The Illegal Detention of Patriarch Abune Antonios of Eritrea Enters 8th Year

Detained Patriarch Abune Antonios of Eritrea

OCP News Service - June 2015 Also Read Excommunication Notice from the Union of Eritrean Orthodox Monasteries USCIRF Calls for the Release of Patriarch Abune Antonios of Eritrea: Metropolitan Abba Seraphim leads Protest Vigil at the Eritrean Embassy Latest Snap and information on the detained Patriarch Abune Antonios of Eritrea The Detained Patriarch, Persecuted Christians and a Dying Church Global: The year ...

Metropolitan Abba Seraphim leads Protest Vigil at the Eritrean Embassy

The British Orthodox Church - 23/5/14 Also read- Latest Snap and information on the detained Patriarch Abune Antonios of Eritrea Also read – The Detained Patriarch, Persecuted Christians and a Dying Church: London: Abba Seraphim joined a Prayer vigil outside London’s Eritrean Embassy on 22 May to mark the twelfth anniversary of the Eritrean government’s persecution of Christian ...

Annual Protest Vigil at the Eritrean Embassy in London

19/5/2012 The British Orthodox Church Read OCP Article on Persecution of Christians in Eritrea: The Detained Patriarch, Persecuted Christians and a Dying Church On 17 May, what has sadly become the annual Protest Vigil at the Eritrean Embassy in Islington, London , appropriately took as its motto, “Ten Years is too long.” As on previous occasions the ...

Prayer Vigil at Eritrean Embassy

27/5/2011 The British Orthodox Church was among a number of groups which stood in solidarity with imprisoned Eritreans at a Prayer Vigil outside the Eritrean Embassy in London on 26 May. Abba Seraphim, supported by Father Simon Smyth and Deacon Theodore de Quincey, joined representatives from Human Rights Concern – Eritrea, Church in Chains, Release Eritrea, ...

Standing in Solidarity with Eritrean Christians

19/5/2010 The British Orthodox Church Abba Seraphim will join a protest vigil to “Stand in Solidarity with Eritrean Christians” outside the Eritrean Embassy between 3-4 pm on Thursday, 3 June. The vigil has been organised by a number of Christian Human Rights’ organisations: Christian Solidarity Worldwide, Release Eritrea, Church in Chains, Release International and Open Doors. ...