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Anglican & World Church leaders’ Easter messages

Anglican & World Church leaders’ Easter messages

The Anglican Communion News Sevice offers a round up of Easter messages by various Anglican Primates as well as from prelates of other denominations. I have also found a few more.

The Archbishop of Canterbury’s Ecumenical Easter Letter
Archbishop Justin Welby

Archbishop of York’s Easter Message in Yorkshire Post
Archbishop John Sentamu

The Primates of the Anglican Church in Aotearoa, New Zealand and Polynesia
Archbishops Winston Halapua and Philip Richardson

Primus of the Scottish Episcopal Church
Bishop David Chillingworth

The Primate of the Anglican Church of Australia
Archbishop Philip Freier

The Primate of the Anglican Church of Canada
Archbishop Fred Hiltz

The Anglican and Roman Catholic Primates of Ireland
Archbishops Richard Clarke and Eamon Martin

The Primate of the Church of South India
Moderator Thomas K Oommen

The Primate of the US-based Episcopal Church
Presiding Bishop Michael Curry

Easter Message from the Patriarchs and Heads of Churches in Jerusalem
Patriarch Theophilos III,
– Greek Orthodox Patriarchate
Patriarch Nourhan Manougian,
– Armenian Apostolic Orthodox Patriarchate
Archbishop Pierbattista Pizzaballa,
– Apostolic Administrator, Latin Patriarchate
Fr. Francesco Patton, ofm,
– Custos of the Holy Land
Archbishop Anba Antonious,
– Coptic Orthodox Patriarchate, Jerusalem
Archbishop Swerios Malki Murad,
– Syrian Orthodox Patriarchate
Archbishop Aba Embakob,
– Ethiopian Orthodox Patriarchate
Archbishop Joseph-Jules Zerey,
– Greek-Melkite-Catholic Patriarchate
Archbishop Mosa El-Hage,
– Maronite Patriarchal Exarchate
Archbishop Suheil Dawani,
– Episcopal Church of Jerusalem and the Middle East
Bishop Munib Younan,
– Evangelical Lutheran Church in Jordan and the Holy Land
Bishop Pierre Malki,
– Syrian Catholic Patriarchal Exarchate
Msgr. Georges Dankaye’,
– Armenian Catholic Patriarchal Exarchate

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