Down Under Christian leaders pray for peace, love and understanding

The Anglican sermon at St Andrew’s Cathedral was given by its dean, Phillip Jensen. Some of his words were reminiscent of the Easter message from his brother, Dr Peter Jensen, the Anglican Archbishop of Sydney.

Mr Jensen touched on the apology given by the Prime Minister, Kevin Rudd, speaking of how “the nation took time out to say sorry to the stolen generation and to our indigenous fellow citizens”.

“Future generations will look back at us and shake their heads and wonder what did we think we were doing in our day,” Mr Jensen said.

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