Lebanon & St. Charbel

It’s time to add another stamp to your spiritual passport! Join Jason Nunez and his guest, Fr. Charles Khachan, Pastor of St. George Maronite Catholic Church, in San Antonio, TX, on a journey to Lebanon and the life of St. Charbel. 

During our journey, you will learn:

  • How did Christianity come to Lebanon, and what is the state of the Christian faith in Lebanon today?
  • Who are Maronite Catholics, and how we are all connected?
  • What spiritual lessons can we learn from St. Charbel, that can help us in our daily life?

Click here to visit the official website of St. George Maronite Catholic Church.

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Guest Information

Fr. Charles Khachan is the pastor of St. George Maronite Catholic Church in San Antonio, TX. St. George is an Easter Catholic parish and part of the Maronite Eparchy of Our Lady of Lebanon of Los Angeles. Fr. Charles was born in Lebanon and is the youngest of 3 children. Upon graduating from high school, he joined the Congregation of Maronite Lebanese Missionaries, a religious order based in Lebanon. In 1998, Fr. Khachan made his perpetual vows profession and on July 4, 1999, he was ordained to the priesthood. After serving 4 years as a middle school administrator, he was assigned to serve the Maronites in the United States in 2003. He served in the Maronite parishes of St. Maron in Cleveland, OH, Our Lady of Lebanon in Chicago,  IL, and St. George in San Antonio, TX. Fr. Charles has a Masters Degree in Education from John Carroll University, a Masters of Science in Ecclesial Administration and Management from St. Thomas University, and a Ph.D. in Education from the University of the Incarnate Word.



Jewel for the Journey:

“The Father’s will is always for your good.” – St. Charbel Makhlouf

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