Pope decries terror attacks in Norway, calls for end to violence, evil

CNS/Cathal McNaughton, Reuters
VATICAN CITY — In the wake of two terror attacks in Norway that left at least 93 people dead, Pope Benedict XVI called for an end to hatred and ideologies that promote evil. “We are all deeply saddened by the serious terrorist acts,” the pope said after praying the Angelus with pilgrims at the papal summer residence in Castel Gandolfo July 24. The pope launched an appeal “to abandon once and for all the path of violence and avoid principles of evil.”

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