Andrew Chan Au-ming, the Archbishop for Anglican Church of Hong Kong, has called on people to mend rifts in his Christmas message. Photo: Archbishop for Anglican Church of Hong Kong
Andrew Chan Au-ming, the Archbishop for Anglican Church of Hong Kong, has called on people to mend rifts in his Christmas message. Photo: Archbishop for Anglican Church of Hong Kong
Religion

Hong Kong’s Christian leaders urge people to mend rifts, spend time with loved ones in Christmas messages

  • Andrew Chan, the Archbishop for Anglican Church of Hong Kong, calls on people to set aside their political leanings, seek a way to heal rifts as it is the ‘only path to happiness’
  • Bishop Stephen Chow, of the Catholic diocese of Hong Kong, says time spent with loved ones cannot be substituted by material gifts

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Andrew Chan Au-ming, the Archbishop for Anglican Church of Hong Kong, has called on people to mend rifts in his Christmas message. Photo: Archbishop for Anglican Church of Hong Kong
Andrew Chan Au-ming, the Archbishop for Anglican Church of Hong Kong, has called on people to mend rifts in his Christmas message. Photo: Archbishop for Anglican Church of Hong Kong
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