Martyrdom of the Chaldean Archbishop

News has come of the murder of the Chaldean Archbishop of Mosul, Paulos Faraj Rahho, who had been kidnapped. The Associated Press has this story: "AP" And Catholic News Service is running this interview with an American-based Chaldean bishop, who lays some of the blame for the outcome on the U.S. government. "They are killing Christians because they are Christians," said the bishop. "CNS" And from our archives, an "Of Many Things" by Dennis Linehan, S.J., on Mosul. "OMT" James Martin, SJ
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