End religious violence in Nigeria, Pope pleads
Catholic World News - November 07, 2011
At the conclusion of his Angelus audience on Sunday, November 6, Pope Benedict XVI expressed his grief over the latest religious violence in Nigeria, and promised his prayers for the victims and their families.
The Pope made a plea “to end all violence, which does not resolve problems but accentuates them by sowing hatred and discord, also among believers.”
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