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March issue of the NorthWest eBulletin now available.

The March issue of the eBulletin is now available to read by clicking here.

Included in this issue is;
January saw the passing of two priests whose lives and spirituality have nourished and inspired many in the J&P community – Fr Owen Hardwicke and Fr Tom Cullinan. The March issue of the NW NJPN E Bulletin looks back on their lives and pays tributes to their ministry. Thanks are also paid to retiring NJPN Administrator Ann Kelly after 12 years of service and a warm welcome to her successor Geoff Thompson. A rousing talk by activist Phil Kingston on Christian Climate Action and the campaigning group Extinction Rebellion is also featured alongside a talk by regular contributor Ellen Teague of the Columban JPIC Team. There are reports on Holocaust Day, Child Trafficking, Pax Christi, Prison Sentencing Reforms, a Welcome Mass for LGBT+ Catholics and their families led by Cardinal Vincent Nichols, Women Deacons, Clerical Abuse and a wealth of Lent Resources plus a packed Diary.
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This year’s Lenten Journey Prayer Leaflet is now available to download at https://www.justice-and-peace.org.uk/cms/wp-content/uploads/2019/02/A-LENTEN-JOURNEY-2019.pdf
 
plus a Stations of the Cross for Young People suitable for Confirmation and Youth Groups athttps://www.justice-and-peace.org.uk/cms/wp-content/uploads/2019/02/Stations-of-the-Cross-for-Young-People-2019.pdf
Past issues are available by clicking here.
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Latest NW NJPN eBulletin available (Jan-Feb19)

The latest NW NJPN E Bulletin covers January to February with articles on the  recent COP24 talks in Poland, contributions from CAFOD, Christian Aid, the Fairtrade Foundation, Church Action on Poverty, Pax Christi, the Conference of Religious and the Jesuit Refugee Service, plus a packed diary of NW and national events.  Look out too for an interesting opinion piece from Professor Paul Rogers from the Department of Peace Studies at Bradford University. Regular guest contributor Jon Kuhrt, former Director of the West London Mission, has been appointed as a specialist advisor with the government’s Rough Sleeper Initiative team. We wish him every success.
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You can read this issue by clicking here, or by visiting our eBulletin page here, where you can also find previous issues.
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Community Sponsorship Scheme

CSAN and Caritas Salford with the support of the Catholic Women’s League have produced the attached leaflet about Community Sponsorship which will be sent to all parish priests early in the New Year, the letter can be seen by clicking here, and the leaflet can be downloaded by clicking here.

Caritas pic

They hope it will promote the scheme and build on the generous response from the Catholic community in England & Wales. CSAN will be writing to the diocesan bishops to let them know of the mailing.

Caritas A5 leaflet.

Letter to be enclosed in New Year 2019 mailing with leaflet.

Liverpool, MouthPeace, News, Uncategorized

MouthPeace Issue 104 (Winter 2018-19) Available Now!

The latest issue of MouthPeace is now available.

Issue 104 for Winter 2018-19 features many topics, including;

A taste of Palestine—Amos Trust
Forthcoming events
Open your hearts to a Syrian family
Pax Christi – peace issues
Creation Season -report & suggestions for follow up
40 years of Traidcraft
The Capacity Foundation
A Flawed peace?
Sorrows of Mexico, Saint Oscar Romero & the Border, the Migrant Caravan
Dates and addresses

To read the issue please click here.

Or for past issues please click here.