The Chaldean parish of St. Joseph, in Sadd Al-Bouchrieh (near Al-Nasr Club), arranged a pilgrimage trip to holy places in the north of Lebanon. It began with the Divine Liturgy celebrated by Monsignor Raphael Traboulsi and assisted by Deacon Danny Sheba, at eight in the morning before everyone visited the monastery of Saints Constantine and Helen. In the Jounieh area, there is the Monastery of the Lady of Nouriah (Hamat), the Monastery of Saint Simeon Al-Amoudi, and the shrine of the Lady of Kaftoun. After a short rest, the journey continued towards the town of Douma, the pearl of the north, Kfarhalda, and the monastery of St. John the Baptist. The trip ended with lunch in the city of Al-Harf, Jubail.

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