[Anglican Communion News Service] A South African Anglican priest and social justice activist, the Rev. Michael Lapsley, will have a private meeting with Pope Francis on June 15, when he hopes to receive support for his international work in healing of memories.
Lapsley lost both his hands and one of his eyes after receiving a letter bomb while living in exile from South Africa. He has spent his life pursuing peace and justice issues. He described the forthcoming visit with the Pope as “a dream come true.”
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