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The April 2020 edition of the NW NJPN E Bulletin looks at the many changes we are having to make to our daily lives and the way we worship due to the coronavirus pandemic. Poems and reflections help us to adapt to what Cardinal Vincent Nichols calls ‘a strange, strange Sunday’, the first of many for the foreseeable future. Let’s use this enforced solitude well to reflect on all that is good, to slow down our busy lives and take stock. Let’s celebrate the many acts of kindness from friends, family and strangers in our communities.
Central America also features this month as well as the results of the Columban’s ‘Throwaway Culture’ competition for young writers and film makers. There are book reviews and a song for St Patrick’s Day to lift our spirits.
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As violence escalates in the Central African country of Cameroon the NW NJPN E Bulletin for March 2020 leads with a call for urgent peace talks. Opinion pieces highlight the mixed reception of Querida Amazonia, Pope Francis’ response to the Amazonian Synod. Many feel the opportunity to relax the celibacy rule to allow married priests and women deacons has been lost. The bulletin also features current news from around the world plus local events.

Booking now open for the NJPN Annual Conference – details on page 18.
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As the U.K. Government votes overwhelmingly to scrap legal protection for child refugees the February issue of the NW NJPN E Bulletin also looks at positive action against the US Administration’s policy of separating immigrant families and its continued detention of unaccompanied children on the borders. A round-up of current events and campaigns includes Holocaust Memorial Day, with opinion pieces from poet, author and activist Michael Rosen and blogger Robert A Cohen, a report of ground-breaking action by Muslim leaders joining Holocaust survivors in prayer at Auschwitz, a moving speech in support of the Palestinian people from Prince Charles, Climate Change in the light of the Australian bush fires, Poverty Action Week 23 Feb, Lent resources, Franz Jagerstatter film review and diary dates for the next two months.


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January 2020 NJPN North West eBulletin Available Now

The January 2020 issue of the NW NJPN E Bulletin focuses on the aftermath of the December 2019 General Election with an excellent in-depth analysis of “Our uprooted nation: from Brexit to a Christian vision of the Common Good” by Anna Rowlands – a long read but well worth it.  A last minute addition comes from Sojourners USA following the assassination of Iranian General Qasim Soleimani by the Trump administration – see page 12.  World Peace Day is also featured alongside two articles by a 16 year-old student from Macclesfield and tributes to eco-theologian Ed Echlin and HCPT founder Br Michael Strode who died recently.  Here in the UK we look at a new Care for the Elderly initiative from CSAN, the Catholic People’s Week programme for 2020, art and film reviews and a diary of local and national events – all making up a varied bulletin.

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