The Importance of Ecumenical Dialogue

The Importance of Ecumenical Dialogue
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Wednesday, 26 October 2011

Invitation To Pray With Bishop Hopes, Or Be Quiet!



Roman Catholic Bishop Alan Hopes will join 40 days for Life London to lead us in prayer for an end to abortion. Bishop Hopes will arrive at the abortuary at 26-27 Bedford Square London, WC1B 3HP, for 7pm on Friday 4th November.

A few months ago Bishop Hopes joined the Helpers of God's Precious Infants in Twickenham to lead a pro-life vigil at another BPAS abortion facility (Report & Photos).

We feel very blessed to have Bishop Hopes with us. This will be the first time 40 Days for Life London has had a bishop join us in prayer at the vigil.

You are warmly invited to join us and bring a friend or anyboby else if you don't have any friends.





Deerstalker tip to John Smeaton




But why does it say, "or be quiet" in the title? Simple, here is a Bishop doing something right and just, be there or don't complain about the Bishops. 20% of the Bishops of Westminster will take part in 40 Days for Life, if 20% of the Mass attending Catholics in Westminster did the same the abortuary would close. Prove me wrong if you can, you just need to get 30,336 Catholics to attend the vigil!




(Photo of Bishop Hopes on way to the Twickenham abortuary)

3 comments:

Left-footer said...

Nothing to argue with here! Sadly I live 1,000 miles away, but will be praying.

Great post. God bless!

Veritatis said...

Very interesting. Will you be making any comment on today's blasphemous spectacle in Assisi? Funny how all the neo-con Catholics go quiet about things like this.

Gerard said...

Interestingly, Bishop Hope is a former Anglican clergyman. A fruit, therefore, of TRUE ecumenism.