St Francis House, Oxford

posted by Kaihsu Tai on November 25th, 2005

St Francis House, the Catholic Worker house of hospitality in Oxford, England, celebrated its first anniversary since their rebirth on Sunday 2nd October: reports Strangers and Pilgrims, their newsletter. They said goodbye to old member Effie, and welcomed new member Richard and other guests. Rachel and Susan planted figs and vines at atomic weapons establishments in the area with The Vine and Fig Tree Planters as explorations ‘beyond protest’, following the (mis)trials of the Pit Stop Ploughshares in Dublin. St Francis House has a focus on sustainable lifestyles, trying to do its part in countering climate change. Please pray for this community.

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