Prayers for the victims of the bombings in Sri Lanka
Joint Statement by the Bishops of Colombo and Kurunagala of the Church of Ceylon.
We are terribly shocked and deeply saddened by the barbarous acts of violence brought on innocent worshippers, children, women and men at Easter Sunday services at St. Anthony's Church, Kochchikade, St. Sebastien's Church, Negombo and Zion Church, Batticaloa., as well as on several hotels in Colombo targeting visitors to our country.... Read the rest of the article here
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