“To Live in Hearts We Leave Behind is Not to Die.” Remembrance Sunday at Pusey House, Oxford University, A Review of Worship at Oxford University

Authors

  • Peter L. Kraus University of Utah

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.18533/journal.v6i5.1164

Keywords:

Self and Identity, Therapeutic Writing, Developmental Creative Writing.

Abstract

In recent years, religious participation by students of all faiths at Universities in the United Kingdom has seen a steady increase in attendance. This brief essay is a case study of worship by members of the University Community at Pusey House at the University of Oxford, which reflects the trend. On a crisp fall, November day, the twenty-third Sunday after Trinity (8th of November 2015) I had the opportunity to attend services at Pusey House, Oxford on Remembrance Sunday while on sabbatical at The University of Oxford (St. Stephen’s House).

Author Biography

Peter L. Kraus, University of Utah

Peter L. Kraus is an Associate Librarian at the J. Willard Marriott Library at the University of Utah. During the Michaelmas term of 2015 he was is residence at St. Stephen's House, Oxford University

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Pusey House. Bulletin. Oxford University: Pusey House, 2015. Print. Pusey House, Twenty Third Sunday After Trinity, 8th November 2015

Pusey House, St. Giles Oxford. Pusey House, n.d. Web. 27 Mar. 2017. <http://www.puseyhouse.org.uk/>.

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Bingham, J., "Looking for Britain’s future leaders? Try evensong." Daily Telegraph (UK). N.p., 1 Mar. 2016. Web. 27 Mar. 2017.

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Published

2017-04-28

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Case Study