Rana Ramzi (right) shows photos of her dead husband to Ranha Chehab, a social worker of the Caritas Lebanon Migrant Center, in Ramzi's apartment in Beirut. Ramzi's husband was killed February 29, 2008, in Mosul, Iraq, while working as a driver and assistant to the Chaldean archbishop of Mosul, Archbishop Faraj Rahho, who was later found dead. Ramzi and her three children fled Iraq in May and live as refugees in Lebanon, along with Ramzi's mother (left), also a refugee from Iraq. They have received assistance from the Caritas Lebanon Migrant Center, which is funded by Catholic Relief Services, the relief and development agency of the U.S. Catholic community. Both Ramzi and her children and mother hope to resettle in the United States.