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Catholic Church in Sri Lanka holds first regular Sunday Mass since Easter bombings

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Catholic Church in Sri Lanka holds first regular Sunday Mass since Easter bombingsThe Catholic Church in Sri Lanka held the primary common Sunday Mass because the Easter suicide bombings of church buildings and accommodations killed greater than 250 other folks. Army forces and police armed with attack rifles patrolled the streets resulting in church buildings and stood guard out of doors the compounds. Everybody coming into used …
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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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