This year, Remembrance Sunday falls exactly 100 years after the signing of the armistice at the end of the immense suffering of WW1. In a time when the act of remembrance can stir mixed opinion, it is important that we are clear about the nature of what’s going on.
I turn to one of Bishops (Richard Kensington) for a lead on at least 3 things that we are doing:
i) Taking time to remember properly the suffering and tragedy of human conflict, and the sacrifice of so many people who gave their lives to build a better world;
ii) Reflecting deeply on the causes and condition of our human situation;
iii) Renew our commitment to strive for a world of peace and justice.