Archbishop Couto: prayers and help among religions against the revolt in Delhi

As reported by the Asia News agency, at the end of the Ash Wednesday mass, Msgr. Anil. JT Couto, archbishop of Delhi, took part in an interreligious prayer for peace together with spiritual leaders of various religions.

The archbishop tells how at the end of the mass they met spontaneously and prayed together. Following the outbreak of religious violence, which has already caused dozens of deaths, due to protests over the new citizenship law, Christian, Hindu, Muslim, Sikh and Jain representatives have renewed the appeal “for peace and non-violence “And to” follow the path of mutual love “.

The archbishop then stressed that India is the nation of unity in diversity and that at the end of the meeting it was decided that all the Sikh churches and Gurdwara of the capital remain open to provide assistance to the victims of the uprising, regardless of the I believe and any other factor.

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