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Refugee, migrants and COVID-19

How refugees and migrant workers are bearing the brunt of COVID-19

“Whether we will continue to help the most vulnerable in this particularly challenging time is more a matter of moral and political will than of national capacity,” says Bishop Philip Huggins.

 As we approach Refugee Week we share this article by Bishop Philip Huggins, NCCA President and published 29 March 2020 in Anglican Focus.

"For disciples of Jesus, our trust in the divine providence and presence is celebrated in the Easter season and focused by the feast of Pentecost.

We pray, by the grace of Jesus, to live and walk in the Holy Spirit (Galatians 5.16-18)."

With Pentecost blessings,+Philip.

Read the short article How refugees and migrant workers are bearing the brunt of COVID-19 in Anglican Focus. 

 

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