St. Maron, Montreal
Website of the Cathedrale Saint Maron in Montreal, Canada.