Resurrection of Jesus challenges us to go back to the hope and discipleship that once inflamed us - Archbishop Chong

Resurrection of Jesus challenges us to go back to the hope and discipleship that once inflamed us - Archbishop Chong

By Iva Danford
Sunday 04/04/2021
Head of the Catholic Church in Fiji Archbishop Peter Loy Chong says as we mark the resurrection of Jesus Christ today, it also challenges us to go back to the hope and discipleship that once inflamed us.

The Head of the Catholic Church in Fiji Archbishop Peter Loy Chong says as we mark the resurrection of Jesus Christ today, it also challenges us to go back to the hope and discipleship that once inflamed us.

In his Easter Sunday Online Reflection, Archbishop Chong says COVID-19, climate change and other problems like domestic violence are taking away hope from many people.

He says in Fiji, domestic violence is leaving many women and children at a loss and this should not be the case.

Archbishop Chong says in times of loss, we need to go back to our heart and our God so that we can recover the hope and still dream especially in times of crisis.

Archbishop Chong says the resurrection has promised us that no one is condemned forever and it is never to late to start again.

[Photo: World Harvest Centre]

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