Maronite patriarchate’s secretary Toq dies from a heart attack

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Voice of Lebanon reported that Maronite patriarchate’s secretary, Monsignor Youssef Toq passed away. He died from a heart attack and will be buried at his hometown of Besharri in northern Lebanon on Saturday.

His body was reportedly found in his bed on Friday morning at the seat of the patriarchate in Bkirki after he failed to appear for breakfast.

The monsignor was scheduled to take his summer vacation on Friday and spend it in Besharri.

Maronite Patriarch Beshara al-Rai will lead the funeral procession at the Saint Saba church at 4:00 pm Saturday.

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14 responses to “Maronite patriarchate’s secretary Toq dies from a heart attack”

  1. 5thDrawer Avatar
    5thDrawer

    The stress of living in Lebanon gets to everyone ….

    1. Sebouh80 Avatar
      Sebouh80

      I agree……..

    2. PROPHET.T Avatar
      PROPHET.T

      5th,
      I ‘m starting to wonder if you are working for ya libnan, otherwise, they should be paying you for all the hard work, and commitment you have for this site. I  vouch for you .lol
      Although I  don’t  always  agree with  your  views, I enjoy  reading  your comments, and find   them interesting ,and sometimes amusing. lol

      1. 5thDrawer Avatar
        5thDrawer

        Oh damn, Prophet & Sebouh … now you make me blush … but I’m happy if there’s some sense in it for you – or some humour. 🙂
        Actually, I was just sitting around with nothing to do one day, and happened upon a good read from Ghassan Karam. And then, that a few people had added good comments. So I thought I’d stick in my 2-cent’s worth. Kind of fun too.
          Thanks. I admit it’s a different mind here ….

    3. libnan1 Avatar

      Drinking Arak and Smoking Arjili relaxes the human sensation. You might equate it to the rat race we live in, it 101 degrees in Philly and traffic jams off the wazzo. 

    4. libnan1 Avatar

      Drinking Arak and Smoking Arjili relaxes the human sensation. You might equate it to the rat race we live in, it 101 degrees in Philly and traffic jams off the wazzo. 

  2.  Avatar
    Anonymous

    The stress of living in Lebanon gets to everyone ….

    1.  Avatar
      Anonymous

      I agree……..

    2. PROPHET.T Avatar
      PROPHET.T

      5th,
      I ‘m starting to wonder if you are working for ya libnan, otherwise, they should be paying you for all the hard work, and commitment you have for this site. I  vouch for you .lol
      Although I  don’t  always  agree with  your  views, I enjoy  reading  your comments, and find   them interesting ,and sometimes amusing. lol

      1.  Avatar
        Anonymous

        Oh damn, Prophet & Sebouh … now you make me blush … but I’m happy if there’s some sense in it for you – or some humour. 🙂
        Actually, I was just sitting around with nothing to do one day, and happened upon a good read from Ghassan Karam. And then, that a few people had added good comments. So I thought I’d stick in my 2-cent’s worth. Kind of fun too.
          Thanks. I admit it’s a different mind here ….

    3.  Avatar
      Anonymous

      Drinking Arak and Smoking Arjili relaxes the human sensation. You might equate it to the rat race we live in, it 101 degrees in Philly and traffic jams off the wazzo. 

    4.  Avatar
      Anonymous

      Drinking Arak and Smoking Arjili relaxes the human sensation. You might equate it to the rat race we live in, it 101 degrees in Philly and traffic jams off the wazzo. 

  3. libnan1 Avatar

    May God bless your sole Monsignor Youssef Toq. You were a good man.

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    Anonymous

    May God bless your sole Monsignor Youssef Toq. You were a good man.

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