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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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Please help us stop the eviction of 200 families in Brazil

Volunteers, Supporters, priest and Bishop from the Oxford North and South deaneries stand in solidarity with more than 200 families facing eviction from their home in São Paulo, Brazil.  244 more words


It Turns Out Canvassing and Political Ads Have 'Zero' Effect on Voters

When it comes to winning elections, political campaigns have long favored one tactic above all: persuading voters. Persuading voters in the street, on the phone, through the mail, at the front door, and even on TV. 574 more words


Journey to Justice- a CAFOD retreat

Jenny Seymour is a volunteer for CAFOD Hallam

In the current political climate it is easy to feel exasperated by the world we live in and the impact current decisions may have on our children and also the wider world. 173 more words


Help Support The Maua Community in Brazil #ficamaua

CAFOD and the Maua community

CAFOD’s Connect2 project in Brazil focuses on the communities in Sao Paulo, Brazil. One of these is the Maua community which resides in the Maua building in the centre of Sao Paulo. 404 more words