Nobel Peace Prize laureate Desmond Tutu, the Anglican Church’s Archbishop Emeritus of South Africa, will participate in five events in Honolulu in August at the invitation of The Episcopal Church’s Cathedral of Saint Andrew.
Tutu, a noted advocate for peace and justice, is currently the chairman of The Elders, an independent group of international leaders who promote causes related to human rights.
“We are absolutely thrilled that Archbishop Tutu has accepted our invitation to speak in a number of forums in Honolulu,” says the Very Reverend Walter B.A. Brownridge, dean of the Cathedral of Saint Andrew.
“The archbishop is an inspirational leader and speaker whose message of reconciliation and faith has moved millions of people.”
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