Delegation of Australian Catholic Bishops to visit refugees in Iraq and Lebanon. (Photo by Aoife Connors)
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A delegation of Australian bishops arrived in Beirut Monday afternoon to show solidarity with displaced Iraqi Christians and offer them moral and financial support.The delegation consists of Archbishop Christopher Prowse of Canberra and Goulburn, Archbishop Julian Porteous of Hobart, Melkite Eparch of Australia and New Zealand Bishop Robert Rabbat, Maronite Bishop of Australia Antoine-Charbel Tarabay, Chaldean Bishop of Australia Jibrael Kassab, the Coptic Orthodox Bishop of Sydney and Affiliated Regions Daniel, and Archbishop of the Ancient Church of the East Danil Bolis.At the airport, Bishop Boulos Sayyah welcomed the delegation on behalf of Maronite Patriarch Beshara Rai.
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