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Father Michael Lapsley , who lost both hands in a letter bomb explosion
Father Michael Lapsley , who lost both hands in a letter bomb explosion
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Internal News - 05 May 2006

The F-Word: A photographic exhibition

A national exhibition of photographs and personal testimonies from people who have experienced atrocities and who have been on a journey towards forgiveness.

Testimonies come from around the world including, UK, South Africa, Northern Ireland, Rwanda, Romania, Israel, Palestine, and the US.

Visitors to the exhibition at other venues have testified that they were moved and challenged to reframe attitudes of revenge and forgiveness.

The exhibition will be running Monday 8 - Friday 12 May, from 10am each day, in the Chaplaincy - down the steps, next to the library.

There will be a reception to launch the exhibition in the Chaplaincy at 6.30pm on Monday 8 May. John Rackley, a chaplain with wide experience of international reconciliation work will give a short address.

For catering reasons, please email if you would like to attend.


The Forgiveness Project is a young charitable organisation – with no political or religious affiliations – working at a local, national and international level to promote conflict resolution and restorative practices as alternatives to the endless cycles of conflict, violence and crime that are the hallmarks of our time.