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Al-Qaeda of Iraq Calls Pope 'Hallucinating Tyrant of the Vatican', Threatens 'Killing Sword' Comments

What is increasingly clear is that those behind the massacre of Catholics with their priests, during the celebration of Holy Mass at Our Lady of Deliverance in Baghdad last Sunday, are not finished with their evil. We once again invite our readers around the world to pray for those who mourn, pray for the Pope, and pray for the conversion of the perpetrators of this evil. Serious times demand serious responses.  Continue Reading

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  1. The_Catholic_Philippines
    4 years ago

    I know God the father will never let this evil works to his followers. I know God has a purpose why it happens, but demons will never ever won... to my fellow Catholics lets united & pray, lets show them that Catholic Faith will never stop to Follow Jesus Christ & God the Father.. God is watching us he knows everything, he will always lead us to the real path. God Bless Filipinos & all Catholic in the world.

  2. David Constantiyn Senduk
    4 years ago

    Government of America needs to do something to avoid more victims

  3. Mjgt
    4 years ago

    May God bless our suffering brothers and sisters and have mercy on the souls of his modern-day martyrs. Their killers are psychopaths.

  4. mgm.
    4 years ago

    Bill .they were protected by Saddam Hussein.

  5. bill
    4 years ago

    Serious times demand a serious response. What is that response. Turn the other cheek. Why are these Catholics not being armed and/or protected by the American soldiers?These animals only know one response.

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