Tony Faddoul, one of the team leaders of The Catholic Fellowship of NYC, will give a talk on “Christian Persecution in the Middle East” at the Church of the Holy Innocents hall (downstairs) this Thursday, Dec. 3 at 6:30 pm (following the 6 pm traditional mass).
Description of the Talk
The Christians in the Middle East are enduring a massive contemporary persecution. The talk will cover how Christians and minorities are being systematically annihilated and uprooted from their ancient land. Also, it will give a simplified history and ideology account of terrorism and how it affects the region and the world from establishing a state of terror all the way to the refugees crisis.
About the Speaker
Antoine (“Tony”) Faddoul is originally from Lebanon. He lived in several countries in the Middle East, and studied Arabic and Islamic history and literature. Faddoul often lecture and publish short papers about various topics from science to history and linguistics. His talks cover the history of the Middle East in addition to the Christians and
modern terrorism and persecution. He also works with organizations that bring awareness among policymakers and the general public to the Middle Eastern Christians and their suffering. Faddoul holds a Bachelor of Architecture and a Master of Science in Project Management.
— Adoration —
Young professionals adoration will be held at the Church of the Holy Innocents (Upper Church) at 7:15pm.
— Social —
A social will follow at the Hall downstairs (Lower Church) after adoration at 8:15pm.
This event is sponsored by The Catholic Fellowship of NYC