Archbishop Paul Kwong, center, the second and current archbishop and primate of Hong Kong Sheng Kung Hui was elected April 15 to chair the Anglican Consultative Council. Photo: Mary Frances Schjonberg/Episcopal News Service
Hong Kong archbishop elected to chair Anglican Consultative Council
The Anglican Consultative Council April 15 elected Hong Kong Archbishop Paul Kwong to be its next chair. Kwong, the second and current archbishop and primate of Hong Kong Sheng Kung Hui, said at a brief news conference after his election, that he was “deeply honored and humbled” to be elected. He called the job a “huge responsibility to serve the ACC and the communion, together with the delegates” and also with the Instruments of Communion.
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