Catholic parish damaged in North Korean attack
Catholic World News - November 29, 2010
North Korea’s surprise November 23 artillery attack on Yeonpyeong-do Island damaged the island’s sole Catholic parish. The chancellor of the Diocese of Incheon reported that the two shells that hit parish property damaged windows, a van, and the old rectory.
450 of the island’s 1,700 residents are Catholic.
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