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Christmas Wishes from CAFOD Westminster

From all of us at CAFOD Westminster, we wish you all a very happy Christmas and a peaceful and promising start to 2015.

Thanks to all of your support, CAFOD has been able to make a tremendous difference in the lives of many of hte world’s poorest communities.  148 more words


Pray and Fast for Climate

More and more people around the world are following the example of Filipino Climate delegate Yeb Sano when it comes to climate change. On the first day of every month Yeb fasts and prays for leaders to set a radical limit on carbon emmisions, and will be doing so each month leading up to the Paris Climate talks in December 2015. 86 more words


World AIDS Day - the Fast Track to Reducing Stigma

Today, 1 December, is World AIDS day, and you may see people wearing a red ribbon today to raise awareness and to reduce stigma. CAFOD works with individuals and communities living with and affected by HIV and AIDS throughout the world. 311 more words


O Come All Ye Joggers!! Nativity Run, Clapham Common, 6 December

Wondering where the tea towel has gone? Maybe someone has taken it to play Joseph in the CAFOD Nativity Run on Clapham Common. Why are people sprouting fake beards? 218 more words


Last chance to apply to be one of CAFOD's Young Climate Bloggers!

The closing date for applications to be one of CAFOD‘s Young Climate Bloggers is this Sunday, 30 November! Get your applications in now before it’s too late! 152 more words


'Escaping the Deadly Economy' - Fairtrade Fayre at Our Lady of Mount Carmel and St George

The parish of Our Lady of Mount Carmel and St George, Enfield, regularly holds a Fairtrade Fayre to promote fair wages for farmers and producers in the developing world. 578 more words


Rest in Peace Kath Barnard

Today at CAFOD Westminster we celebrated the life of Kath Barnard.

Kath was a true friend to all at CAFOD Westminster over the last 20 years—both as a brilliant landlord since CAFOD has moved to its present home here at the Church of Christ the King, Cockfosters, as well as a staunch supporter of CAFOD’s work. 44 more words