KARACHI, Pakistan - Pakistan's tiny and downtrodden Christian
community thought big when constructing its latest church — a domed,
three-story building that towers over the sprawling slum it serves and
is the largest yet in the violent, Muslim country.
St. Peter's of Karachi, which opened its doors this month
and can fit around 5,000 people, is a sign of the resilience of a faith
that has long suffered from state discrimination and attacks by
extremists allied with al-Qaida and the Taliban.
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