Lebanese nun says she learned from writing icon for London shrine
Melkite Sr. Souraya Herro of Lebanon wrote the icon based on a traditional image widely known as the "Mother of Tenderness."
US nun at Lebanese hospital recalls 'mass of people ... on stretchers'
U.S. Daughter of Charity Sr. Ann Sauvé, a member of the administrative staff at the order's Sacred Heart Hospital in this Beirut suburb, will not easily forget Aug. 4 and the massive explosion in the port of Beirut.
In Lebanon, Carmelite nun organizes Christians, Muslims to feed soldiers
As the Lebanese army wages an offensive against an Islamic State enclave near the border of Syria, Lebanese civilians — Christian and Muslim — are working side by side, not far from the frontlines, to feed some 5,000 soldiers.
'It pierced my heart like a knife,' nun says after visit to Iraqis
Sr. Marie Claude Naddaf, provincial leader of the Sisters of the Good Shepherd for Lebanon and Syria, is still shaken by what she witnessed visiting Irbil, Iraq. Representing the Union of the Superior Generals of women religious in Lebanon, Naddaf accompanied Catholic Near East Welfare Association on its Sept. 2-5 mission.
See also: Sister to sister: Christians in Syria, Iraq and Lebanon by Clare Nolan