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Quiet garden dedicated to Hume

AN OASIS OF green in the heart of the city has been dedicated to the memory of the late Cardinal Basil Hume — "monk and shepherd".

Fr Bruno Healey, priest at St Joseph's, Bunhill Row, London, has transformed an area of tannacdam into a quiet garden with running water, wind chimes and seating.

The London garden was

formally dedicated at an ecumenical service on the 17 June. The Rev Dr Leslie Griffiths, pastor of John Wesley's chapel in the city, gave the homily. He said: "I hope this garden will be a place where people can sense the presence of the living God. A place where they can also feel invigorated to go out and tell others.




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