Archbishop Elpidophoros of America: I came here to Brooklyn today in order to stand in solidarity with my fellow sisters and brothers whose rights have been sorely abused

Archbishop Elpidophoros of America posted on his Facebook profile a message and a call for «preserving peace, justice, and equality for every citizen of goodwill, regardless of their race, religion, gender or ethnic origin».

«I came here to Brooklyn today in order to stand in solidarity with my fellow sisters and brothers whose rights have been sorely abused. This was a peaceful protest, one without violence of any kind, and I thank all of those involved, because violence begets only more violence. We must speak and speak loudly against the injustice in our country. It is our moral duty and obligation to uphold the sanctity of every human being. We have faced a pandemic of grave physical illness, but the spiritual illness in our land runs even deeper and must be healed by actions as well as words. And so, I will continue to stand in the breach together with all those who are committed to preserving peace, justice, and equality for every citizen of goodwill, regardless of their race, religion, gender or ethnic origin».



Archbishop Iakovos of America (1 April 1959 – 29 July 1996) with Martin Luther King Jr. in 1965

 

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