Six hundred Christian children whose families fled ISIS violence in 2014 have lost their homes, schools, sometimes friends, sanitary living conditions and the stability of a normal life.

However, despite their many losses, there’s one thing they never left behind and which continues to grow stronger everyday: their faith.

When it comes to the question of how to persevere in the faith – and pass it on with terrorists just a few miles away – one woman named Carin has developed a unique form of catechesis that she is teaching to displaced Christian children in Iraq.

“I think that children have the capacity to worship Jesus, to contemplate,” Carin told EWTN News in an April 7 interview in Erbil.

Her classes aren’t intended to just teach the kids how to pray, but rather to provide them the opportunity “to meet with Jesus, to give and receive his love” on a personal level, she said.

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