Prayers Offered For The People of France After Terrorist Attack at a Church [Headlines] – Hope 103.2

Prayers Offered For The People of France After Terrorist Attack at a Church [Headlines]

Three people were killed in Nice. Thousands of additional soldiers have been deployed across France to protect churches and schools.

By Hope NewsroomFriday 30 Oct 2020

Today’s headlines from the Hope News team

Prayers are being offered for the people of France after a terrorist attack at a church in the city of Nice.

Three people were killed by a knife-wielding man.

Thousands of additional soldiers have been deployed across France to protect churches and schools.

Prime Minister Scott Morrison has contacted French President Emmanuel Macron to say Australia stands with France.

The Catholic Archdiocese of Sydney says its thoughts and prayers are with the victims and their families.

Spokesman Michael Kenny says Christians have a fundamental right to worship in safety.

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