Catholic Archbishop: ‘Powerful Interests’ Are Attacking Christians, ‘Cast Us As Public Enemy No. 1’

In his Easter Sunday homily, the Catholic archbishop of Sydney, Australia, Anthony Fisher, decried ‘powerful interests’ that attack Christians and try to ‘exclude them from public life,’ and added that they want to cast believers as ‘Public Enemy No. 1.’ Speaking in St. Mary’s Cathedral before thousands of worshippers, Archbishop Fisher first talked about how the atheist government of the Soviet Union had tried to eradicate religion, using myriad repressive measures, but ultimately failed. ‘In recent years, long queues of ex-Communists have sought baptism in Russia,’ said the archbishop. But as recent testimony before the Ruddock Inquiry into Protection of…

Source:, 4/5/18, Michael W. Chapman

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