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Share The Journey

There are so many people who have been displaced, forced into exile, terrorised into becoming refugees and asylum seekers. One of the terrible facts according to Bishop Drainey’s article published in April’s  Voice (Middlesbrough diocesan newspaper), is that “people become displaced persons every 20 minutes, and that half of the world’s refugees are children”. 187 more words


Introducing myself

My name is Obinna Emmanuel Nwanyanwu

I am originally from Nigeria but have been in the UK since 1st October 2011.

I studied BSc information communication technology at Teesside University and graduated in May 2016. 238 more words


Let there be light – for those without it

CAFOD volunteers and supporters came together at St Anthony & Our Lady of Mercy parish in Hull for a short but thoughtful service highlighting our current campaign, Power to be, on Sunday 26th November. 150 more words


Parishioners in North Wales share Brazilian families’ joy after campaign success

Thanks to the support of parishioners from across the Diocese of Wrexham who were amongst the 4,000 people to support a CAFOD petition, over 1,000 people in São Paulo will spend this Christmas safe in the knowledge that they no longer face eviction from their home. 392 more words


New volunteers at St Joseph (Thame) hear about CAFOD's work

In July 2017, Deborah Purfield (Coordinator for Oxford N&S deaneries) was invited by Fr David Hartley (parish priest – St Joseph Thame) to give a talk at all masses to inspire parishioners and give them opportunities of putting their faith into action by… 565 more words


Supporting UK Aid - MP Correspondents make a difference

CAFOD MP Correspondents (MPC) write to their MP about issues of global justice, usually (but not exclusively) in connection with CAFOD campaigns. Through these letters, correspondents build a personal connection with their MP, grab their attention and give them a mandate to act. 335 more words


Four Ways to Get Involved with the Power to Be campaign in Your Parish

Every child has the power to achieve great things, yet without access to electricity, the world’s children are being held back from living life to the full. 332 more words

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