Comments: Archbishop Herft talks about Multiculturalism

I read it; it's pretty much multiculti boilerplate.
Nothing that hasn't been said a thousand times before and put millions to sleep.

Posted by George Waite at Wednesday, 3 September 2014 at 8:32pm BST

The Chutney and Chow Mein talk reveals that in a multicultural Australia the Anglican Church does have a monochrome identity. Inclusion is so important - for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders, for refugees, for women, for all those on the margins. It's great that an Aussie voice will be heard in Southwark Cathedral.

Posted by Pam at Wednesday, 3 September 2014 at 10:51pm BST

George Waite's comment seems sadly deficient in charity - towards a Bishop in the Australian Church who has first-hand experience of being part of a multi-cultural situation well befits his qualification to speak on this subject in Australia.

no doubt, his address - to the Anglo-Catholic Conference at Southwark Cathedral on Saturday - will give a much-needed perspective on multi-Faith issues which concerns many religious thinkers in the newly-emerging situation of ISIS, which has brought a new and threatening experience of sectarian religious fundamentalism into our troubled world.

Multi-cultural understanding is an absolute necessity in the world of competing religious systems - requiring careful and informed opinion that might help to defeat religious fundamentalism

Posted by Father Ron Smith at Thursday, 4 September 2014 at 2:06am BST
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