Inquista - Office of the Archbishop


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    Welcome to the Office of the Archbishop (OA). The OA is headed by the Archbishop of Inquista and his supporting public relations staff. The OA is tasked with communicating the Archbishop's messages to the Inquistan people and to the rest of Europe. The OA is also responsible for facilitating a clear and transparent communications channel between the Archbishop of Inquista and the greater public. The current and incumbent Archbishop of Inquista is Paul Craticus.

    All public relations and press messages will be posted here. All press questions sent to the Archbishop will be answered here as well.


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    June 6th, 2015

    To my dear friend Emperor Artabanos of Inimicus,

    On behalf of Inquista, Our Most Holy Church would like to to offer our deepest condolences and best wishes to you at this time. The passing of your consort Charlotte is a true tragedy and is a terrible loss for not only you, or just the Inimican people, but to all Europeans. We never had the pleasure of meeting your wife Charlotte, but from all the wonderful things we have heard and have seen about her - her beauty, her intelligence, her charisma - it is like we have already met and known her. Her warm and passionate presence has been felt outside of Inimicus and we grieve in her passing.

    Just remember that all this pain is not just for nothing, but that God does indeed have a plan. Charlotte will be watching over not just you, but also over your lovely newborn twins. The sacrifice she has given will not be forgotten, and her love and passion will continue to live through Eric and Elizabeth. You have been blessed with two beautiful children, whom I know will go on to accomplish great things much like their father and mother. I can't wait to meet them soon and spoil them with presents (because I will be named as their godfather, right?).

    Our thoughts and prayers are with you, and we sincerely wish the best to you and your children.

    Paul Craticus

    Archbishop of Inquista


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    October 28th, 2015

    Our Most Holy Church would like to extend our hands and give our deepest condolences to the government and people of Poretos at this tragic time. It brings us great sorrow to see a vessel carrying humanitarian aid to be viciously and cowardly attacked. Our thoughts and prayers go out to the brave 40 men and women that gave up their lives in order to better the world, and to provide aid to those who need it most. May god bless them and lay them to rest.

    As for the situation ongoing in the Teutonic States, Our Most Holy Church will continue to play a humanitarian and peaceful role. We are coordinating aid and relief efforts very closely with the government of Davishire. We are supplying Davishirian forces with aid kits, medical equipment, non-perishable food stuffs, water filters, hygiene kits, blankets, and other items that are to be redistributed to the Teutonic people. Following this aggressive attack against the Poretisian ship, Our Most Holy Murch will be exponentially increasing the amount of aid sent. We do not want the lives of the 40 brave Poretisians to be in vain, nor do we want the Teutonic people to think that the outside world has forgotten about them.

    We hope that this war in the Teutonic States is brought to a quick and peaceful end.

    Paul Craticus

    Archbishop of Inquista


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    November 6th, 2015

    Our Most Holy Church is deeply concerned with the latest revelations coming out the United Kingdom and the leaking of top secret files by Mr. Snowden. We have personally reviewed and discussed these leaked files with our own Ministries, and we are completely shocked to say the least. We has been strongly committed and has led the way to bringing aid and humanitarian relief to the Teutonic citizens currently affected by the ongoing civil war, but with Davishire's implication in this entire conflict now unclear, we shall suspend all ongoing relief to the country. Our most Holy Church does not officially condemn the government of Davishire, but we instead asks for it to give a frank, concise and clear analysis of what is currently going on. Once clarification has been received, we will continue the ongoing humanitarian operations.

    Paul Craticus

    Archbishop of Inquista


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    November 21st, 2015

    The latest news emerging from Davishire is utterly devastating and disturbing. Our Most Holy Church, and all of Inquista, are praying for a peaceful end to the current crisis ongoing there. Our thoughts and prayers lie with the hundreds of innocents killed in the ongoing situation, and those still in danger. May those resting find peace in heaven, and may those still in danger find God's protection. We hope that the perpetrators of these atrocities are immediately brought to justice, and we hope that the families of the victims and hostages receive the closure they require at this time. Inquista will enter into an official week of mourning after this Sunday's Mass, in which all of us will solemnly remember those who have been affected by this travesty.

    Our Most Holy Church's suspended humanitarian mission to the Teutonic States shall also henceforth come to an official end. We have been committed to bringing aid and much needed supplies to the most helpless of Teutons, but it seems that we have done as much as we can in this capacity, and now face no other choice but to call off the mission entirely. The situation ongoing there is still quite dire, but we believe that there is still hope. Once peace is achieved, then a humanitarian mission might resume. In the mean time, Our Most Holy Church will be examining and processing all Teuton refugees that seek to come to Inquista. Only Teutons that are members of Our Most Holy Church will be accepted into our country.

    Paul Craticus

    Archbishop of Inquista


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    March 4th, 2016

    We are shocked and appalled by the latest reports coming out of Inimicus. The reports have so far been unclear, and vague at their best, but still need to be addressed by the international community with urgency. This situation cannot spiral out of hand, and it certainly cannot happen now when Inimicus has just been granted a nuclear license. A quick and decisive restore to order needs to be called.

    Our Most Holy Church condemns the unlawful seizure of power by Mr. Hugh Doyle in southern Inimicus. Mr. Doyle's actions are both violent, and completely illegal. Mr. Doyle has blatantly put all of Inimicus and its people at total risk. Mr. Doyle's actions have no democratic basis, and they fly in the face of Inimican and international law. We ask that Mr. Doyle consider the repercussions of his actions, and the effect it will have not only within Inimicus, but also throughout the European community.

    Our Most Holy Church will immediately blacklist Mr. Doyle and any of his associates as terrorist actors. Any other illegitimate claimants to the Imperial throne will also be blacklisted. All of their assets in Inquista will be frozen, and they will be sanctioned by our country.

    We will continue to recognize Artabanos as the one true Emperor of Inimicus. Emperor Artabanos is strongly supported by the Inimican people and by the true government of Inimicus, and for that, he will receive support from us.

    Paul Craticus

    Archbishop of Inquista


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    March 31st, 2017

    Let Our Most Holy Church be the first to congratulate Mrs. Asuman Baknezarayowa on her election as the new president of Turkmenbaijan. It is clear that Mrs. Baknezarayowa has been blessed with a decisive and democratic mandate by her people, and we are confident that she will lead her country to a prosperous future. We do not believe there is anyone better equipped than Mrs. Baknezarayowa when it comes to dealing with all the current obstacles confronting Turkmenbaijan. Turkmenbaijan has overcome so much in recent times, and their resilience in the face of these difficulties has demonstrated their invaluable contribution to the European Union. This recent election has not only demonstrated Turkmenbaijan's unwavering commitment to democratic rule, but has set a new standard for democratic rule throughout Europe. Our Most Holy Church, and all of Inquista, have never doubted this. We are pleased to see a message of unity and solidarity come out of Mrs. Baknezarayowa's inaugural speech. We look forward to working with Mrs. Baknezarayowa on the international stage, and we look forward to further the bond of friendship between our nations.

    Paul Craticus

    Archbishop of Inquista


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    April 12th, 2017

    Our Most Holy Church is glad to see that European Court of Justice has produced a verdict in regards to the case of Gallambria vs. the Kingdom of Pravoslaviya. More often than not, our European Courts have failed to produce a timely decision, so we welcome this progress. We also welcome the verdict itself, as Our Most Holy Church, and all of Inquista, respect and support any decision made by our regional institutions. Justice is a virtue that is especially treasured by Inquistan society, and we support all matters in that regard wholeheartedly.

    While this case has been settled, what remains, however; is a totally catastrophic humanitarian crisis. Now this, this deserves justice as well. Our Most Holy Church has previously led the way for many humanitarian efforts, and we hope to prove ourselves once again in this regard. One must not forget to do good and to share with others. We must support the vulnerable in Dromund Kaas. Kaasians should not make any unnecessary journeys, and they should not have to take risks and treacherous roads, and swim in the sea. Incredibly, refugees continue to be spotted in the water. It is unacceptable and unforgivable that not only are they putting their own lives in danger, but the lives of people in the rescue services in danger as well.

    In coming days, we will be looking to meet with Inquista's allies, the United Kingdom, Angleter and the Duxburian Union, where we will seek to establish a humanitarian effort that is respectful to their ongoing military operations. It is important that relief and humanitarian efforts do not disrupt any military progress there, as establishing peace and security is of paramount importance. Our Most Holy Church also looks to coordinate relief and aid operations in conjunction with local NGOs and charities that are already set up in affected areas. We have already made contact with local aid operations and have established firm relationships with them.

    Our Most Holy Church calls upon the European community to join us in helping support the innocent of Dromund Kaas. Once a basis for aid and humanitarian operations has been established, then able bodies, resources and donations will be more than welcome.

    Paul Craticus

    Archbishop of Inquista


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    June 8th, 2017

    The safety and security of the Inquistan people is of paramount importance to Our Most Holy Church. Our Most Holy Church has thoroughly investigated, and deliberated on the ongoing instability in Turkmenbaijan, and have decided to take extensive and extraordinary measures in ensuring the safety and wellbeing of our nationals. Our Most Holy Church has taken the time and care to make one-on-one contact with our nationals, clearly communicating the dangers and cautionary measures that need to be heeded while in the State of Turkmenbaijan. Our Most Holy Church has also established special communication lines for our nationals in Turkmenbaijan, and has established plans for them to exit the country if they feel they are in danger. Despite this, Our Most Holy Church has NOT advised our nationals to leave the country, and we have the utmost faith in the State of Turkmenbaijan to ensure the safety and security of all internationals.

    Our Most Holy Church has always stood in solidarity with the State of Turkmenbaijan, which we have clearly recognised as a valuable partner. Turkmenbaijan is an especially resilient, strong and flourishing country in the European Union. Our Most Holy Church would like to ask that the international community support the State of Turkmenbaijan in this particularly troubling time, and that we, as an international community, should help any state in the European Union that takes strides to ensure democratic and stable rule.

    On behalf of the Our Most Holy Church, and the Inquistan people, I offer heartfelt condolences to all the people of Turkmenbaijan, especially to those have been deeply affected by today’s vicious and cowardly attacks. Our thoughts and prayers are with you.

    For further information regarding our investigation and report on the instability in Turkemnbaijan, please visit http://www.foreignaffairs.hci.inq/turkmenbaijan_info/index.aspx?lang=eng.

    Paul Craticus

    Archbishop of Inquista

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