Archbishop Tutu’s Easter message to the people of Central African Republic – 20 April 2014

Statement by Archbishop Emeritus Desmond Tutu CAPE TOWN: While the Central African Republic has experienced more than its fair share of coups, power grabs, authoritarianism and corruption since throwing off the shackles of colonial rule in 1960, the country’s Christian and Muslim citizens have to a great extent lived in a state of impoverished harmony.

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Archbishop Tutu adds voice to Israeli apartheid week – 9 March 2014

Statement issued by the Desmond & Leah Tutu Legacy Foundation “People who are denied their dignity and rights deserve the solidarity of their fellow human beings. Those who turn a blind eye to injustice actually perpetuate injustice. If you are neutral in situations of injustice, you have chosen the side of the oppressor,” Archbishop Emeritus

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Mpho Tutu on religious leaders and politicians – 18 September 2013

Address by Reverend Mpho Tutu to the Western Cape Religious Leaders Forum on 18 September 2013 INTRODUCTION For many centuries – perhaps since the birth of humanity, itself – people have contrived extraordinary means of cruelty to physically and economically dominate those they identify as “different” to or “lesser than” themselves. The Persian, Roman and

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Pastor’s Book Set conference

Dear brothers and sisters in the Lord, It is a joy for me to extend my greetings to you as you attend this Pastors’ Book Set conference in Cote d’Ivoire. My hope is that the time you spend together in this conference will help solidify your unity in Jesus Christ.

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God is God’s Worst Enemy

Preamble: It is a very great honour to have been invited to give this inaugural lecture in memory of this outstanding and brilliant young theological leader, Steve de Gruchy and as I extend yet again our deepest condolences to his dear parents John and Isobel, we all mourn a wonderful life cut short so tragically.

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