Priest thanks Muslims for aiding flood victims at his church in Kerala
Sept. 4, 2018
In the light of the floods that recently ravaged the state of Kerala, a catholic priest thanked the Muslim community for their efforts towards the people who sought shelter in his church. The community extended a helping hand by bringing food, water and medicines. Fr. Puthussery, parish priest of St. Anthony’s parish, Achinakom, initially went to thank the Muslim leaders personally, but was invited to their prayer hall and offered a platform to speak to the congregation. “The devastating floods have now given us an opportunity to destroy the walls and build the bridges of togetherness,”
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