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Photo story: Warm greetings

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11 March 2022

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The Prince of Wales receives a gift during a visit on Wednesday to St Luke’s, Earl’s Court (South Kensington), in London, to learn about the work carried out at Holy Trinity, Brompton, to support refugees and asylum-seekers. Prince Charles said that he prayed that all had been welcomed, and hoped that “the people here to help you . . . will make a difference to your lives. I know so many of you already have qualifications, training in your own countries, and we have enormous skill shortages in this country, where so much of what you can do could be of enormous benefit to it. We are very lucky in many ways to have you and your skills and all you can bring.” To the people at the churches, he said: “We are so fortunate to have people . . . all over the world . . . helping, all providing selfless service under the most challenging, dangerous conditions. . . I find it very humbling to think of what the contribution is that they are making”

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