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January exercise: Four reasons to be hopeful for 2017

Mark Chamberlain is a communications officer for CAFOD. Here he shares his four reasons to be hopeful for the year ahead.

This is a great January exercise: take five minutes to come up with four reasons to be hopeful with the world around us. 528 more words


Making a Difference

Hannah is 15 and studying hard at school to take her GCSEs next summer but manages to find time to campaign and fundraise for CAFOD in her parish. 244 more words


Hundreds walk in solidarity as Lampedusa Cross is delivered to Plymouth shores by Royal Navy

Marking the end of the Year of Mercy, hundreds from across the Diocese of Plymouth gathered in Plymouth city centre, travelling from as far away as Wool in Dorset and Truro in Cornwall, to take part in a Walk of Witness in solidarity with refugees. 473 more words


I’m dreaming of a livesimply Christmas...

This year, CAFOD supporter Stephen Garsed is encouraging fellow parishioners at Our Lady and St Edward’s parish in Preston, to think about living simply and loving abundantly this Christmas. 424 more words


Mercy is a profound aspect of God

CAFOD campaigners attended a special day of reflection to explore how to live out Pope Francis’ call to be “witnesses of mercy”. On 19th November a small group from Middlesbrough and Hexham and Newcastle dioceses attended a joint event in York led by CAFOD’s Head of Campaigns, Daniel Hale. 305 more words

CAFOD Middlesbrough

Why Campaigning Matters

All are welcome at St Austin’s Church, Stafford on 13 December at 7.30pm to hear from Dan Hale, CAFOD’s Head of Campaigns.

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Paris Climate agreement – what happens now?

Sally Tyldesley, CAFOD’s policy analyst for climate and energy, has just returned from UN climate change negotiations in Marrakech. Here she answers our tricky questions about the Paris climate agreement, what has happened since it was adopted, and what next for climate action. 761 more words