CCN Thought for the Week for 29th December – Bishop Michael Oulton, Anglican Diocese of Ontario, Canada

CCN Thought for the Week for 29th December – Bishop Michael Oulton, Anglican Diocese of Ontario, Canada

For our final CCN Thought this year, this wonderful, moving short film, from one of our most recent new partners, gently puts into a nutshell the power of the Coventry Litany of Reconciliation and the potential of the CCN – and indeed each one of us – to take forward its message from our own doorsteps and right across the world.

CCN Thought for the Week for 22nd December – Revd Canon Paul Oestreicher

CCN Thought for the Week for 22nd December – Revd Canon Paul Oestreicher

For our Christmas Thought for the Week, we’re delighted to share Revd Canon Paul Oestreicher’s message with you. Canon Paul was a Canon at Coventry Cathedral and Director of the Cathedral’s then Centre for International Reconciliation from 1986 to 1998, and continues to work as a journalist and expert on human rights, peace, faith and society. A Merry Christmas to you all!

CCN Thought for the Week for 8th December – Paul Maxwell-Rose, Christian International Peace Service (CHIPS)

CCN Thought for the Week for 8th December – Paul Maxwell-Rose, Christian International Peace Service (CHIPS)

This week, as we journey deeper into the season of Advent, we hear from Paul Maxwell-Rose, Director of CHIPS, one of our partners based in the UK, who outlines why the Christmas story has so much relevance to all of our work as reconcilers, and how CHIPS today follows Christ’s example in ‘taking both sides’ as the fundamental basis of its own community reconciliation projects.

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