Christians in the Middle East

Christian militias are merely defending villages from an enemy that will show no mercy. But in doing so they must make dangerous choices

Working at her side as the West prepared for war with Saddam Hussein, I saw her dread as she glimpsed the future of Middle Eastern Christianity

Only 40,000 Christians are left in Aleppo, according to reports

Cardinal O’Brien, who ministered to dying troops in Vietnam, suggests US public is ‘very blase’ about ISIS

The archbishop says the crisis in Iraq has challenged his faith despite him encouraging Christians who flee to Irbil

Knights of Columbus have already raised $3 million for Christian refugees

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The eastern side of the River Jordan has been declared a World Heritage site

Cardinal Bagnasco may sound like a conspiracy theorist, but he raises pertinent questions over the persecution of Christians

In an Iraqi Christian refugee camp old men savour memories of Christmas dinners and young mothers anxiously nurse their newborns