|Lebanon Sites (61 - 75 of 255)|
Saint Charbel Family Website
An ecclesiastic community, whose main mission is to minister its members to become monks. A school of prayers, fellowship to Jesus Christ and implementation of the fundamentals of the Bible.
Mohammad Hussein Fadlallah - Wikipedia
Information about Mohammad Hussein Fadlallah, Lebanese religious leader.
Mouvement Eucharistique des Jeunes - Bauchrieh, Lebanon
Information about the Youth Ephkharistic Movement in Lebanon.
Dar El-Fatwa in the Lebanese Republic
Website of Dar El-Fatwa in the Lebanese Republic. The highest spiritual Islamic Sunnat reference in Lebanon.
Vineyard of the Lord - Maronite Tube
Maronite vocations to the priesthood and religious life. Includes vocations and christian education videos.
Saint Charbel Grave - Monastery Saint Maron Annaya, Lebanon
Official website of the monastery Saint Maron, Annaya where the tomb of Saint Charbel. Includes history of the monastery, St. Charbel life, beatification and more information.
Saint Rafqa - Wikipedia
Information about Rafqa Pietra Choboq Ar-Rayes, a Lebanese Maronite saint canonized by Pope John Paul II on June 10, 2001.
Official website of Bkerke, house of the Maronite Patriarchate of Antioch and all the East.
Al Ingil Al Yawmi
Website covering the daily Bible verses and readings.
International Maronite Foundation
Not-for-profit organization seeks to provide comprehensive information about the Maronite Church, its causes and interests.
Adyan Village, Lebanon
A Lebanese foundation for interfaith studies and spiritual solidarity, with christian and muslim founding members.
Religious Tolerance - Druze
Religious website about Druze in the World. Background, beliefs, practices and other information.
Saint Ann Website
Official website of Saint Ann, a maronite catholic church located in New York, USA.
Website created by the Lebanese Fr. Antonio El Feghali, a Maronite priest and a religious member of the Maronite Order of the Blessed Virgin Mary (OMM).
Beith Souryoye Morounoye
Provides information about the Antiochan Syriac Maronite Church Identity and Tradition. Qurbono (Liturgy), shhimto (prayers), qolo (Hymn), and Lessons.