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Syrian Catholic patriarch's Easter message

Catholic World News - April 21, 2014

"In this blessed Easter season, we extend to you all, our heartfelt prayerful wishes of Peace and joy as we renew our hope and confidence in the One who conquered death, overcoming the sin and reconciled our humanity with His heavenly Father, One God, Creator of all," Patriarch Ignace Joseph III (Ephrem) Younan, the head of the Syrian Catholic Church, said in his Easter message.

"The Lord’s Resurrection on Sunday, the first day of the week, is the ultimate sign of victory of Love over death, Grace over sin, Life over nothingness. It is the Hope rebirth of our humanity for a better world."

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