Anglican Leader: Holocaust Must be Told Again and Again
Thu, Jan. 27 2011
By Christian Today
The Archbishop of Canterbury has spoken of the need to remember the atrocities committed against the Jewish people in the Holocaust and even in Britain’s own history, as well as other victims of genocide.
In a message to mark Holocaust Memorial Day today, Dr. Rowan Williams said the works of poets such as Holocaust survivor Paul Celan and Etty Hillesum served to remind the world of the “loss of humanity that remains in our midst to this day.”
“Although other poets have spoken for those killed in Armenia, Cambodia and Darfur, many stories from these and other genocidal events remain untold,” he said. the rest