Skip to content
Catholic Online Logo

By Aci Prensa (ACI/EWTN Noticias)

12/10/2013 (1 year ago)

Catholic Online (www.catholic.org)

Tras el brutal atentado perpetrado por la guerrilla narcoterrorista de las FARC el 7 de diciembre y luego de su anuncio del cese al fuego durante un mes por Navidad, la Iglesia en Colombia solicitó a este grupo que esta medida sea definitiva.

Highlights

By Aci Prensa (ACI/EWTN Noticias)

Catholic Online (www.catholic.org)

12/10/2013 (1 year ago)

Published in Americas

Keywords: GUERRA EN COLOMBIA, COLOMBIA, AMéRICA


BOGOTÁ (ACI) - Como ya ha sucedido en otras ocasiones antes de anunciar el cese al fuego, las FARC atacaron el municipio de Inzá en el Valle del Cauca el pasado sábado 7 de diciembre -día en el que toda Colombia le rinde homenaje a la Inmaculada Concepción con la "noche de las velitas"- dejando como lamentable saldo la muerte de nueve personas y 22 heridos. La Conferencia Episcopal de Colombia (CEC) señala en su sitio web que el Obispo de Tierradentro, Mons. Edgar Hernando Tirado Mazo, dijo sobre el atentado que "nos invade la tristeza, que llegue a tal punto la irracionalidad de algunos colombianos, que no tienen reparo en llenar de luto y dolor a un pueblo, a una región pacífica de gente buena y religiosa, pero que ahora le embarga el dolor". Al referirse al tema de los diálogos de paz en La Habana y la tregua que los terroristas de las FARC anunciaron para el tiempo de Navidad, el Prelado cuestionó la incoherencia de los dichos con los hechos. "Mucho desconcierto el anuncio de la tregua por parte de las FARC..., ¿será que acaso quieren borrar tanta atrocidad como vienen cometiendo? Nos interrogamos sobre la veracidad de esas declaraciones y nos desconcierta la justificación que ellos quieren dar con relación a este acto tan aberrante y tan absurdo que cometieron", dijo el Obispo que también hizo un llamado a la guerrilla para que cesen estos ataques y para que se conviertan. Sobre el anuncio de la tregua de un mes, el Obispo Castrense y vicepresidente de la CEC, Mons, Fabio Suescún Mutis, indicó que "esperamos que esta promesa sea realidad y que sea el anuncio de un cese al fuego definitivo, para que los colombianos no vivamos bajo esa sombra monstruosa de la barbarie, del terrorismo y de la muerte". Sobre los hechos de Inzá, el Prelado afirmó que "hay que censurar actos como estos y acompañar a las familias de estas víctimas inocentes de las fuerzas militares, de policía y nuestros ciudadanos civiles". Por último el Prelado envió un saludo de agradecimiento a todos los policías y militares, que durante las fiestas de Navidad y Año Nuevo cumplen con la misión de velar y proteger a los colombianos. "A ellos mi reconocimiento y agradecimiento porque son garantes de paz... voluntad para que la paz comience por sus corazones, que los lleve a un estado de ánimo, de reconciliación y perdón, para que sea posible la voluntad de Dios", afirmó. Más información:A birth foretold: click here to learn more!

---


Pope Francis: end world hunger through 'Prayer and Action'


Copywriter 2015 - Distributed by THE NEWS CONSORTIUM

Pope Francis Prayer Intentions for March 2015
Universal:
Scientists: That those involved in scientific research may serve the well-being of the whole human person.
Evangelization: Contribution of women: That the unique contribution of women to the life of the Church may be recognized always.


Rosaries, Crosses, Prayer Cards and more... by Catholic Shopping .com


Comments


More Americas

First U.S. Hispanic Saint: Pope Francis to canonize Junipero Serra during U.S. visit Watch

Image of Father Junipero Serra's canonization will

By Abigail James (NEWS CONSORTIUM)

Pope Francis and the Vatican have announced plans to canonize the Blessed Junipero Serra during the Pope's visit to the United States on September 23. Serra will become the United States' first Hispanic saint. LOS ANGELES, CA (Catholic Online) - Often times, the ... continue reading


Canadian couple takes to amazing floating fortress to get away from it all Watch

Image of Located off the coast of Tofino, British Columbia, Freedom Cove was built in 1992. The couple, who have two children, live in the home year round.

By Catholic Online (NEWS CONSORTIUM)

Wayne Adams and Catherine King  are an unconventional Canadian couple who have forsaken the bustle of city life with their floating fortress that they've named "Freedom Cove." Off the grid and self-sustaining, the pink and green floating home is a welcome respite ... continue reading


New species of prehistoric 'terror bird' found in Argentina Watch

Image of Researchers say that the Llallawavis likely lived around 3.5 million years ago, near the end of terror birds' reign. It stood about four feet tall and weighed about 40 pounds.

By Catholic Online (NEWS CONSORTIUM)

Birds, it is commonly believed, evolved from dinosaurs. However, between now and then, some horrific, carnivorous birds ruled the prehistoric world with an iron claw. A new species of "terror bird" has been uncovered in Argentina; paleontologists are gaining ... continue reading


Dozens of mummies uncovered in Peru's Cotahuasi Valley Watch

Image of Finding the reasons behind the selective destruction of the mummies and artifacts is a challenge.

By Catholic Online (NEWS CONSORTIUM)

Tombs, containing at least 40 mummies each have been discovered in Peru's Cotahuasi Valley. Archaeologists say that at least 171 mummies have been unearthed at the 1,200-year-old ceremonial site. LOS ANGELES, CA (Catholic Online) - Located on small hills ... continue reading


Underground tunnel between U.S. and Mexico found hidden in wardrobe Watch

Image of When soldiers raided the property, they also reportedly seized 44 pounds of marijuana and a truck being used by the racket to move the excavated earth.

By Catholic Online (NEWS CONSORTIUM)

An average wooden wardrobe near San Diego served a far more sinister purpose. Concealed within its doors was a small trapdoor that led to a secret underground passageway stretching some 500 feet towards the U.S. border. The Mexican military uncovered the ... continue reading


Rare video shows 'successful' exorcism on woman 'possessed by devil' Watch

Image of Laura was described by locals as

By Abigail James (NEWS CONSORTIUM)

A 22-year-old woman, only identified as Laura, was reportedly a good girl before the devil turned her bad, according to Argentina locals. In this disturbing footage, Laura is seen writhing in pain, screaming as Bishop Manuel Acuna performs an exorcism on her. LOS ... continue reading


Magical Chilean hotel straight from 'The Hobbit:' features living wall, waterfall Watch

Image of The hotel, completely made out of wood and stone, is located under the majestic Andes Mountain range, the unique hotel is right in the middle of one of the most valued, as well as endangered regions in the world.

By Catholic Online (NEWS CONSORTIUM)

The Montana Magica Lodge, located in the middle of the southern Andes is something straight from "The Hobbit." It is a literal "Magic Mountain." There is a manmade volcano with a stunning waterfall cascading down its side. LOS ANGELES, CA (Catholic Online) - ... continue reading


Falling to progress, the beautiful Lake Nicaragua will be compromised by artificial canal Watch

Image of

By Catholic Online (NEWS CONSORTIUM)

A massive, fabricated canal, headed by the Hong Kong-based consortium HK Nicaragua Canal Development Investment Company, or HKND is set to undergo construction. The $50 billion project, called the Nicaragua Canal, or the Nicaragua Grand Canal and Inter-oceanic ... continue reading


Mummified bodies of two climbers missing for 55 years believed found Watch

Image of Local officials are confident that the cadavers correspond to two of three Mexicans who went missing after an avalanche 55 years ago.

By Catholic Online (NEWS CONSORTIUM)

At 18,000 feet, Pico de Orizaba in Mexico is the country's highest elevated level. Several climbers have lost their lives trying to scale the mountain. The skeletal remains of two climbers, recently discovered there, are believed to be two of three members of ... continue reading


Villarrica's spectacular eruption: Nature's version of 'fireworks' Watch

Image of

By Hannah Raissa Marfil (NEWS CONSORTIUM)

Chile's most active volcano finally erupted, after starting to show signs of seismic disturbance a few days ago. The volcanic activity raised alarm to over 3,300 residents who were evacuated from the small towns of Villarrica, Pucon and Conaripe before the eruption ... continue reading


All Americas News

Newsletters

Newsletter Sign Up icon

Stay up to date with the latest news, information, and special offers

Daily Readings

Reading 1, First Peter 5:5-14
5 In the same way, younger people, be subject to the ... Read More

Psalm, Psalms 89:2-3, 6-7, 16-17
2 for you have said: love is built to last for ever, ... Read More

Gospel, Mark 16:15-20
15 And he said to them, 'Go out to the whole world; ... Read More

Saint of the Day

Saint of the Day for April 25th, 2015 Image

St. Mark
April 25: The second Gospel was written by St. Mark, who, in the New ... Read More

Inform, Inspire & Ignite Logo

Find Catholic Online on Facebook and get updates right in your live feed.

Become a fan of Catholic Online on Facebook


Follow Catholic Online on Twitter and get News and Product updates.

Follow us on Twitter