Easter means victory over sin and is all about unconditional love.
This morning churches in Sri Lanka were targeted injuring hundreds of people attending Easter services in a ‘coordinated, targeted attack on Christians’.
The death toll has risen to at least 137 people, including nine foreigners, as six near-simultaneous blasts injured more than 500 across the country.
Roman Catholic churches have increasingly come under attack in France, a recent fire at St. Sulpice, the second-largest church in Paris, has shed light on a trend that is increasing. The sacking of the monastery of Saint Jean des Balmes in Aveyron, teenagers urinating into the holy water font of the church at Villeneuve de Berg in Ardèche, a cross of human excrement was found in the southern city of Nimes, a statue of Mary was smashed in a Paris suburb and a statue of Jesus decapitated in an Atlantic seaside resort with the very Christian name of Saint Gilles Croix de Vie (St. Giles, Cross of Life).
Over 145 attacks have happened to churches in the US, yet the main stream media is keeping this quiet. Why?
Satanic symbols are appearing everywhere and nobody is saying anything.
This Easter let us pray for freedom of religion and peace for those who long to worship.