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Remembering our Responsibility to Protect

April 24th is the anniversary of the Armenian genocide a century ago, and for the past decade, the date has been fixed on our church’s Calendar of Lesser Feasts and Fasts. Genocide Remembrance Day is a reminder of humankind’s continued capacity for evil on a massive scale. Our voice, and that of the church at large, is vital to the continued debate regarding the Responsibility to Protect because it is not only a legal norm, but also a moral one.

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