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Presiding Bishop calls people to prayer

Presiding Bishop calls people to prayer

Presiding Bishop and Primate of The Episcopal Church releases video calling people to prayer in response to the violence in Paris, France.

 

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Prof Christopher Seitz

The Anglican Communion News Service has some substantial comment from Bishops Innes and Hamid, who together oversee the Diocese in Europe. (The Church of England has 60 + congregations in France alone.)

In Paris and suburbs: St George's, Paris; St Michaels, Paris; St Mark's, Versailles; St Luke's, Fontainebleau.

May God strengthen them and uphold them in this time of loss.

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Ann Fontaine

Church leaders around the world respond http://www.anglicannews.org/news/2015/11/prayers-and-solidarity-after-paris-attacks.aspx

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Prof Christopher Seitz

www.fox4news.com/news/48739000-story

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Ronald Hammond

May I suggest also that we pray for those who have adopted the way of hate and terror that God would lead them to a pathway of peace and love.
Jesus taught that we should pray for your enemies. If every Christian on the earth prayed for this every day a miracle could happen.

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JC Fisher

Amen, PB Curry, and thank you.

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