Raymond Pelly is an Anglican priest in Aotearoa New Zealand. He has an MA in Theology from Oxford University and a Doctorate in Ecumenical Theology from the University of Geneva. Besides serving in numerous parishes, he has taught at Westcott House, Cambridge; St John's College, Auckland; and the University of Massachusetts (Boston Campus). He was also Visiting Scholar at the Episcopal Divinity School, Cambridge, Mass., in 1982-83 and 1995-96. His most recent work, 2005-14, has been as Honorary Priest Associate at the Cathedral of St Paul, Wellington, where he had a ministry of counselling, spiritual direction and education. Raymond's book, Pilgrim to Unholy Places, is soon to be published in Europe. It raises questions about hope post-Auschwitz to which Wharenui: House of Hope is a New Zealand response. Raymond is also a keen photographer.