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Chapel in Pakistani university

FAISALABAD (UCAN): The University of Agriculture Faisalabad has become the first government educational institute in the country to open a chapel on campus for its Christian students and staff.
 
A large banner at the entrance to the area is emblazoned with a picture of the local bishop, as well as St. Peter’s Catholic church. A script reads, “Let us make a house for the Lord.”
 
While most Pakistani universities host mosques, Faisalabad will be the first to allow a chapel on its campus.

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Parish built thanks to Muslim generosity

 

FAILSALABAD (Agencies): The parish of Arooj-e-Mariam founded thanks to the good will and assistance with funding from local Muslims in Faisalabad, Pakistan, celebrated its 25th anniversary on December 21 last year.

In order to mark the occasion, parishioners have passed around the hat and have built a small grotto as a meeting place for prayer.

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