Archangel Raphael Cathedral- Baabda
|Sunday 10:30 am|
St. Joseph - Al Rawda
Sunday 01:00 pm
|Mar Elias - Dekwaneh||Saturday 7:00 pm|
welcome to the
chaldean eparchy of beirut
The Chaldean Catholic Church, also known as the Chaldean Church of Babylon,
is a church that was established in Iraq.
According to traditions, the Gospel of Salvation has reached it through Saint Thomas
the Apostle and his two disciples, Addai and Mari. The Chaldean Church speaks the Syriac
language with its oriental accent that descends from the Aramaic language, the language of Jesus Christ.
The Chaldean Church shares roots with the Assyrian Church, as both churches composed
the “The Church of the East ” before the fifteenth century.
This center receives refugee and expatriate families in Lebanon to provide them with food, health, social and spiritual assistance
The center receives more than two hundred Iraqi and Syrian students, and provides them, with a high-level educational staff
This unique project offers beneficiaries health care services through a medical staff consisting of thirty doctors in addition to a pharmacy, a laboratory and an educational and awareness lecture hall
A semi-free school in the town of “Kamid al-Laouz” in the Bekaa region
This project was completed with the construction of the Resurrection Church and its salon to receive mourners, the construction of a number of new tombs and the preparation of a road leading to the project
our recent news
Bishop Michel Kassarji, Pastor of the Chaldean Church in Lebanon, ,celebrated the Easter Mass at the Archangel Raphael Cathedral in Baabda, Brasilia, assisted by the Episcopal General Vicar Monsignor Raphael Traboulsi and Father Youssef Khaled and the deacon Joseph Isho. After the Gospel, Bishop Kassarji gave a sermon entitled: “Fear…
Community with over 16 different
Over 20,000 Chaldean men and
women live in Lebanon.
60 percent of our community
is under the age of 34.