Interruption: Foot Washing – a Tradition Updated.

I walked into Canterbury City Centre yesterday, only to be greeted by our own Sister Marcellina (see  our FMSL sisters on the Contributors page). Would I like my shoes polished as an act of Christian service on the day Jesus washed his disciples’ feet? Sister Susan was watching, so I agreed and sat down.

Ruby from Saint Anselm’s Catholic School did an excellent job – thank you, Ruby, and thank you, the school, and thank you, Sisters and the other volunteers. This service  was led by Churches Together in Canterbury; it’s good to belong to the wider Christian Family, and to be doing such things together. I heard conversations about Christianity and Church as well as about the School in the short time I was sat there. One sows, another may reap.



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