The bishop was among the keynote speakers at Philadelphia’s Eucharistic Congress.
The March for Life — the pro-life organization co-hosting the march — said that speakers at the event will be educating attendees on the dangers of the November constitutional amendment.
Parishioners attending daily Mass Tuesday morning discovered the defaced crosses and banner.
Since the Azeri takeover, widespread fears of genocide and religious and cultural persecution have led nearly all of the Nagorno-Karabakh population to leave the region.
‘We could study the ways Jesus led and ask ourselves if we could lead more like him,’ said Maronite Bishop Gregory Mansour of the Eparchy of St. Maron of Brooklyn, adding, ‘To undo the clarity of faith and morals of the Church would neither be fair nor honest.’