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Caritas Europa Jun 11
We are getting ready for the global week of action! People around Europe and the whole world want to show solidarity to our brothers and sisters in many different ways. Join us to show that we are all created equal and share similar hopes and dreams.
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Caritas Asia Jun 11
We're called to put our energies and commitment towards building synergy with other communities to place person’s dignity at the center of the attention H.E Archbishop Paul Tschang In-Nam Apostolic Nuncio to Thailand, Cambodia & Myanmar Apostolic Delegate to Laos
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Caritas Aotearoa NZ Jun 16
Today marks Day of Prayer for Refugees and Migrants as declared by New Zealand Catholic Bishops Conference. Join us in prayer and reflection on this day.
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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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Jon-Christopher Bua Jun 17
Dear Please Speak Out To President Trump Imploring Him To Stop Separating Children from their Parents
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Catholic News Service Jun 17
at Angelus: "Each of us is called to be close to refugees, to find moments of encounter, to value their contributions so they can be better integrated into the communities that receive them."
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CAFOD in Lancaster Jun 17
Holy Family parish, Freckleton, call for world leaders to step up and defend the human dignity of migrants and refugees by putting it at the heart of the UN agreements.
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Leeza Jun 17
On the occasion of Global Week of Action Caritas India and ISI organised a shared meal @ Bengaluru for migrant workers @
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Coexist Mode Jun 17
Replying to @Pontifex
U.S. govt says nearly 2,000 child separations at Mexico border in under two months. Why are we allow this to happen?
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Michelle Hough Jun 17
Waiting for Pope Francis and kicking off Global Week of Action in style.
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Bridget French Jun 16
in underway today. Clocking the miles in response to the refugee crisis
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Rich Raho Jun 17
Amid unfolding crisis on the Southern US border and ahead of Wednesday’s World Refugee Day, at today’s Angelus Pope says, “each of us is called to be close to refugees” who are “forced to flee their lands with great anxiety and persecution”:
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CAFOD Jun 17
God our refuge, you share the journey with migrants and refugees, lightening their footsteps with hope.
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Tony Sheen Jun 15
Walking 150 miles in solidarity with refugees around the world LOOP Day 14, Prayer Stop and Mass at Immaculate Heart of Mary, Hayes
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Catholic Relief 23h
Why we feel it is imperative to keep children with their parents.
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Caritas 22h
Caritas organisations around the world have kicked off a series of special events and shared meals to promote the strengthening of relationships between migrants & refugees and communities.
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CAFOD in Nottingham Jun 16
We have arrived 11 people 4.5 miles! 66 miles to add to campaign
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Caritas India Jun 13
Alin Naik. State of Odisha. India. We are all migrants.
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Caritas Jun 17
Pope Francis & Caritas organisations around the world invite you to 'reach out' to migrants & refugees and to
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SacredHeartSecondary Jun 14
Yesterday 300 students in Year 7 & Year 8 did something incredible, each student walked 1 Mile as part of CAFOD’s campaign to walk 24,900 miles - the distance of walking around the world in solidarity for refugees and migrants! It was great to
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