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Vandals ravaged a Catholic church in Bavaria, Germany

On Monday the 8th of September, Saint-Emmaram's Catholic church was vandalised in the town of Spalt during the day.

According to a Christianophobie report, the vandals ravaged sacred objects, set on fire a deposit box for offerings, burned a large wooden cross, and broke a candle on the high altar. The property damage is estimated to be a few hundred euros. 

Roth police have launched an investigation and are interviewing the witnesses.

Photo: Christianophobie

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