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The Archbishop of Tokyo, a Bishop from Benin and the King of the Maori people at the concluding service of "Everything can change" Congress

May 27 2019

Everything can changeSant'Egidio

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An image of the universality of the Church, that of the concluding service of the International Congress "Everything can change", attended last week by representatives of Sant'Egidio from 39 countries of the world. The service has been chaired by the Archbishop of Tokyo, Msgr. Tarcisius Isao Kikuchi and by Msgr. François Gnonhossou, bishop of Dassa - Zoumè in Benin, together with Msgr. Vincenzo Paglia. The mass has been also attended by the King of the Maori people, His Majesty Tuheitia Potatau Te Wherowhero Te Tuawhitu, accompanied by Anglican archbishop David Moxon and by Msgr. Gerard Burns.
 



The Archbishop of Tokyo, a Bishop from Benin and the King of the Maori people at the concluding service of
The Archbishop of Tokyo, a Bishop from Benin and the King of the Maori people at the concluding service of
The Archbishop of Tokyo, a Bishop from Benin and the King of the Maori people at the concluding service of
The Archbishop of Tokyo, a Bishop from Benin and the King of the Maori people at the concluding service of
The Archbishop of Tokyo, a Bishop from Benin and the King of the Maori people at the concluding service of