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The Mission of Hope and Mercy extended the hand of charity to the Convent of our Lady of Deliverance. The convent cares for the elderly and is located in Jubayl.
Jubayl, or Byblos, is a city on the coast of the Mediterranean Sea, about 20 miles north of Beirut. It is one of the oldest continuously inhabited towns in the world and the English word “Bible” is derived from its Greek name, “Byblos,” meaning papyrus.
The Mission of Hope and Mercy was blessed to provide 1,530 items of food, 600 liters of vegetable oil for cooking, 60 boxes of apples as well as the ability to repair their washing machine. We also supplied urgently needed diesel to run the generators. A constant supply of power is essential for the convent to run oxygen needed by its elderly and infirm residents.