Stonyhurst College, Lancashire: Red Wednesday November 22nd 2017.
Red Wednesday was on November 22nd. It’s time to see red about the world’s indifference to genocide, crimes against humanity and persecution.
Red Wednesday 2017 at Walsingham, Norfolk.
22nd November 2017 #RedWednesday Event London
Standing in solidarity with those suffering for their faith
By John Newton
#REDWEDNESDAY is a sign to those who suffer for their faith around the world that they are not forgotten – according to the newly appointed Coptic Orthodox Bishop of London.
Coptic Orthodox Bishop Angaelos’ remarks came during an address he gave at a service outside Westminster Cathedral to mark #RedWednesday (22nd November) which drew attention to the persecution of Christians and members of other faiths.
Pointing to the busy streets of London, Bishop Angaelos said: “In the midst of all of this, it is unfathomable to think that there are still hundreds of millions potentially who suffer for their faith today.
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