- Jan 27, 2021
Several leaders of Iraq’s Christian community have appealed to U.S. President Donald Trump not to withdraw troops from the nation, saying many of their problems were caused by American military intervention, and leaving now would only make the situation worse.
Rumors have spread saying Archbishop Bashar Warda – and the Church – have been the recipient for huge amounts of U.S. government money.
A Dec. 26 meeting between Cardinal Pietro Parolin and Iraqi President Barham Salih, and the possible follow-up that might result, is a potential turning point for at least three reasons.
Chaldean Archbishop Bashar Warda of Eribil has voiced gratitude to U.S. President Donald Trump for the support his administration has given to persecuted Christians in the Middle East, saying that for many in the Middle East, it’s the first time they feel like someone is listening.
Landmarks from London to Sydney were illuminated with red light Wednesday, in tribute to the modern martyrs around the world who have offered their lives for Christ and the Church.
In the Archdiocese of Erbil, Archbishop Bashar Warda is wielding real business moxie in service to the survival of his people.