Où sommes-nous?

Dans le Caza de Batroun, à Toula, porte nord de la Vallée sainte

Toula est un modeste village libanais, un peu comme Nazareth au temps de Jésus : un village calme et assez pauvre, idéal pour mener la vie érémitique : c’est ce village de Toula qui a été choisi par Dieu pour implanter mystérieusement sa petite Laure Abana-Notre Père : un Grand Mystère!

Toula (Arabic: تولا ) is a village in Batroun District, North Governorate, Lebanon, 15 km far from Batroun. Situated at an altitude ranging from 460 meters above sea level at its lowest point, to 760 metres. It is known for its olive oil and figs. The residents are Christians. Its St-Doméce’s (Mar Doumit) parish church dates back to 1270, it was restored in 1921 and has beautiful stone vaults inside. There are also the Slayyeb church and Mar Aabda’s church.