#BreakingNews Explosion at Catholic Student's Holy Mass at a University with 4 Dead and Many Injured - Please Pray!

Four people were killed and fifty wounded when an explosion went off in a university gymnasium during a Catholic Sunday Advent Holy Mass in the southern Philippines.
UPDATE: Police Lieutenant General Emmanuel Peralta said four people were killed and around 50 wounded in the blast that was caused by an improvised explosive device. The death toll had earlier stood at three. (UCAN) The authorities are investigating the blast at Mindanao State University in Marawi on Sunday, December 2, 2023. The regional police director, Brig Gen Allan Nobleza, told reporters. The explosion caused panic among dozens of worshippers and left the victims bloodied and on the ground, said Taha Mandangan, the security chief of the sprawling state-run university campus. (Sources: Theguardian.com and FB see below)
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The Mindanao State University (MSU) community is deeply saddened and appalled by the act of violence that occurred during a religious gathering at the university gymnasium this morning. We unequivocally condemn in the strongest possible terms this senseless and horrific act and extend our heartfelt condolences to the victims and their families. We are committed to providing support and assistance to those affected by this tragedy.
Our immediate priority is to ensure the safety and well-being of all constituents, particularly our Christian community. We are aware of the heightened sensitivities and concerns that arise from such a tragic event, and we want to assure everyone that we are taking every measure possible to protect our students, faculty, and staff.
The university administration has suspended classes until further notice and has deployed additional security personnel to safeguard the campus. We are also working closely with the local government units and law enforcement authorities to investigate this incident and bring the perpetrators to justice.
We stand in solidarity with our Christian community and all those affected by this tragedy. We will not be deterred by this act of violence, and we will continue to work towards building a more
peaceful and just MSU community.
Violence has no place in a civilized society, and it is particularly abhorrent in an institution of higher learning like MSU, a bulwark of peace, harmony, solidarity, reverence for life and humanity. This attack is an assault on our core values and our commitment to creating a safe and inclusive community for all.