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CAFOD in Shrewsbury 15h
why not look in to supporting today. If you live in Shrewsbury diocese send us an email to find out how you can do this: shrewsbury@cafod.org.uk
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CAFOD in Shrewsbury 22h
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CAFOD Feb 15
"Young people demand change. They wonder how anyone can claim to be building a better future without thinking of the environmental crisis and the sufferings of the excluded" - Pope Francis.
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CAFOD in Shrewsbury Feb 12
Thank you for being such a great audience tonight for ‘s talk on our work in Bangladesh. Also for the amazing cheque for £5,475 from
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CAFOD in Shrewsbury Feb 12
Looking forward to tonight’s talk by our Programme Officer for Bangladesh, Richard. If you live in or near why not come along and hear about the great work ‘s partners are doing. All welcome. St Alban’s Parish Centre at 7.30pm.
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CAFOD Feb 11
We are forced to turn away one in three requests for help because we don’t have enough money to go around. Fr Racho, Kenya; 'The need is so great here, you can’t help everyone because people are just so remote.' We have the potential to reach everyone, if you reach out with us.
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CAFOD in Salford Feb 11
We’re getting involved in here at in Salford by making origami green hearts for our MPs! Could you do the same? Our planet is precious, help us to spread the word. 🌏💚
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CAFOD in Shrewsbury Feb 11
Powerful film that explains our new look...
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CAFOD Feb 9
Pope Francis calls on us all to make simple daily gestures to care for future generations and for our common home 🌍 We’ve partnered with Ecotricity, a 100% renewable energy company. For every switch, they will donate £60 to CAFOD.
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CAFOD in Shrewsbury Feb 7
Oops nearly forgot! Our third Lent meeting in Runcorn with our fabulous Programme Officer Richard to tell us about ‘s work in Bangladesh. Everyone welcome. See you there?
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CAFOD in Shrewsbury Feb 6
Lent talk in St Alban’s Macclesfield . Hope to see you there!
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CAFOD in Shrewsbury Feb 6
Please join us for our Lent briefings. Come and listen to Richard talk about ‘s work in Bangladesh. All are welcome.
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CAFOD Feb 4
Feeling discouraged by the decisions in Parliament? Sign up to be an MPC and we will send you letters or emails three or four times a year asking you to contact your MP when you can make a real difference 💚
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CAFOD Feb 2
We need to work together to go further, faster to end climate change. Together we Catholics can turn the tide. We can treat our home with respect by leading the way, taking responsibility and forging new habits. Use these resources to pray for the climate and creation 💚
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CAFOD in Nottingham Jan 28
Once upon a time, a group of Catholic women organised the very first Family Fast Day. One project in one country. And now thanks to the of it's now over 500 programmes in over 43 countries!
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CAFOD Jan 28
A brutal war is starving Yemen’s children. Today, we stand together in and say: enough is enough.
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Maria Elena Jan 26
Do put Wednesday 26 June in your diary! lobby will be brilliant with opening event!
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CAFOD in Shrewsbury Jan 4
If you’re a young adult in Shrewsbury diocese interested in becoming a visit the link below to find out more.
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CAFOD Jan 1
In this New Year, may we strive to bring about a world where all live free from the threat of violence and war 🕊️ May we be lovers of peace, givers and creators of hope 🙏✝️
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Nana Anto-Awuakye Dec 31
Unstinting generosity and compassion from the UK public in 2018 for some of the world’s humanitarian crises - supporting vulnerable women, children, young people, elderly, disabled, men. In 2019 please do not forget families in
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