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It is a celebration of Archbishop Emeritus Tutu and the announcement of the newly established Desmond Tutu Centre for Spirituality and Society, for which we give thanks to God and thank the university and the department.
Archbishop Emeritus Zollitsch of Freiburg, President of the German Bishops' Conference, has dismissed Archbishop Muller's demand.
Fellow Nobel Peace laureate, archbishop emeritus Desmond Tutu, used the opportunity for a unifying gesture of his own: delivering part of his message in Afrikns -- the language of the former oppressor.
He was a unifier from the moment he walked out of prison," said South Africa's Archbishop Emeritus Desmond Tutu.
EXPRESSING his gratitude towards India for the role the country played in the liberation of South Africa, Nobel laureate and anti- apartheid icon Archbishop Emeritus Desmond M.
Also honored at the event was His Eminence Edward Cardinal Egan, Archbishop Emeritus of New York, who received the College's Saint Vincent De Paul Award.
Yesterday's Vatican statement said: "His Eminence Cardinal Keith Patrick O'Brien, archbishop emeritus of St Andrews and Edinburgh, for the same reasons he decided not to participate in the last conclave, and in agreement with the Holy Father, will be leaving Scotland for several months for the purpose of spiritual renewal, prayer and penance.
Reagan, Bill Clinton, former US Presidents, Adrienne Clarkson, former Governor General of Canada, Quentin Bryce, current- Governor General of Australia and Archbishop Emeritus Desmond Tutu (Nobel Peace Prize laureate).
The Dalai Lama cancelled his intended trip to South Africa to attend Archbishop Emeritus Desmond Tutu's 80th birthday on October 4, saying he had done so to avoid inconveniencing the South African government.
A recorded message from Archbishop Emeritus Desmond Tutu, patron of Rights and Humanity, was played to the congregation.
ARCHBISHOP EMERITUS Ricardo Vidal said he didn't "see any point for dialogue" because President Benigno Aquino III had already made up his mind that citizens should have "the right to choose how best to manage their families.
Monsignor Merardo Joseph Mazombwe, archbishop emeritus of Lusaka, Zambia