At least 9,000 people, including CAFOD supporters from every diocese,....
The time has come to take positive steps to repair the damage we have caused to God’s creation and find a way to live in harmony with the world again....
I attended the launch of “One world one Climate” CAFOD at Amigo Hall Southwark on Saturday 18th October. The event organised by the Archdiocese of Southwark and CAFOD gave an opportunity for JPIC campaigners and CAFOD campaigners and supporters to meet and discuss Climate change and its consequences for the
“Called to Life in All Its Fullness: accepting the responsibility of our baptism” was the theme of this year’s annual conference of the National Justice and Peace Network of England and Wales.
The aims of the conference: to empower lay people to accept the responsibility of their baptism; provide an opportunity
Reflection for Lent.
This day included in addition to quiet time; Mass in Southwark Cathedral, and input by Patrick Jamiru, Director of Caritas, Sierra Leone, and a member of its Justice and Peace Commission.
Patrick explained how, with his team, and supported by CAFOD, he works
On Tuesday 22nd January 2013, Sister left Rosary Priory at 7am.This was a very early start for an event which was to begin at 9am in London. The first part of the journey was to Romero House, not far from Westminster Bridge. Leaving there Sister travelled, with a member of Staff
The open networking day was held at CAFOD Romero House, Southwark. After a report on the meeting of Justice and Peace(Europe) held recently in Malta, in which we heard how refugees ( for whom the country is the first staging post between Africa and Europe) are treated with compassion and
The official launch of the Denis Hurley Association took place in Westminster, on the evening of 23rd November 2012. It was hosted by Bishop John Arnold, who represented Cardinal Murphy O’Connor, among the patrons, were Baroness Shirley Williams, MP,
On Saturday 10th November a large number of people attended this launch of the HUNGER FOR CHANGE Campaign at Cathedral Hall Westminster, both hall and balcony were full. Participants were divided into 6 groups and, with regular
The National Justice and Peace Network Conference (NJPN) was held at: The Hayes Conference Centre Swanwick Derbyshire Friday 20th -Sunday 22nd July
Theme: “A New World Order- China today and Our Response.”
Some 300 adults attended this annual Justice and Peace Conference. Also attending were a number of little children