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Patriarch Sfeir: No unified vision of Lebanon's future.

Maronite Patriarch, Cardinal Nasrallah Boutros Sfeir, headed Sunday mass at Bkerki Patriarchy. The title of the sermon was, "Jesus Among Scientists." After the mass, the Patriarch addressed the alarming current situation in the country, stating that "To each his own in Lebanon, as there is no unified view of the vital issues of the country; and this harms the present and future of Lebanon." Sfeir found that it was due time for all Lebanese to work together to raise this country from its long slumber.


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Publication:National News Agency Lebanon (NNA)
Date:Nov 1, 2009
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