Traditionally November is the month for remembering. In this special episode of the podcast we offer an opportunity for reflection and remembrance in the company of Fr George Bowen on a tour of the beautiful London Oratory.
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Traditionally the darker months of the year – particularly November – are a time for remembering; for remembrance services; the lighting of candles; special prayers and the blessing of graves.
In this special episode of the podcast, made in partnership with the Catholic Church in England and Wales, we offer an opportunity for reflection and remembrance in the company of Father George Bowen as he takes us on a tour of the beautiful London Oratory.
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