Translation by Michael Laudahn
In the entrance hall at Scania’s university clinic in Lund, there is a room for silence, which is open 24/24 to visitors. According to Svenskakyrkan [the swedish state’s official lutheran church], here you can ‘sit in silence, light up a candle in our candlesticks, pick a word on your way (a jar word) [*)], and write into the book of intercession.’
The video clip shows some moslems who want to use the room, and approach the priest with some simple demands during the dialogue:
Priest [female, swedish, lutheran]:
But you wish that we remove the cross?
This is just what you feel (uneasy with, own remark [I assume the author is trying to say that he couldn’t hear the priest on the video and was making an educated guess])
Exactly, exactly, yes, you know our members, this is going to be a little delicate or difficult, that they will come and say, this is a church.
Later the priest communicates: I don’t think this will be a problem (to remove the cross) but I will treat this with my colleagues, while more demands are being expressed by the moslems…
There is a second video at this link as well. You can see how it has now become less multi-faith and more Muslim. A microcosm for the world itself.