Today is Holocaust Memorial Day. With it falling on a Sunday this year I hope that across the world those who will be in Church will find a moment to reflect upon both the horrors of the Holocaust and also  the causes of a racism that to the murder of over six million Jewish people across Europe.

Today I stood in the Cathedral in Inverness as we prepared to end a responsibility we have
undertaken here for four years.

On the Centenary of the outbreak of WW1 a candle had been lit in the Parish Church in Inverness
that candle was then escorted across the river to the Cathedral and we have kept a candle burning
until this weekend, the remembrance of the ending of the war.

Bishop of St Andrews
The Primus, the Most Rev. David Chillingworth, speaks on Radio 4's the Sunday Programme about the Scottish Episcopal Church's decision to amend its marriage canon and allow nominated clergy to conduct marriages of same-sex partners.