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Hong Kong House of Bishops issues pastoral letter

The bishops declined to take a side on the political and legal issues that have prompted protest, instead urging “people from both sides … to respect the other party, listen, communicate, and build mutual trust,” remembering that “benevolent thoughts come from God while wicked intentions originate in the ‘evil one,’ Satan.”

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The Episcopal Bishop of NY joins chorus of ecclesiastical voices calling parishes to give refuge to Syrian refugees

The Rt Revd Andrew M. L. Dietsche, bishop diocesan of the Episcopal Diocese of New York, has added his voice to the call for churches to shelter Syrian refugees. The Pope, Roman Catholic and Anglican & Episcopal prelates have begun raising a chorus of admonitions for the parishes and religious houses in their jurisdictions to open their doors to the plight of the refugees fleeing the Syrian civil war and the added terror that is ISIS.

In a letter to his […]

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