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Father Hana Kildani prayers with members of his parish in their home in Marj Al Hamam, outside of Amman, Jordan.

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Father Hana Kildani, under the Latin Patriarchate of Jerusalem, is the parish priest of the Martyrs of Jordan Church, outside of Amman, Jordan.

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Father Hanna Kildani leads his congregation in worship just before receiving the Eucharist. 

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Father Hanna Kildani blesses the wine of the Eucharist at his church, The Martyrs of Jordan, a Latin Catholic Church in Marj Alhamam, Jordan. 

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A women confesses to Father Hanna Kildani just before the start of the Sunday evening service.

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A member of the congregation prays during the Sunday evening worship service at Martyrs of Jordan Church. 

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A small gathering of Catholic Christians gather for worship at Martyrs of Jordan Church on Sunday evening. 

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A group of young girls sit and wait before assisting Father Kildani in the service.

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Four young girls knee before the altar during mass. 

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The priest reads scripture during a small service at St. George Coptic Orthodox Church in Amman, Jordan. 

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A view inside St. George Coptic Orthodox Church in Amman, Jordan. There are very few Coptic Church's in Jordan due to the majority of Copts residing in Egypt. 

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Hazem Madanat prays with his family in their home in Marj Alhamam, Jordan.

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Father Hanna Kildani prayer with the Madanat family from his perish in Marj Alhamam, Jordan. 

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Father Kildani prays with a family from his congregation in Marj Alhamam, Jordan.

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Two young boys pose of the streets of Al Husn in northern Jordan, a predominately Christian city. 

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young boys pose near a fruit and vegetable stand they help run in Al Husn, Jordan.

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The city of Al Husn, has one of the largest Christian communities in Jordan, including Melkites and Orthodox.

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A gas station just south of the town of Al Husn, a predominately Christian city.

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A view of the outskirts of Madaba, Jordan. In the background is the Jesus Christ Mosque. 

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It is not uncommon to find sheep herds roaming the streets on the outskirts of Amman, Jordan.

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Northern Jordan consists of mountainous terrain and it is not occasionally experiences rain storms and even heavy snow fall.

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A street view from downtown Amman, Jordan.

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A store owner in Amman, Jordan.

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Sister Lara Shawareb, from the Rosary Sisters of Jerusalem, poses in The Church of John the Baptist where she works, in Madaba, Jordan.

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A view captured from the Citadel in downtown Amman, Jordan. Below you can see the 2nd century Roman ampitheatre.

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A cityscape of Amman Jordan taken from the top of the Citadel. 

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Father Hana Kildani prayers with members of his parish in their home in Marj Al Hamam, outside of Amman, Jordan.

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Father Hana Kildani, under the Latin Patriarchate of Jerusalem, is the parish priest of the Martyrs of Jordan Church, outside of Amman, Jordan.

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Father Hanna Kildani leads his congregation in worship just before receiving the Eucharist. 

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Father Hanna Kildani blesses the wine of the Eucharist at his church, The Martyrs of Jordan, a Latin Catholic Church in Marj Alhamam, Jordan. 

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A women confesses to Father Hanna Kildani just before the start of the Sunday evening service.

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A member of the congregation prays during the Sunday evening worship service at Martyrs of Jordan Church. 

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A small gathering of Catholic Christians gather for worship at Martyrs of Jordan Church on Sunday evening. 

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A group of young girls sit and wait before assisting Father Kildani in the service.

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Four young girls knee before the altar during mass. 

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The priest reads scripture during a small service at St. George Coptic Orthodox Church in Amman, Jordan. 

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A view inside St. George Coptic Orthodox Church in Amman, Jordan. There are very few Coptic Church's in Jordan due to the majority of Copts residing in Egypt. 

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Hazem Madanat prays with his family in their home in Marj Alhamam, Jordan.

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Father Hanna Kildani prayer with the Madanat family from his perish in Marj Alhamam, Jordan. 

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Father Kildani prays with a family from his congregation in Marj Alhamam, Jordan.

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Two young boys pose of the streets of Al Husn in northern Jordan, a predominately Christian city. 

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young boys pose near a fruit and vegetable stand they help run in Al Husn, Jordan.

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The city of Al Husn, has one of the largest Christian communities in Jordan, including Melkites and Orthodox.

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A gas station just south of the town of Al Husn, a predominately Christian city.

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A view of the outskirts of Madaba, Jordan. In the background is the Jesus Christ Mosque. 

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It is not uncommon to find sheep herds roaming the streets on the outskirts of Amman, Jordan.

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Northern Jordan consists of mountainous terrain and it is not occasionally experiences rain storms and even heavy snow fall.

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A street view from downtown Amman, Jordan.

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A store owner in Amman, Jordan.

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Sister Lara Shawareb, from the Rosary Sisters of Jerusalem, poses in The Church of John the Baptist where she works, in Madaba, Jordan.

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A view captured from the Citadel in downtown Amman, Jordan. Below you can see the 2nd century Roman ampitheatre.

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A cityscape of Amman Jordan taken from the top of the Citadel. 

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