Iraqi Chaldean Christians erected a giant crows near Telekug-Tesqopa, Iraq after the village was recently liberated from ISIS.
The town celebrated its first Mass in two-and-a-half years in February.
What a beautiful sight.
— Iraqi Christian HRC (@iraqschristians) February 19, 2017
Crosses are being reinstalled on local churches.
— Journalist M. Fidai (@sakrific) January 28, 2017
NC Register reported:
After years of darkness, hope has returned to Telekuf-Tesqopa. Located just 17 miles from Mosul, the village is rebuilding after being liberated from ISIS.
As a visible sign of the rebuilding, a giant cross was erected on a hill, marking the victory of the Christian faith against the darkness of the jihadists.
On Feb. 18, the Chaldean Catholic patriarch of Baghdad, Louis Sako, visited the village, where he blessed the large cross and participated in the celebration of the first Mass after two and a half years in St. George Church.
According to the website of the Patriarchate of Babylon, the authorities and officials of the region were present at the celebration.