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Parkdale parishioners Crushed Later statue of Virgin Mary vandalized

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Bryann Aguilar, CP24.com Released Sunday, August 30, 2020 9:06PM EDT Last Updated Sunday, August 30, 2020 9:16PM EDT

Parishioners of Some Parkdale Maronite Catholic church Have Been Ruined Following the statue of the Virgin Mary was vandalized on Sunday.

Father’s Walid El Khoury, who’s the leader of this Our Lady of Lebanon Parish on Queen Street West, stated a parishioner noticed that the statue’s head was missing and reported to him until morning mass.

Then they looked for the mind round the parish, he explained, but they have been not able to find it.

El Khoury stated the church has informed authorities about the incident and asked them to research.

After he assessed the safety camera, the warrior saw that somebody had been on the church yard around 3%. The person appeared to have some thing on his hands since he left, El Khoury explained.

The statue was using the parish for 25 years. El Khoury explained the church received many calls from angry members of their community.

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“Our parishioners, when leaving the church, were all not able to see this type of covert and malicious action,” the church said in a place on Facebook.

Sunday August 30th, 2020, until we began our Masses at Our Lady of Lebanon church Torontowe had been not surprised to find that a dreadful act of vandalism: We first found that the statue of the Virgin Mary, built in front of the church, which has been entirely decapitated!https://t.co/xuJxh17F7b pic.twitter.com/VemWvkiV5Y

— OLOL Toronto (@ololtoronto) August 30, 2020

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