Patriarch Louis Raphael I Sako, the head of the Chaldean Catholic Church, gave food and medicine to 250 Muslim families during a visit to a refugee camp at the conclusion of Ramadan.It …
That is nice to hear. Nice gesture.
It was more than a “gesture” as the Patriarch has been there and done that before. It is the norm for what it means to be Christian in our world. The good Patriarch is simply living the Gospel. Something like this should not be so unusual as to be thought newsworthy.
May God bless him and all of those, Catholic and non-Catholic, in his care.
yes it was the Christian thing to do and it was a nice gesture that he did it rather than not.