Here’s what they had to say:
Cardinal Vincent Nichols
The news of the massacre in the New Zealand mosques is deeply shocking and has caused us all great pain. We pray for the many victims, for the wounded and for the whole community, which has been severely affected by this act of terrorism. May God free us from these tragedies and sustain the efforts of all those who work for peace, harmony and coexistence.
Quakers in Britain
Quakers in Britain are upholding and praying for all affected by the terrorist attack in Christchurch.
Paul Parker, Recording Clerk for Quakers in Britain, said, “We condemn all acts of violence. We stand in love and solidarity with the Muslim community in New Zealand and around the world. We all have a role to play in challenging hate.”
Council of Christians and Jews
As Christians and Jews we stand in solidarity with the Muslim community today and always. Hatred of the other is eating away at what is most beautiful and should be most treasured in our society- namely our diversity.
Church in Wales International Group
In common with all people of faith and goodwill, we are horrified by the attacks on worshippers at Mosques in Christchurch, New Zealand. In the face of this kind of hatred, it is more important than ever that we reach out in friendship and solidarity to our neighbours. We pray that God…
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