LSE Limelight #19: Faith in LSE’s Virtual Campus

“When hierarchies of power and systems are being broken down it makes everyone ask the bigger questions. This intense awareness of pain and our own mortality gives me this longing for something more.” – Lauretta Garrard, a second-year student.

In this episode, we speak to Lauretta Garrard about faith in LSE’s virtual campus. She tells us about the Christian community centre she is living in which is hosting elderly individuals vulnerable to Covid-19. She also shares how her Christian faith is supporting her through this time and how she has been exploring The Bible’s guidance on pain. Presented and produced by Maisie Adair. 

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