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A Rainbow Vision: A MultiFaith Adventure! by [Hitchens, Rev Mrs Cathy]
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I was born in the North East of England in 1948. I have been twice married and have four grown up children. I was among the first women priested in Canterbury Cathedral in 1994. I recently retired as the Coordinating Chaplain at HMP Canterbury having served as a prison chaplain for 15 years in a variety of prisons. During the ten years I worked at Canterbury, I was in a privileged position coordinating a team of chaplains who represented all the main world faiths. Three of those years was spent as Area Chaplain responsible for the care of the chaplaincies in the prisons of Kent and Sussex. Chaplain General William Noblett and his drive to create parity amongst faith ministers in the prison chaplaincies, inspired me to develop the MultiFaith ethos at HMP Canterbury. It was a venture that I came to believe in passionately. It won the Chaplaincy Team a Butler Trust Award (much coveted in the Prison and Probation Services) presented by The Princess Royal at Buckingham Palace. I have written 'A Rainbow Vision' since retiring encapsulating the changes in prison chaplaincy that I experienced and which offer the world hope for all who dare to grasp the vision!

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 1364 KB
  • Print Length: 46 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: Rev Mrs Cathy Hitchens; 1 edition (22 Jun. 2014)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00L85UPRO
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  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars 7 customer reviews
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This book shows the passion and love that Cathy truly believes in. As you read this book, even if you were not part of the team at HMP Canterbury, you would catch the vision of the work that Cathy was so fond to promote. Every prison coordinating chaplain needs to read this wonderful book and endeavour to continue the work of multi faith in their prison using this as a blueprint. Their role and their team would be able to work better together pushing forward the foundation that Cathy so lovingly developed.
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What a timely publication!
In a world where difference (and especially religious difference) is so often seen to result in suspicion, antagonism and, all too frequently, in conflict and violence, this little book points to the possibility of another way. Cathy tells the story of how, rather than being destructive, difference can become a source of enrichment where one or more people share a new vision. This tale is about her work in a prison, but I believe it's message about collaborative working and the resulting mutual growth, is one we all need to hear. I trust the book will be read widely by men and women of a variety of faiths and give them hope and inspiration wherever they are living or working.
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Excellent well written and and thought provoking read! I had the pleasure of witnessing first hand the work of all of the Chaplains led by Cathy at HM Prison Canterbury, this book accurately reflects the shared passion, vision, and achievements of all of the Prison Chaplains in providing life changing experiences for prisoners, staff and visitors alike. Well done Cathy for putting into words and print!
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It's a very good read, full of enthusiasm and fire. I really hope that her model does spread. The implications go far beyond just the ministry to those in prison. It provides a way of understanding our faith in relation to others which could help different faith communities in the country as a whole to see how they could live together in mutual understanding, support and harmony.
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