After the discovery of children’s graves, other churches set fire to Canada

Since the recent discovery of two children’s burial grounds on the grounds of Catholic North American boarding schools, which housed nearly a thousand bodies, four churches have burned down.

According to Canadian firefighters, both churches ignited less than an hour in a row and were completely destroyed. Investigators consider everything “suspicious”. Police are investigating two cases last Monday in which church buildings in Penticton and Oliver burned down.

The call of the Pope

A finding by more than 750 unmarked graves at a former Catholic boarding school for indigenous children in Saskatchewan province was announced last week, a similar finding with the remains of 215 children shook Canada in May.

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has publicly apologized for Canada’s former policy of removing children of Canadian Indians. He also called on Pope Francis to come to Canada and apologize.

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