This evening, in the Patriarchal Cathedral of Our Lady of Neighborhood of the Melkite Greek Catholics in Al-Zaytoun neighborhood in Damascus, the Christmas Charity Bazaar opened in St. Justin Hall.
The Patriarchal Vicar, Archbishop Nicholas Antiba, said that holding bazaars has become an annual tradition before Christmas, which enhances social solidarity and cooperation among the members of the same Syrian family.
Antipa added: We pray and ask God to preserve Syria's people, army and leadership, and to restore peace to its parts and to spread joy in it.
The bazaar, which lasts four days, includes hand-made products such as clothes, accessories, wooden products, Christmas decorations, and various food products such as sweets, chocolate, jams, drinks, and juices, in addition to toys for children, part of the proceeds of which go to the charitable activities of the church.
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