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Catholics, Muslims and Hindus remember the attack on Kathmandu cathedral
Hundreds of people attended today's Mass in the Church of the Assumption. "Extremist threats do not scare us," clergyman says. "We shall pursue our mission even more." Muslims and Hindus express their solidarity.
Threats and Hindu extremism do not stop conversions to Catholicism
On the Octave of Easter, 24 catechumens will be baptised at Kathmanduâ€™s Assumption Cathedral. Attacked on 23 May 2009 by Hindu extremists from the Nepal Defence Army, the church sees about 200 non-Catholics attend Mass every Sunday.
Hindu extremists threaten Nepali Christians
Hindu-dominated Nepal Defence Army on Republic Day announces new attacks. Nepali Catholic spokesperson says Nepali Catholics will not be intimidated, will continue their work.
Catholics celebrate Kathmandu cathedral
For two days, the community celebrated the liturgical festivity and the 19th anniversary of the Cathedral of the Assumption. On each of these days, hundreds of foreigner Catholics visited the church and attended Mass.
New Premier Kumar promises justice for the attack on Kathmandu Cathedral
A day of prayer for the two victims of the explosion in the Church of the Assumption. The Prime Minister is present along with political figures and representatives from other Protestant Churches. Christian confessions call a peaceful rally for Sunday March 31st open to all other religions, to impress the situation for Christian minorities on the Constitutional Assembly.
Hindu extremist seeks forgiveness of Christians and Muslims for violence
From Nakkhu prison (Kathmandu), Ram Prasad Mainalo former leader of the Nepal Army Defence says he's changed thanks to reading the Bible. Along with all his group was responsible for the attacks at the cathedral in Kathmandu on 23 May and the Mosque Birantnagar on 26 April. Pastor of the Cathedral: "We need to understand if his is a real change."
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