Philippine bishops reject $2M ransom demand for kidnapped priest
November 02, 2009
The bishops of the Philippines and the Missionary Society of Saint Columban have rejected a $2-million demand by Father Sinnott’s kidnappers. The 79-year-old Irish missionary was abducted on October 11.
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- $2 million Sinnott ransom demand rejected (Indian Catholic)
- $2 Million Ransom for Irish Priest in Philippines (Vatican Radio)
- Church in Philippines ready to negotiate for kidnapped priest's release (CWN, 10/30)
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