To remember all of them, even to console wounded hearts, they raised money for those in need.
Sri Lankan Episcopal Conference urges the government to set up an independent commission to conduct an impartial investigation.
On Easter Sunday 2019, nearly three hundred people were killed and five hundred injured in attacks on churches and hotels.
"The confinement is an opportunity to rediscover and strengthen our faith in God."
Sri Lanka’s Catholics have forgiven the bombers who struck their churches last Easter, Cardinal Malcolm Ranjith has said.
"I have lost my son, my sister and my brother-in-law, but they will resurrect on the Day of the Lord."
The attack remains the single largest attack on Sri Lanka’s Christian population in the country’s history.
In Asia, Christians are subject to persecutions from Communist, Hindu and Islamic regimes.
Mass attendance is increasing in those churches most affected by Easter attack last April.
Persecution increasing in Sri Lanka, says Christian group BPCA backs UN expert's recent report on violations of religious freedom.