Monthly Archives: January 2010

Chaplaincy Supports Union’s Haiti Appeal

A powerful earthquake ravished the island nation of Haiti on the evening of Tuesday, January 12. Much of the capital city of Port-au-Prince has been destroyed. It’s estimated that 3 million people, nearly one-third of the country’s population, has been … Continue reading

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Holocaust Memorial Day

Recently the woman who found Anne Franks’ diary died aged 100 in the Netherlands. In an act of great courage and humanity Miep Gies, and other employees of Anne Frank’s father Otto supplied food to the family as they hid … Continue reading

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The Chaplaincy Lecture – Rethinking the Contemporary relevance of Islam is TODAY !!

Today (Monday 8th February) beginning at 7 pm the Chaplaincy will be holding a public lecture. This lecture will take place in the Glamorgan Conference Centre on the Treforest Campus. Our guest Lecturer is writer and broadcaster Ziauddin Sardar. He … Continue reading

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Scriptural Reasoning – An Invitation

When people of different faiths meet, the result is usually one of two alternatives. On the one hand, there can be fierce debate and argument, with people of one religion trying to convert those of another. On the other hand … Continue reading

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