From Calais Light who we recently supported with a coffee morning. Please join us to STOP deportations of refugees to Rwanda!! The court hearing in the case to determine whether the Government’s Rwanda policy is unlawful has been confirmed for Monday 5th September.

Supported by charities on the ground in Calais, the major protest outside the Royal Courts of Justice in London will go ahead on this date.


LIVE SIMPLY Tip of the Week Get rid of the big items. There’s tons of little clutter in our lives, but if you start with the big items, you’ll simplify your life quickly and in a big way.


CAFOD Catholic social teaching (CST) is rooted in Scripture, formed by the wisdom of Church leaders, and influenced by grassroots movements. It is our moral compass, guiding us on how to live out our faith in the world.

They are: DignitySolidarityThe common goodThe option for the poorPeaceCare for creationThe dignity of work and participation


The Stations Refugee Exhibition is on display at Holy Family.  By showcasing the personal human stories of the refugees, the project aims to provoke a response from those who view the images and is part of a wider campaign encouraging politicians and public to see beyond the politics of the refugee crisis. The projects will also provide creative ideas and tools that enable a practical series of responses for those who feel compelled to act and participate. The creator of the exhibition wants people to Know, Feel and then do something. The hope is that you will.

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