Skip to comments.London celebrates ‘mini Assisi’
Posted on 06/26/2013 9:14:30 AM PDT by haffast
An interfaith gathering in London to pray for peace has been pronounced a welcome first by the president of the Pontifical Council for Interreligious Dialogue, Cardinal Jean-Louis Tauran.
The event, held at Westminster Cathedral Hall on 13 June, was the highlight of a four-day visit by the cardinal, who told The Tablet that the gathering was uniquely British and "beautiful". The London gathering was inspired by the Day of Prayer for Peace convened by Pope John Paul II in 1986 at Assisi.
Representatives of nine religions delivered prayers and reflections in their own tradition, then placed a pot of white roses to the side of the stage.
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Prayers for peace available here (pdf):
I’ve seen a Mini Cooper. Wonder if a Mini Assisi has more leg room.
The ONLY way this could have gotten off without violence is with a muzzie imam as one of the “religions”
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