Mexican priest recovering after cathedral stabbing
June 28, 2017
A Mexican priest who was stabbed by an assailant after celebrating Mass at the Mexico City cathedral on May 15 has been moved out of a hospital intensive-care unit.
A hospital spokesman said that Father Miguel Angel Machorro still “has a long road ahead of him” before he is recovered, and will likely have permanent “motor and respiratory disability” because of the wounds inflicted during the attack.
- Mexican priest moved to intermediate care after stabbing attack (CNA)
- Mexican priest stabbed in cathedral (CWN, 5/16)