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Church bells rang across the southern coastal city of Sidon Tuesday morning as people gathered for Christmas Mass and heard sermons underscoring the importance of restoring faith between the state and the people.In Sidon's Church of St. Nicolas, Archbishop Elie Haddad, pastor of Sidon and Deir al-Qamar's Roman Catholic Melkite Church, deplored that so many people in Lebanon are in need of basic goods and services such as water, electricity, bread, heating and education, warning that the situation was only getting worse.
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