Sri Lanka

Francisco invita en el ángelus a “tocar y mirar de frente” a quien vive la miseria

“Pidamos al Señor que nos saque de nuestra indiferencia egoísta y nos ponga en el camino”, reclamó el pontífice

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

El cardenal de Sri Lanka pide la dimisión del presidente del gobierno

Malcolm Ranjith ha señalado a la familia Rajapaksa, a quien acusa de “anteponer el poder al bienestar de la gente”

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

La Iglesia de Sri Lanka, desesperada ante “la peor tragedia de nuestra historia”

  • Tras proclamar la bancarrota en abril, el Gobierno de los Rajapaksa repele las manifestaciones y ha reforzado sus poderes
  • Han caído dos de sus hermanos, el primer ministro y el responsable económico, pero el presidente de la República se aferra al cargo
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 estalla y el cardenal Ranjith señala al Gobierno

El arzobispo de Colombo lamenta la inacción política y la represión de los manifestantes

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

El cardenal Ranjith ve “inaceptable e inmoral” reprimir las protestas en Sri Lanka

La Iglesia local pide un Gobierno de concentración nacional y considera un engaño que Gotabaya Rajapaksa haya nombrado un nuevo Ejecutivo

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Un cardenal afirma que “habría que prohibir los partidos políticos religiosos”

El misterio de Dios ha acampado en Sri Lanka

La teoría del cardenal de Sri Lanka ante el coronavirus: “Es una enfermedad provocada por el hombre”

La iglesia de San Sebastián de Colombo, tras el atentado terrorista del Domingo de Resurrección en Sri Lanka/EFE

Yo, cristiano perseguido en… Sri Lanka

  • Pringantha Jayakody vive a pocos pasos de una de las iglesias que sufrió uno de los ataques terroristas en la Pascua
  • Más de 300 personas murieron y cerca de 500 resultaron heridas en los atentados que ocurrieron en tres iglesias del país