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Archbishop of Canterbury's Easter sermon refers to Kate and King Charles

In his Easter sermon, the Archbishop of Canterbury, Justin Welby, highlighted the cancer diagnoses of King Charles and the Princess of Wales, Catherine, encouraging prayers and a dignified response from the public.
Welby's message, delivered at Canterbury Cathedral, emphasized compassion, the need for love in action, and confronting evil and pain globally.

He advocated for addressing injustices such as human trafficking, drug abuse, and supporting those in conflict zones like Gaza, Sudan, and Ukraine, highlighting the church's involvement in social projects and food banks.

In a separate Easter message, the Archbishop of Wales, Andrew John, called for an end to the conflict in Gaza, seeking a future of mutual trust among the parties involved.

Meanwhile, Pope Francis, during Easter celebrations at the Vatican, urged for a ceasefire in the Gaza Strip, reinforcing his peace advocacy despite recent health concerns.

The Pope led the Easter Vigil at St. Peter's Basilica, following a rest on Good Friday, with the Vatican confirming his health situation was not of serious concern.

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