lunedì 21 novembre 2016

The Guardian
The Catholic church in Rwanda apologised on Sunday for the church’s role in the 1994 genocide, saying it regretted the actions of those who participated in the massacres. “We apologize for all the wrongs the church committed. We apologize on behalf of all Christians for all forms of wrongs we committed. We regret that church members violated [their] oath of allegiance to God’s commandments,” said the statement by the Conference of Catholic Bishops, which was read out in parishes across the country. The statement acknowledged that church members planned, aided and carried out the genocide, in which more than 800,000 ethnic Tutsis and moderate Hutus were killed by Hutu extremists. (...)
-Rwanda: Catholic bishops apologize for role in genocide (FoxNews-Ap)
-Rwanda: Catholic Church Apologises for Role in 1994 Genocide  (The New Times - allAfrica)