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Coventry Cathedral's inspirational story of reconciliation continues as the Cathedral ruins are designated a memorial to civilians killed, injured or traumatised by conflict worldwide. We seek to educate and raise awareness of the continued impact of war, to reflect on these issues through prayer, pilgrimage, and call for positive change.
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The Coventry Burundian Community is planning to host a Peace Vigil for Burundi on Friday evening and it will start outside the Citizens advise bureau/Council offices at around 4pm and then we will move to University Square at around 4.30-5. You are all invited to join The Vigil for Burundi. Have a blessed Christmas everyone!
As our world leaders prepare to go to Paris for the UN Climate Change Conference, we invite all of our partners to pray this prayer for our world: Almighty God, by trusting us with the governance of the earth, you have made us collaborators in your creation. Give us the wisdom and respect to use the resources of nature in such a way that no one suffers from our abuses, and that generations to come will praise you for your kindness. Through Jesus Christ our Lord, Amen.
A French street artist has painted over the walls of bullet holes following Friday's attacks with pictures of a girl holding a small candle, and asking for love and light to shine in the face of last week's darkness. We continue to pray for light in Paris, Beirut, Baghdad, Syria, and other places around the world, and for us all to continue providing comfort for the families who will be grieving long after the news has moved on. http://www.ibtimes.com/paris-street-artist-fred-le-chevalier-painted-over-scene-attacks-inspirational-mural-2187380
We welcome the launch of the book "Stepping off the Map: Memories of a Cold War Adventure" to St Michael's House today. The forward was written by Dean John Witcombe of Coventry Cathedral.