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YouTube Messages from leaders for Youth Day


A collection of top ranking Political and Religious leaders of New Zealand have posted messages of support for World Youth Day 2008. The below email is now circulating the 4000+ New Zealanders departing for this event.

Meassage is below.


Check out these messages of support to the 4000 Kiwi WYD08 pilgrims from New Zealand’s political and religious leaders (on our ‘YouthNZCatholics’ channel on YouTube)

New Zealand party political leaders:
Prime Minister, Rt. Hon. Helen Clark:
National Party Leader, John Key:
Maori Party Co-Leader, Pita Sharples:
ACT Party Leader, Rodney Hide:

Messages from NZ religious leaders:
Anglican Church of NZ:
Baptist Church of NZ:
Jewish Community of NZ:
Moslim Community of NZ:

We will be uploading further messages over the weekend from the Presbyterian Church and NZ Salvation Army, as well as United Future Party Leader, the Hon. Peter Dunn, and Green Party Youth Spokesperson, Metiria Turei.


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