cardenal Malcolm Ranjith
Aftermath of recent blasts at St. Anthony's Church, in Colombo Colombo (Sri Lanka), 27/04/2019.- Security personnel patrol outside St. Anthony's Church, one of the sites of recent blasts, in Colombo, Sri Lanka, 27 April 2019. According to reports, security was on high alert in the mosques and churches across Sri Lanka after at least 259 people were killed and hundreds more injured in a coordinated series of blasts during the Easter Sunday service at churches and hotels on 21 April 2019. EFE/EPA/M.A. PUSHPA KUMARA

Sri Lanka se queda sin misas por miedo a más atentados

  • El cardenal de Colombo, Malcom Ranjith, justifica la medida extraordinaria: “No queremos que lo sucedido se vuelva a repetir”
  • Un informe del Gobierno señala que las iglesias siguen en el punto de mira de los terroristas del Daesh