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CAFOD in Shrewsbury Aug 17
Have you missed out on being a delegate ? Why not come to Liverpool and take part in the Parallel Event programme. Loads going on, including a workshop and exhibition. Sacred Heart Church, West Derby Rd & Low Hill L7 8TN Saturday Workshops 12, 2 and 4pm
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CAFOD Aug 15
Today we placed 400 pairs of shoes outside Westminster Cathedral to mark the incredible support of our supporters. Together we have walked 100,000 miles, that is 4 times around the world in solidarity with refugees and migrants who are forced to flee their homes.
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CAFOD in Shrewsbury Aug 17
Are you a delegate ? Find our workshops to help prepare yourself and your parishioners for the event
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Bridget Fenwick Aug 16
Receiving medal from Bishop Robert Byrne. The medal is for the generous who are helping us on the weekend. Pls retweet
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CAFOD in Shrewsbury Aug 10
Very excited about our involvement Thanks to everyone who has already offered to volunteer with us on Friday & Sat 7/8 Sept in Liverpool. See you there! We are still looking for helpers on Saturday. Why not join the team-reply to this tweet and we’ll get in touch.
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CAFOD in Shrewsbury Jul 5
2 Corinthians 9:7 “Each one must give as he has decided in his heart, not reluctantly or under compulsion, for God loves a cheerful giver.”
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CAFOD in Shrewsbury Jun 22
Some facts about refugees. Let's share it!
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Pope Francis Jun 17
Let us share the journey of refugees and migrants with concrete gestures of solidarity.
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CAFOD in Shrewsbury Jun 21
In case you did not know, we have walked the distance of the world for refugees! Fantastic news! THANK YOU so much for helping. We want to make it around a second time, so keep adding your miles so we can show world leaders that we want them
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CAFOD in Shrewsbury Jun 18
Today it starts the and we want to start by saying thank you to all of you who have been taking part of the walks as part of campaign
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CAFOD in Shrewsbury Jun 15
From CAFOD's Shrewsbury Office we want to wish to all the fathers a wonderful Father's Day this weekend!!
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CAFOD in Shrewsbury Jun 14
“God destined the earth and all it contains for all people and nations, so that all created things would be shared fairly by all humankind under the guidance of justice, tempered by charity.”
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CAFOD in Shrewsbury Jun 3
From school volunteers to communication ones, THANK YOU. Thanks to all the work we have walked thousands of miles for . Let’s keep moving
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Siobhan May 2
Thank you for having me back! Loved being back at ! Was great to share stories of the communities in Sierra Leone
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Anne Litherland May 7
parish walk 20.5.18 after 11am mass in solidarity with refugees
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CAFOD May 1
We need to raise £10800 this , which could pay for 288 weighing scales and measuring tapes to diagnose babies with malnutrition! Will you help us? Sponsor us here - the UK government will double your donations>>
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CAFOD in Shrewsbury Apr 26
Thank you to all at !
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CAFOD in Shrewsbury Apr 26
Brilliant involvement from Holy Apostles and Martyrs church, Wallasey, who have helped to with refugees, migrants and people on the move! Thank you for your support
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David Brinn Apr 26
Buzzing atmosphere for today’s training for our schools visitors. Drawn from and
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CAFOD in Shrewsbury Apr 26
Here is the North West team on their recent walk... Could you hold your own in your parish or school to stand in solidarity with refugees, migrants and people on the move? Find out more:
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