A Bumper Crop of online Opportunities

This week we have lots of interesting events and gatherings for you online.

Livestream Mass for all CAFOD Volunteers, Thu 25 Feb, 10am

Fr Con Foley of Christ the Prince of Peace parish in Weybridge will livestream the Mass and prayers for all CAFOD Volunteers. This promises to be a lovely occasion to which all are welcome.

Youth of Gaza: Stories from a Lifetime Under Blockade, Thu 25 Feb, 6:30pm

In this webinar CIDSE (an international family of Catholic social justice organisations) invites three inspiring young activists from Gaza to share the stories of young people behind the numbers we hear about in Western media. Their work and experiences show how the youth Gaza relentlessly continue the struggle for justice and dignity in their own way.

The Challenge of Water in South Sudan, Tue 2 Mar, 11am

Join us for a transformational talk about the water crisis and our inspiring work in South Sudan. Ibrahim Njuguna CAFOD Country representative in South Sudan and Thomas Delamere CAFOD Programme office in South Sudan will be reporting on the situation in the region.

Stations of the Cross: Every Friday throughout Lent at 11am

This Lent, we will walk through the Stations of the Cross online in a prayerful journey of transformation in solidarity with people living in poverty around the world.

See our online talks page for more information.

Life Without Taps

St John the Baptist Primary LFD 2016

Hello to everyone at St John the Baptist primary in Andover! Everyone looks like they thoroughly enjoying their special visit by our Education Volunteer Jenny last week! Jenny started off their special day with an assembly on water, asking the children what water is used for in their homes and what might happen if they didn’t have safe, clean water. Continue reading

Please support our Nepal Earthquake Appeal

Nepal poster

CAFOD has launched a £3 million emergency appeal following the devastating earthquake that hit Nepal on Saturday. An initial £100,000 has already been committed. The Disasters Emergency Committee (DEC), a coalition of leading aid agencies of which CAFOD is part, has also launched a joint appeal.   Continue reading