Christians, Muslims to mourn murdered French priest

At the church of Saint-Etienne-du-Rouvray two jihadists killed the priest Jacques Hamel during morning massMuslim and Christian groups will hold vigils for a French priest murdered by jihadists Saturday, as authorities charged a man in connection with the brutal church attack that rocked the nation. A shellshocked France is still coming to terms with the jihadist murder of a priest at his altar that has sparked fears of tensions between religions in the secular nation. A church in Bordeaux said it would hold a non-denominational vigil for the 85-year-old Jacques Hamel, who had his throat slit by IS-inspired teenaged attackers.

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