This is an incredible achievement in a land torn by ISIS terrorists.
Msgr. Warda, Archbishop of Erdil: “I hope that all the students – Christians, Muslims, Yazidis – will be able to breathe the Catholic faith and its fundamental values,” the prelate told AsiaNews.
The facility will have various departments: “oriental studies, information technology, languages, education and business administration.” It will also host young people from Mosul and the Nineveh Plain.
“The first activities of the Catholic University will start this Friday, 11 December,” the prelate added. “Some 96 courses will be available in Biblical and theological studies. They will be open to refugees aged 18 to 40. We expect some 300 people.” (DS) Read more on this here.