So, the protestors have finally been moved from St Paul’s Cathedral and the place ‘deep-cleaned’. Such an uplifting sight. The maiden aunts inside St Paul’s can go back to peering nervously through their lace curtains of incense at the real world outside. So that’s all right then. (pic from Telegraph http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/picturegalleries/uknews/9110392/Occupy-London-anti-capitalist-protesters-evicted-from-St-Pauls-Cathedral.html) Advertisements
Christmas tells us two big things. First, what changes things isn’t a formula for getting the right answer but a willingness to stop and let yourself be challenged right to the roots of your being. And second, we can find the courage to let this happen because we are let into the secret that we are in the hands of love, committed, unshakeable love.
Archbishop Rowan writes in the 5 December issue of the Radio Times: “One of the slogans on the posters and banners in front of St Pauls Cathedral has been What would Jesus do? This started life in the US some years ago, with people wearing wristbands with WWJD on them. Its one of those things […]
I have been trying to get to the bottom of the stand-off between some of the staff at St Paul’s Cathedral, and the Occupy London protesters. This is easier said than done. There’s a lot of lazy journalism out there, reporters who don’t bother to check facts, but content themselves with quoting others. A reporter […]