- Apr 16, 2019
Easter has become a common time to attack Christians around the world, and today is no exception.
Three almost simultaneous explosions hit three churches in Sri Lanka on Easter Sunday, killing some 130 people and wounding many.
Rumors have spread saying Archbishop Bashar Warda – and the Church – have been the recipient for huge amounts of U.S. government money.
Pope Francis on Easter Sunday offered prayers for the hundreds killed and injured in a series of bombings in Sri Lanka earlier that morning, calling the attacks an act of “cruel violence.”
It’s only by placing our self-abandonment within the light of eternity, and within a mosaic that involves a perspective beyond the confines of particular situations and personalities, that we can find strength, true peace and the means of perseverance.