Assyrians in Russia
text by Sergei Mikhailov
translated by Felix Corley
photographs by Elena Bit-Sargis
(From Catholic Near East September – October 1998)
The remnant of a once mighty people struggles to find a place in 20th-century Russia.
Against All Odds: The Assyrian Church
by Brother David Carroll, F.S.C., Ph.D.
photos: courtesy, Assyrian Church of the East
(From Catholic Near East January 1992)
After centuries of persecution, the Assyrian Church of the East is putting down new roots in exile.
A New Genesis in Nineveh
by Namo Abdulla
(From ONE magazine November 2011)
Iraqi Christians find safety in the Kurdish-controlled north
An Iraqi “Catch 22”
by Michael J.L. La Civita
photos by Dwight Cendrowski
(From Catholic Near East January 1991)
Christian Iraqis in America strive to maintain their Chaldean roots while embracing a new American culture.
by Matthew Matuszak
(From ONE magazine July 2005)
How does a Middle Eastern church end up in Illinois?
Californias New Chaldean and Assyrian Parish
Catholic News Service (13 September 2011)
ORANGEVALE, Calif. (CNS) — Tom Simon
genuflects and kneels in prayer before the tabernacle. It
takes love, faith and sacrifice to build a house of the
Lord, he says.
Pope Expresses Solidarity with Christians in Iraq
Pope Benedict XVI has sent an ecumenical message of solidarity to celebrate the Golden Jubilee of Mar Dinkha IV, Catholicos Patriarch of the Assyrian Church of the East.
Picture of the Day: Remembrance
In this image from 2005, an Assyrian Christian man kisses a cross before the liturgy begins at St. George Cathedral in Chicago. (photo: Christian Molidor, R.S.M.)