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Sri Lanka Catholics hold 1st Sunday Mass since attacks

Seattle Times Sunday, 12 May 2019
COLOMBO, Sri Lanka (AP) — The Catholic Church in Sri Lanka has held the first regular Sunday Mass since the Easter suicide bombings of churches and hotels killed more than 250 people. Military forces and police armed with assault rifles are patrolling the streets leading to churches and standing guard outside the compounds. Everyone entering […]
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Thousands of Catholics attended mass in Colombo amid tight security to prevent a repeat of the bomb attacks that killed 258 people on April 21.

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