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Obama Administration Considers Military Action: Pray for the Christians of Syria and Pray for Peace Comments

As Catholics we need to be very careful as we watch the news reports concerning the situation in Syria. The Chaldean Bishop of Aleppo, Antoine Audo, S.J. told Vatican Radio that  "If there is an armed intervention, that would mean, I believe, a world war. That risk has returned." Metropolitan Hilarion, the head of the Department for External Relations of the Moscow Patriarchate offered sobering words concerning what appears to be the ... Continue Reading

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  1. abey
    1 year ago

    Christian & Catholic channels are full of "blast" preaching 'Love & christ" with hardly anyone except the Russian Orthodox & few others like Deacon Keith, are thinking, praying / equating with the sufferings of the Christians & the people of Syria, Denoting the Biblical words to the Prophecy. Where the love of many will wax cold

  2. Joseph Tran
    1 year ago

    Deacon Fournier.
    After careful went through your article I see that it does not matter who they are, if they kill, terrorize the Christians they will get credit for America support.
    Concerning on the Chemical weapon, there still has another solution. That the UN has responsibility to inventory both sides all forms of chemical weapons, even the means of manufacturing them. Then take away from them

  3. josephtran
    1 year ago

    Patriarch Gregory III really has a message to Mr. Obama.
    Why you so rush to Syria with your military muscle? You see, for more than two years of conflict which hundred of thousand people died, you keep your mouth shut. But just several hundred of people died by chemical weapon, you get mad at it. Furthermore, it seems that Mr. Obama sets side, provides support to the Muslim extremists, with al quada terrorists, those created chaos in the region.
    Mr. Obama! better you go home, set the red line for your country to stop killing their own children in the abortion, then come here to teach us how to kill people

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