Directory : Religions : Christianity
- Opus Libani - http://www.opuslibani.org.lb/
The Catholic Church in Lebanon. Information about the Council of Catholic Patriarchs of the Orient, Assembly of Catholic Patriarchs and Bishops in Lebanon, the Middle East Council of Churches, and the Episcopal Conferences. Also includes resources about both the Patriarchies and the Catholic Churches (Maronite, Roman Catholics, Armenians, Copts, Syriacs, Chaldeans, and Latins).
- Maroun.org - Saint Maroun - http://www.maroun.org/
About Saint Maroun. Small chronology of his life, photos, and links.
- International Maronite Foundation - http://www.maronet.org/
Information about the Maronite Church. "The IMF is a catalyst for activism among the Maronites and other Christians of Lebanon and the Middle East for the preservation of Christianity and the perpetuation of our heritage and traditions."
- Antiochian Orthodox Archdiocese of Beirut - http://www.quartos.org.lb/
This is one of the nineteen archdioceses of the Antiochian Church.
- Mar Charbel - A Saint from Lebanon - http://www.marcharbel.com/
Mar Maroun monastery in Annaya.
- Orthodox Christian Archdiocese of Mount Lebanon - http://www.ortmtlb.org.lb/
Orthodox Christian Archdiocese of Byblos & Botrys (Mont Lebanon).
- The Lebanese Maronite League - http://www.maronite-league.org.lb/
Founded in 1952. Dedicated to bring together members of the Maronite community and defend its vital interests.
- The Seventh-day Adventist Church - http://www.adventist-meu.org.lb/
Alternative international christian community founded arround 1863.
- Middle-East Lutherian Ministry - http://www.melm.org.lb/
Founded in 1950, the Middle East Lutheran Ministry (MELM) is a Christian mass media organization (society), whose aim is to proclaim the gospel to the Arabic-speaking people.
- Bkerke - http://www.bkerke.org.lb/
The Maronite Patriarchate in Bkerke.
- Nimatullah Kassab Al-Hardini - http://www.hardini.org.lb/
Priest of the Maronite Lebanese Order and the spiritual mentor of Saint Charbel. He was beatified in 1998 by Pope John Paul II.
- Les Béatitudes au Liban - http://www.bealiban.com
Catholic community offering spiritual exchange inspired by Ste-Therese de Lisieux. Includes forums and articles. (Web site in French only.)