Toronto, Canada, Jul 26, 2004 / 22:00 pm
The parents of a nine-year-old Toronto girl, who was abducted last fall and murdered, have found comfort and solace in the Christian faith.
Cecilia Zhang was abducted from her bed last fall. Her remains were found in March, and Min Chen, 21, a visa student from Shanghai, was charged last Thursday with her murder.
A feature article in The Globe and Mail tells of the role faith has played in the lives of these parents as they mourn their daughter’s death.
According to the newspaper report, little Cecilia would often ask her mother if she believed in God. However, born and raised as atheists in Communist China, her parents would often avoid the question.