Tuesday, December 15, 2009


+ From Ecumenical News International:

Copenhagen bells ring, candles flicker, archbishop links love to climate

Copenhagen, 14 December (ENI). Bells pealed as a warning on climate change after the Archbishop of Canterbury told a church service in Copenhagen, attended by people from major faiths and Christian denominations, that humanity can only show love to all by making the earth a secure home. Archbishop Rowan Williams, the spiritual leader of the 77-million strong Anglican Communion, preached the main sermon before Danish royalty, Denmark's prime minister and religious leaders in a packed Church of Our Lady, Copenhagen's Lutheran cathedral. "We cannot show the right kind of love for our fellow humans unless we also work at keeping the earth as a place that is a secure home for all people," Williams said at the 13 December service described as "an ecumenical celebration for creation".

A more detailed report is offered by ENI at http://www.eni.ch/featured/article.php?id=3616

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