Ten weeks after the tents of Occupy movement were removed from outside St Paul's cathedral, a group has been launched seeking to cement the ties between churchgoers and activists with a march from London to Canterbury demanding social justice and greater economic equality.
A newly formed group called Occupy Faith, inspired in part by a similar project in the US,
announced plans on Tuesday for the so-called pilgrimage for justice, a
12-day trek next month between St Paul's and Canterbury cathedral, the
seat of global Anglicanism, supported by a range of activist and faith
groups, including those from other religions.
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