The Church is the people of the Cross, which always continues “In the Footsteps of the Nazarene.” The Church was born on Calvary and, along with Her four marks – One, Holy, Catholic and Apostolic – we should add a fifth: Persecuted.
"In the Footsteps of the Nazarene" lifts the veil that much of Western mass media uses to cover the violent persecution that Christian communities suffer in many parts of the world. "In the Footsteps of the Nazarene" is not led by hearsay. To make this program possible, EUK Mamie Foundation - HM Television search for witnesses who are suffering first-hand persecution simply for being Christians.

Do Not Forget Them - Persecuted Priests

Wakeنp Project present "Do Not Forget Them - Persecuted Priests". A new clip to move everyone to pray for so many of our brother Priests who find themselves being persecuted, more specifically abducted, tortured, or before other forms of martyrdom. We invite you to unite yourself to the Novena for Fr. Tom. Click here.

 

 

In the Footsteps of the Nazarene: Bishop Antoine Audo


This time, “In the Footsteps of the Nazarene” features an interview with Bishop Antoine Audo, the Chaldean Catholic Bishop of Aleppo, a city that continues to be one of the focal points of the war in Syria and that has witnessed a drastic decline in its Christian population. As President of Caritas Syria, Bishop Antoine Audo has witnessed firsthand the suffering of both Christians and Muslims in this war, along with the extraordinary relief effort being carried out to help meet their needs regardless of their religion. Bishop Audo discusses the causes of the war and, above all, his concern for the future of the Church in Syria, a Church that has existed since the time of St. Paul and is now under siege.

In the Footsteps of the Nazarene: Fr. Antonio Aurelio Fernández, OSST

Fr. Antonio Aurelio Fernández, OSST shares with us his experience after his visit to the persecuted Christians in Syria, in the midst of car bombs and terrorist attacks. Fr. Antonio describes the harsh reality he encountered in Syrian cities like Homs, Damascus, and Aleppo, and the shocking irreality of the portrayal of the situation by the western mass media. The manipulation is all based on the political interests of countries like Saudi Arabia, Israel, the United States, and Germany. Fr. Antonio Aurelio Fernández is the president of Trinitarian International Solidarity (SIT). Pray with us for our persecuted brothers and sisters, who do not cease to ask for our support, and proclaim with them that you also are a “Nazarene.”

 

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