Plaque

Philip Lawrence

Inscription

Philip Lawrence, Headteacher of St George's School, gave his life 8.12.1995 in defence of a pupil.
'Love does not come to an end' I Corinthians

{Around the edge:}
Love takes no pleasure in other people’s sin but delights in the truth. It is always rbady {sic} to trust to hope and to endure whatever comes. 

{On the plaque below:}
This memorial was raised by public subscription led by Abbot Laurence Soper OSB & Harry Greenway MP, for church and nation.

The full text from I Corinthians 13:4-8 reads: "Love takes no pleasure in other people’s sin but delights in the truth; it is always ready to excuse, to trust, to hope, and to endure whatever comes. Love does not come to an end."

Site: Philip Lawrence (1 memorial)

W9, Maida Vale, St George's Roman Catholic School

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Philip Lawrence

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Philip Lawrence

Teacher.  Born Ireland.  1993 appointed headteacher of St George's School.  S...

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Harry Greenway

Conservative MP for Ealing North 1979 - 97.

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Abbot Laurence Soper

Searching for a picture we were shocked to find the picture source website wh...

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