Egyptians gathered in the ruins of the Evangelical Church of Malawi after it was ransacked, looted, and burned on Thursday by an angry mob, in Malawi, south of Minya, Egypt, Saturday. In the province of Minya, protesters attacked two Christian churches, security officials said.

Egyptians gathered in the ruins of the Evangelical Church of Malawi after it was ransacked, looted, and burned on Thursday by an angry mob, in Malawi, south of Minya, Egypt, Saturday. In the province of Minya, protesters attacked two Christian churches, security officials said.

A letter from Trappist nuns in Syria: “Blood fills our streets, our eyes, our hearts” September 01, 2013 03:02 EST By Alessandra Nucci  -  ”…. And then you remember that they have decided to bomb us tomorrow. … Just like that. Because “it’s time to do something,” as it is worded in the statements of the important men, who will be sipping their tea tomorrow as they watch TV to see how effective their humanitarian intervention will be….

A letter from Trappist nuns in Syria: “Blood fills our streets, our eyes, our hearts” September 01, 2013 03:02 EST By Alessandra Nucci - ”…. And then you remember that they have decided to bomb us tomorrow. … Just like that. Because “it’s time to do something,” as it is worded in the statements of the important men, who will be sipping their tea tomorrow as they watch TV to see how effective their humanitarian intervention will be….

SANA/Via EPA - A undated handout picture shows a church in the Maaloula village, northeast of Damascus, Syria. Fighters from Free Syrian Army units briefly gained control of ancient Christian Maaloula village, accounting to reports.

SANA/Via EPA - A undated handout picture shows a church in the Maaloula village, northeast of Damascus, Syria. Fighters from Free Syrian Army units briefly gained control of ancient Christian Maaloula village, accounting to reports.

Egyptian women in an anti-Muslim Brotherhood protest in Cairo. The Brotherhood condemned the UN's declaration for women's rights. Photograph: Amr Nabil/AP

Egyptian women in an anti-Muslim Brotherhood protest in Cairo. The Brotherhood condemned the UN's declaration for women's rights. Photograph: Amr Nabil/AP

A mais alta estátua de Maria em todo o mundo é inaugurada no maior país muçulmano do planeta - Aleteia

A mais alta estátua de Maria em todo o mundo é inaugurada no maior país muçulmano do planeta - Aleteia

BOMBSHELL - SECRET PARALLEL SYNOD: Papal Post-Synod Document ALREADY being drafted by Jesuit group to allow communion for divorced and other aberrations       Summary: Italian journalist Marco Tosatti reveals that A SECRET PARALLEL SYNOD has been established in Rome, a cabal composed almost exclusively by Jesuits, with the occasional Argentinian presence (easy to guess who), to draft the necessary

BOMBSHELL - SECRET PARALLEL SYNOD: Papal Post-Synod Document ALREADY being drafted by Jesuit group to allow communion for divorced and other aberrations Summary: Italian journalist Marco Tosatti reveals that A SECRET PARALLEL SYNOD has been established in Rome, a cabal composed almost exclusively by Jesuits, with the occasional Argentinian presence (easy to guess who), to draft the necessary

Synod danger: Changing our language, changing our religion  With an “end to judging” and “love to all people,” Bishop Van Looy declared on Friday’s press conference that the synod “could be the beginning of a new Church.”

Synod danger: Changing our language, changing our religion With an “end to judging” and “love to all people,” Bishop Van Looy declared on Friday’s press conference that the synod “could be the beginning of a new Church.”

“The crisis in Syria should be resolved with diplomacy and the tragedies we are seeing are unacceptable,”.  He said the conflicting sides in Syria should look to resolve their disputes through peaceful means, saying: “Not everything can be resolved using iron and fire.”  - Patriarch of the Maronite Catholic Church, Bechara Peter Rai on the situation in Syria.

“The crisis in Syria should be resolved with diplomacy and the tragedies we are seeing are unacceptable,”. He said the conflicting sides in Syria should look to resolve their disputes through peaceful means, saying: “Not everything can be resolved using iron and fire.” - Patriarch of the Maronite Catholic Church, Bechara Peter Rai on the situation in Syria.

Central Africa Republic: Over 3,500 homes burned down - thousands flee not one single Muslim house was burned down”, adding that he had been told young Muslims pointed out to rebels which buildings to torch or loot.

Central Africa Republic: Over 3,500 homes burned down - thousands flee not one single Muslim house was burned down”, adding that he had been told young Muslims pointed out to rebels which buildings to torch or loot.

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