- Showing 3 posts filed under: Forgiveness [–] published between Nov 01, 2009 and Nov 30, 2009 [Show all]
Vicar forgives daughter's killers
Miss Boxall's father Simon, a vicar, said of her killers: "We want them to know that we forgive them.
He said he hoped "forgiveness will allow the girls to be released from the burden of what they have done"....
"That does not mean that what they did 'doesn't matter'. Of course it does.
"Nor does it mean that we think this trial need not have taken place."
He added: "For justice to be seen to be done those responsible have to face up to the consequences of their choices."
How does healing happen?
Colleague Frank Rogers will then give a presentation on “Restorative Justice.” In this presentation Frank will talk about the “Victim’s Journey” and the nature of forgiveness. One of the things that is so helpful in this presenation is something called ”The Misconceptions of Forgiveness.” Here’s the ten common misconceptions:
Interview with the director and cast of “Frozen”
Right now cast and crew are hard at work on the demanding task of bringing Bryony Lavery’s hard-hitting drama Frozen to life. The play is set to premier on December 3rd and run through the 12th of the month. It is a superb play about violent crime, emotional paralysis and the power and scope of forgiveness. Recently Shayne Dukevitch had the chance to ask Director Stephanie Sandberg and principle cast members Kitty Carpenter, Ralph Lister and Rebecca Monterusso some questions about the process of bringing this challenging work to life.