Pakistani Police raid Daughters of St. Paul


This is from a few weeks ago:

According to Father Arthur Charles of the Karachi Archdiocese, on June 12 at 2 a.m. the police tried to enter the convent of the Daughters of St. Paul, but were stopped by the security guard.

The following day, the police went to the bookstore, locked some clients and women religious in, and began searching for CDs and videos, according to the priest.

The Karachi Archdiocese issued a statement condemning the police raid and the false accusations against the sisters' bookstore.


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