Bishop Richard Moth on taking a pilgrimage through the Holy Doors of mercy and hope

10/12/2015 8:43 am

Bishop Richard Moth, the Bishop of Arundel and Brighton, looks at Holy Doors and the significance of passing through one this year to make a pilgrimage of mercy and hope.

"The image of the door applies to our hearts too. We are called to open the door of our hearts if we are to truly experience mercy and it is when we experience mercy that we come to share it with others.

"May this year be a time when we take a pilgrimage in mercy and hope to see in the open door - whether that be a cathedral, a shrine, our home, the prison cell - the call to open the door of the heart to mercy and love that is hope and life."

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