Cardinal Archbishop of Westminster

Faith leaders on prayer and worship during pandemic

The following is a video of Cardinal Vincent in conversation with Rabbi Ephraim Mirvis and Archbishop Justin Welby. The three faith leaders discuss the effect of the closure of the houses of prayer on the faithful, and how their communities can learn from one another how to deepen our life of prayer.  They reflect on the house church and how people show creativity in using modern technology to share in this life of prayer. #Godsustains

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