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Saint Charbel on WikipediaSaint Charbel on Wikipedia
Saint Charbel , or Sharbel, (May 8, 1828 – December 24, 1898), born as Youssef Antoun Makhlouf in Bekaa Kafra in northern Lebanon, was a Maronite Catholic monk and priest, now venerated as a saint.
Visit Saint Maron Annaya MonasteryThe official website of the monastery Saint Maron Annaya – Tomb of Saint Charbel.
The Maronite History ProjectThe purpose of this portal is to publish the history of the Maronites on the internet based on historical facts found in public known books and sources.
Qadisha ~ The Sacred ValleyThe Sacred Valley is in itself an Invitation to the forgetfulness of self, to meditation , and to Prayer. In the Sacred Valley, the Maronites heard the Gospel and Lived by it. The Caves in the Valley became the retreats of hermits devoted to the inner life of union with the creator. The Sacred Valley is in itself an Invitation to the forgetfulness of self, to meditation, and to prayer. www.peregabriel.com [ Arabic ] www.albishara.org [ Arabic ] www.kafanalmassih.org [ Arabic ]
Charbel, The Movie Trailer
One Minute in Menjez, Northern Lebanon
A Lenanese Slide Show of Lebanon
Lebanese Life and Culturewww.albustanfestival.com International Festival of Music & the Performing Arts www.tangolebanon.com Beirut International Tango Festival www.baalbeck.org The Baalbeck International Festival beiteddine.org THE BEITEDDINE ART FESTIVAL byblosfestival.org The Byblos Festival www.tyrefestival.com The Tyre Festival zoukmikaelfestival.org The Zouk Mikael International Festival An ARABIC Facebook Page devoted to Charbel The Movie. An ARABIC Facebook Page devoted to Saint Charbel. Father Hanna Skandar; A Maronite Monk Facebook Page. 305 Images taken from Charbel The Movie FREE to Download.
Charbel, The Movie TrailerA YouTube Collection of Videos related to Saint Charbel.
Photography Art of Father Joseph M. Abboud
Father Joseph M. Abboud a Maronite Monk’s passion for the Art of Photography.