An urgent message from Bishop Joseph Ha

[請廣傳]夏志誠主教就中文大學目前情況 #緊急呼籲🙏🙏🙏「各位,我想就中文大學目前的情況,做一個緊急呼籲:我請警方要克制,學生請務必保障自己安全。見到緊張的局勢沒有減退,我跟全港市民都十分擔心、痛心。生命是最寶貴的,沒任何東西可取代。」An Urgent Message from Bishop Ha, "Dear all, I hope to convey an urgent message about the situation of Chinese University of Hong Kong. I urge the Police to keep restraint. Dear students, please put your safety at the top priority. With all the citizens in Hong Kong, I feel worried and grieved for what is happening tonight. Life is the most precious gift. Nothing is more precious than life."#夏主教 #痛心呼籲

HKDAVC 教區視聽中心發佈於 2019年11月12日星期二

“Dear all, I hope to convey an urgent message about the situation of Chinese University of Hong Kong. I urge the police to keep restraint. Dear students, please put your safety at the top priority. With all the citizens in Hong Kong, I feel worried and grieved for what is happening tonight. Life is the most precious gift. Nothing is more precious than life.”

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