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Witness in the streets

by Margaret Duggan

NO DOUBT it was an even more straggling crowd in the Via Dolorosa on the first Good Friday, but this Walk of Witness in the town centre of Porthcawl, in Llandaff diocese (above), was a scene re-enacted all over the UK on Good Friday.

Organised by Churches Together in Porthcawl, it was joined by the Archbishop of Wales, Dr Barry Morgan, who also led the prayers and meditations. ...

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