Amid North Korean missile threats, Guam Catholics pray for peace

Guam Catholics prayed for peace in Saint Anthony's Cathedral on Sunday amid missile threats from North Korea. The cathedral was packed with worshippers in early hours who prayed for a better and more peaceful future. Elizabeth Cena, who also attended mass prayers, said they are ready if anything unfortunate happens. She also added that people are staying updated by listening to the news and the best they can do to deal with the situation is to pray. Monsignor James Benavente asked the churchgoers to have faith in Jesus and to not be afraid of the threats.