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A gathering of Primates’ Easter messages

A gathering of Primates’ Easter messages

The Anglican News Service has gather a series of links to the Easter messages of various primates of Anglican provinces;

Archbishop Winston Halapua
The Anglican Church in Aotearoa, New Zealand and Polynesia

Archbishop Philip Freier
The Anglican Church of Australia

Archbishop Fred Hiltz
The Anglican Church of Canada

Archbishop Justin Welby
The Church of England

Archbishop Michael Jackson
The Church of Ireland

Primus David Chillingworth
The Scottish Episcopal Church

Archbishop Stanley Ntagali
The Church of the Province of Uganda

Presiding Bishop Michael Curry
The Episcopal Church

Originally published on the Anglican Communion News Service.
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Dr. William A. Flint, MDiv, PhD

I have reached an age that I really don’t care what they say or do. I know Who I believe in and I am convinced that He is able to keep to work His will without their help.

David Knudtson

We love the gays ….. and the Church has handed down to us what the Sacrament of Marriage is and is not. We did not make it up. It was handed down to us. Do not confuse Sacramental Marriage (even if it is only a Sacrament of the Church and not one instituted by our Lord) with Civil Marriage. Ok on that note the first post making this all about the “issues” in the Communion over the nature of Sacramental Marriage of course have nothing to do with Easter. The Lord is Risen. He is Risen indeed.

William Bockstael

And we love the gays… long as they don´t want to get married in our churches…

efren supanga

They may have already lost their credibility to come up with any sensible messages by having approved of same-sex marriage which is not good news coming from the Church that exists and feeds on the Word of God.

Drew H

In the future please follow the comment policy and post using your first & last names. – ed

It is so sad that even on our holiest day instead of spreading the good news you use it as an opportunity to advance your agenda of discrimination. I will pray for you tomorrow.

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