Biblical References
Cedars of Lebanon

Prophet Elijah

Prophet Jonah

Miracle of Water into Wine at Cana

Miracle of Cananite Woman in Sidon

Lady of Awaiting Mantara

Keys of Heaven

Mount Hermon
St Thomas in Tyre

St Paul in Sidon

Lebanon a Holy Land

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Lebanon a holy land and a message.

Throughout history, God has blessed Lebanon with many Saints. The valley of Saints in Qadisha, St. Charbel in Anaya, St. Rifqa, Nimat Allah ALHardini from Hardin, Father Yakoub ALKabooshi, and Father Bishara Abu Murad from Deir ALMukhalis, all prove that Lebanon is a sacred and holy land.

The Holy Father announced that Lebanon “The beloved land” as he calls it, is more than a country. Lebanon is a message. This country gave the first alphabet to the whole world and this was where Christianity grew in its infancy. The Holy Father in 1997 requested a special conference on Lebanon in Rome so that the leaders of the world realize the importance of its message as a unique religious, social and modern country with 18 Christian and Moslem sects living together in harmony regardless of some conflicts that always arose due to outside interference.

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Saint Charbel

St. Charbel, Vatican II

St. Charbel Monastery

Saint Rafqa

Nimatullah ALHardini

Bishara Abu Murad


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