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Tuesday, December 6, 2016
The Sound of Many Waters - Catholics and Ecology at Clifton Cathedral
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¬†A year-long exploration of our need to care for our environment begins at Clifton Cathedral in Bristol this month. The celebrations will draw on Catholic teachings, insights and networks ≠ and are open to everyone. Sound of Many Waters is inspired by Mary Colwell a Clifton Cathedral parishioner, BBC Natural History producer and ecological campaigner. It is supported by a range of organisations including WWF, Alliance of Religions and Conservation (ARC), the Catholic Bishops' Conference of England and Wales and the Apostleship of the Sea. The Sound of Many Waters has backing on the national and international scene. Messages of support have been received from the Bishops' Conferences of Australia, USA and Scotland. Right Reverend Declan Lang, Bishop of Clifton said: "Join with us on the journey of Sound of Many Waters. Here at Clifton Cathedral we are embarking on a series of events that demonstrate action, prayer, fun, and reflection, to help us explore our need to care for our environment." Overview of events First Sound of Many Waters Saturday 29th September 2007 Not Just Hot Air St Francis Day Thursday 4th October Night Vigil of Reconciliation & Reflection for Creation Friday 15th February 2008 Dawn Chorus & Owl Prowl Spring Has Sprung - Let's Explore Sunday 6th April 2008 Saints & Sustainability United Nations World Environment Day Thursday 5th June 2008 Celebratory Conclusion Weekend of 4th & 5th October 2008
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