March27 , 2023

    Sri Lanka Christians Mark ‘Black Sunday’ for Easter Bomb Victims

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    Christians in Sri Lanka heard Mass on Sunday, March 7, wearing black as they prayed for justice for the victims of the double suicide bomb attacks on Easter Sunday two years ago.

    Church bells simultaneously rang at 8:45 am, the time when suicide bombers detonated explosives on two Roman Catholic churches and a Protestant church on April 21, 2019. Three major hotels were also bom