Church prayed for the tension softening Korea




The leaders of the Catholic Church in Korea invites people to pray so that the tension in Korea did not deteriorate.
President of South Korea cut its trade with the communist-controlled North Korea in retaliation for a torpedo attack by North Korea that killed 46 South Korean sailors.
"In the light of faith, we hope this will lead to national reconciliation, and we have to keep hoping. We need to pray for peace, "Fabiano said Choi Hong-jun, chairman of the Board of Laity Korea.
He said the tensions that emerged lately like throwing cold water on national reconciliation efforts.
Sinking Cheanon, South Korean warships, on March 26 in the Yellow Sea is the country's military defeat since the 1950-53 Korean War years. A torpedo from a submarine ditembakan North Korean ship sank, the international investigation team reports
Father Raphael Seo Jong-yeob deplores' economic attacks' from South Korean President Lee Myung-bak against North Korea, given the Commission for Reconciliation of Korean People of the Korean Bishops' Conference has planned assistance for North Koreans.
But now the plan was canceled following a confrontational policy toward North Korea. However, he welcomed the government's policy of not mengembargo assistance for children in North Korea.
South Korea is second largest trading partner of North Korea, after China.
Pastor Seo said that the North and South "should continue to pursue peace talks and reconciliation" and for that prayer is needed.