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Archbishop’s Easter sermon mentions Kate and King Charles

  1. Archbishop of Canterbury discusses King Charles and Princess Catherine’s cancer
  2. Calls for action on global conflicts during Easter sermon
  3. Pope Francis urges end to Gaza conflict in Easter message

The Archbishop of Canterbury began his Easter sermon by discussing the cancer treatments undergone by both King Charles and the Princess of Wales.

“There are moments in every individual’s life that irrevocably alter them,” said Justin Welby at Canterbury Cathedral.

He expressed “compassion and sympathy” as he listened to Catherine disclose her cancer prognosis.

We offer our prayers for her and the King as they respond with dignity and for all those experiencing similar anguish.

He continued urging “love in action” to assist those entangled in international conflict.

The confrontation of “evil and pain” is necessary, he stated.

Christian belief, according to Mr Welby, demands “courageous action” to rectify wrongs, “whether it be the evil of people smugglers, county lines in our schools, or the anguish and distress of a family torn apart by grief, rage, or substance abuse.”

He advocated for action on behalf of the starving children of Gaza and Sudan, as well as their parents who are desperately trying to provide them with food, the hostages held by Hamas, the people in the trenches, cities, and fears of Ukraine, at least thirty but probably fifty other regions afflicted by armed conflict, and the twenty-five to thirty per cent of children in this country who are impoverished.

He went on: Our actions are motivated by what God commands, as revealed in the Bible and to be carried out by the church; these include more than 8,000 food banks and over 30,000 social initiatives.

The “futile” conflict in Gaza was urged to cease in the Easter message delivered by Archbishop of Wales Andrew John.

He stated, “I hope that all parties involved can find a way to move beyond it so they can coexist in mutual trust.”

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Following Easter Sunday Mass, Pope Francis bestowed his yearly Urbi et Obi benediction from the Vatican.

In keeping with his customary Easter message, he demanded an end to hostilities in the Gaza Strip.

On Saturday, the 87-year-old pontiff presided over the Easter Vigil at St. Peter’s Basilica, despite his withdrawal from the procession on Good Friday, which reignited concerns regarding his health.

The Vatican stated that the pontiff had chosen to rest as a precautionary measure and that there was no cause for alarm.

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