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Syrian terrorists have beheaded a Catholic priest who they accused of collaborating with the Assad regime. Those accusations have not yet been verified. Father Francois was summarily executed and the Vatican has confirmed the martyrdom. Continue Reading

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  1. annie
    1 year ago

    not a word about this atrocity in the UK media - which are government lackeys who support the so-called rebels. the UK an US governments are responsible for all the deaths anmd mayhem in SYRIA.

  2. Jordan
    1 year ago

    At 4:45 it appears that the Martyrs head turns to the camera and then smiles with relief. I seen that after asking for his intercession.

  3. Jimma
    1 year ago

    These are the guys Obama just sent a billion dollars to. Not sure why the Catholic church hasn't excommunicated every democrat in the church. But since they haven't I do not pity the people that get killed because of their decision.

  4. :) JMJ +
    1 year ago

    Oh Raymond...
    There are many trials and sufferings in this life, sometimes physical, sometimes mental.
    But they are given to us specifically and directly by God to purify us. He gives us problems to strengthen our souls. He knows the most hidden depths of our soul and its weaknesses. All the trials given to us are not in order to ruin or destroy us...but to aid us in spiritual perfection.
    If we ever feel in need or doubt or despair, He is ready and waiting for when we turn to Him with love and faith and trust. God does not want us to suffer. The hardships we experience are part of God's Most Perfect Will. He knows the best plan and therefore is using the best means. We do not understand it but it is always for the best.

    For instance, if the priest had not been beheaded, perhaps he would have began a heresy?
    Of course it seems ridiculous...but we do not know everything.

    God gives us the gifts and sufferings needed to assist us in spiritual growth. It does not seem probable, but the lives of the saints are proof of how mysteriously God's Will works.

    God is always waiting and watching each and everyone of us. While it may seem impossible, it is only though faith that we may advance. Faith is a gift. It changes your life, and lifestyle, but always for the better; despite appearances.

    Raymond, I am praying for you. :)
    God bless,
    JMJ :) +

  5. Ron Dunnet
    1 year ago

    The Catholic Church helped elect this CIC who is bent on destroying the Church. More than half of Catholics for Pres Obama in both elections. The blood is on your hands.

  6. Nathan Neuls
    1 year ago

    "We are hard pressed on every side, but not crushed; perplexed, but not in despair; persecuted but not abandoned; struck down, but not destroyed." 2 Corinthians 4:8,9

    I will pray for you Fr Murad, intercede for us who are unwilling to suffer the slightest discomfort for our saviour.

  7. Penelope
    1 year ago

    Thank you for providing this article, people around the world must know the truth what is happening in Syria, however 'rebels' is an interesting word for terrorists. Don't let it be mistaken that it's just Christians under attack by these foreign fighters, but also Muslims, Salafi's are blowing up mosques in Syria. Pray for Syria. Long live Syria al-Assad.

  8. trp
    1 year ago

    There sure was enough of them for 1 poor soul. A huge bomb would have done wonders at this point.

  9. raymond
    1 year ago

    Goes to show there is no God...otherwise this wouldn't happen to priests.

  10. Trinbagonian
    1 year ago

    God help us. Only You can far we are from deep in sin. Open our hearts and pour in Your Love. Send Your Holy Spirit to rid us of hatred and restore our hearts to You. Please Lord, may we see that we are meant to love so that we can create Church as Jesus is one with God. St. Michael, glorious archangel defend us.
    May we love always.
    May we lose the taste for sin.
    Oh God, I thank you for these martyrs, Father Francois and his beloved friends, that died for Your Church. I thank you for readying them and being with them. Listen to their prayers God Almighty. May their noble deaths be joined to Christ's and the sacrifice of the Mass. They have shown their love is pure. May we all be able to make proper sacrifice for sin.
    Please Lord, do not hide Yourself from us, from the people of Syria and surrounding districts. Holy Spirit come please...stop this destruction and revengeful retaliation In our hearts. Heal all peoples. Holy Mother pray with us that we learn to love.
    I know You are real God. So may we pray always. May we give our hearts, souls, bodies, minds to you. May all our actions and words uplift to You. Help ready us. Increase our faith.
    I believe in You, You I adore. I pray in hope for Your miraculous healing of hearts. I love you. I beg Your forgiveness for those who do not believe, adore, hope, and love you.
    I pray for past victims, for us now and for all the generations that come.

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