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Victims of the Easter Sunday Pakistan bomb blast recovering in hospital have received a personal message of sympathy from the Pope.
The head of the Middle East’s Franciscans said more help is needed to keep Christians in the region – as an international conference on Syria’s refugee crisis got underway in London.
One year on from the mass exodus 120,000+ Christians from Qaraqosh following an invasion by Daesh (ISIS), an international Catholic charity has announced new projects providing emergency aid and much needed pastoral support for displaced people in Iraq.
The Bishop overseeing the needs of displaced Christian families in northern Iraq called on an ecumenical delegation to ensure Britain does not forget the plight of Iraq’s suffering Christians.
A youth movement devoted to the traditional Latin liturgy will be having a series of Masses offered for persecuted Christians.
Aid to the Church in Need has announced 22 new aid projects totalling nearly £1.7 million for those in urgent need in Syria.
The leaders of Iraq’s Christians have called on the United Nations to urgently address the growing refugee crisis before a freezing winter forces displaced Christians to leave the country.