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The Refugee Journey

The Blessed Sacrament and Sacred Heart CAFOD groups in Exeter ran an ecumenical event on Friday, 28 April, entitled: The Refugee Journey – Global, National and Local perspectives. 772 more words


Climate Change Workshop at Taizé Birmingham

St Peter appears quite oafish in the Alfresco of the Last Supper that lies behind the altar of St Michael’s Roman Catholic Church in Birmingham.  Broad shouldered and stern faced he looks as if he should be ‘engaging’ in a scrum not with the disciples and Christ over bread and wine.  780 more words


Local Wolverhampton campaigner travels to parliament to ask MPs important questions before the general election

Trevor Stockton, 77, travelled from Wolverhampton to Westminster to speak with MPs in Parliament to ensure the interests of the world’s poorest people will be kept in mind during the upcoming general election. 452 more words


Understanding CAFOD

What is CAFOD? How did it start? How does CAFOD work overseas?

If you’d like to know more about our work please join us on Saturday 6 May, 1-5pm at St Mary’s the Mount Parish Centre, Glebe Street, Walsall, WS1 3NX. 91 more words

Upcoming CAFOD Event

So there’s going to be an election - get positive and do something

So Theresa May has called a snap election for June. She says she had no choice but for many of us, it feels like the last thing the UK needs. 560 more words


A major coup for the North-East

On Thursday 2nd February at Curtis Auditorium, Herschel Building, Newcastle University. 5.30 pm,  Lord Nicholas Stern will reflect on what’s happened in the ten years since his landmark report on the economic impacts of climate change. 76 more words
Upcoming CAFOD Event

Five ways to start a conversation about climate change

Sarah Croft works in CAFOD’s campaigns team. This week, she’s challenged herself to talk to five new people about climate change. Why?

Last week I was shocked to learn that women my age are the group least likely to talk about climate change, even though they are the most concerned about the issue. 556 more words