The local priest, Father Murphy talked about how evil seemed like a mass of unstoppable water, but that by our prayers, protests and other actions we would build a wall of sandbags that would restrain evil and then diminish it.
I spoke briefly, quoting words from the start and end of an ancient Christian work I had been reading, the Didache, which is older than much of the New Testament - which was well received by the clergy present. I talked about continuing the work of Shahbaz Bhatti, promoting the March and the website – www.h4pc.com which is a great way of spreading the word about the march and the cause.
The deacon from Halifax then spoke, echoing the call to make links, to join with others who were laying down ‘sand-bags’ against evil.
Afterwards I did a little link-making of my own, getting to know several of the brothers there, and ended up talking theology!
Unfortunately I was not able to get many pictures as I had to rush for a train to get my connections home, but I did get one video of one of the Urdu speakers....'
Unfortunately Nathanael's video was too large to post, so we have a still image below