Two nuns attacked in attempted robbery in Seremban


  • Nation
  • Wednesday, 14 May 2014

PETALING JAYA: Two nuns were attacked in an attempted robbery outside the Church of Visitation in Seremban (pic) Wednesday morning around 6am before Lauds, an early morning Christian prayer.

In a Facebook post, the Church requested its followers to pray for two of their nuns who were in hospital – one of whom is reported to be critically injured.

The two nuns have been identified as Julianna Lim and Mary-Rose, both of whom were sent to the Seremban Hospital. 

The Church said that Lim is critically ill and on the ventilator.  

“How wicked it is to do this to our nuns who have given their whole life to God?,” said the Church adding that doctors have told them to inform Lim’s relatives.  

A spokesperson for the Church could not be contacted for comment.  

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