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Report: Christianity may disappear from Syria and Iraq—a call for international intervention

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“Persecuted & Forgotten?” warns that the Church in the region could vanish if radical Islamists were to mount another attack on vulnerable communities—a threat highlighted by reports of jihadists escaping prison, as a result of renewed violence in northeastern Syria.

Fox News covers UN event on religious persecution co-sponsored by ACNUSA & the Holy See Mission to the UN

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“I ran towards the church and saw dead bodies strewn across the floor. There were many body parts hands, heads, legs and hands, moistening church floor with blood. There was lamentation and screaming of the people looking for loved ones. Such a horrible sight.”

ACN supports ‘healing for the wounds of the heart’ for bombing victims in Sri Lanka

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To provide for their needs, the Archdiocese of Colombo has set up a team of 40 certified trauma therapists. They provide psychological care for grieving, injured and other severely traumatized people.

In Sri Lanka, bombings hurt people of all faiths—Buddhists admire Christians’ non-violent response

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“THE PEOPLE HERE are good, but the government is bad.” This is the opinion of a Buddhist taxi driver. It’s a view is one widely …

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Christians in Sri Lanka are still in a state of shock

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Many Christians are severely traumatized and reluctant to go inside a church: “Many told me that they are afraid to enter a church at the moment or feel fear when they hear the bells ring.”

In Sri Lanka where faithful are afraid, ‘there is no way to peace—peace is the way’

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Father Malaka Leonard Fernando is the Minister Provincial of the Vice Province of our Lady of Lanka, Sri Lanka, of the Third Order Regular Franciscans. …

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Easter morning suicide bombings of churches, hotels in Sri Lanka kill more than 250

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In a message to ACN donors, Bishop Mendis said that “we need your prayers that peace and harmony may be restored to our country.” He concluded: “As an act of solidarity, we must pray for all Christians who are suffering because of their faith.”

This Giving Tuesday, what will you give to keep our faith alive in Pakistan?

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