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40 years a Catholic and nearly 40 years supporting CAFOD

Long-time CAFOD supporter Malcolm Green recently celebrated his 40th anniversary of becoming a Catholic. Here he reflects on 40 years as a Catholic and nearly as long as a supporter of CAFOD: 351 more words


EVENT: Is sustainability good business? – Panel Talk, Wednesday, 15 October

There is still time to book a place on CAFOD’s evening lecture on sustainability in business this Wednesday, 15 October.

Sustainability is surely a good idea. 244 more words


One Climate, One World Campaign Launch - Saturday, 18 October

Join Southwark Justice and Peace and CAFOD for an exciting day celebrating the launch of CAFOD’s One Climate, One World campaign.

You’ll have a chance to hear directly from CAFOD’s Peruvian partners about how climate change has already started to affect their lives. 306 more words


One Climate, One World: Eco-warrior. Who, me?

This blog – by Anne in north London – is the first of a weekly series to launch our One Climate, One World campaign. We can all take small steps to better love our neighbours and care for creation – but it’s hard to know where to start! 830 more words


Soup lunches, cake sales and car washes for Harvest Fast Day!

Good luck and thank you to everyone who is organising or taking part in a frugal meal or other event for Harvest Fast Day today! 394 more words


Thank you to all who organised events for Harvest Fast Day!

Thanks go out to all the schools and youth groups around Westminster that organised events for this year’s Harvest Fast Day!

On Sunday, around 20 young people from the Church of Christ the King, Cockfosters, organised a car wash for CAFOD after Harvest Fast Day Masses, with the help of Brother Albert, of the Chemin Neuf community. 152 more words


Planning a simple Friday supper on Harvest Fast Day? Look no further for inspiration!

CAFOD has launched a cookbook, Friday Suppers, featuring recipes written by the former recipe tester to the UK’s best-selling cookery writer Delia Smith.

The book was written by Pauline Curran, a lifelong Catholic who worked alongside Delia Smith for two decades, to provide inspiration for meat-free meals for those observing Friday abstinence. 430 more words