Live Simply Tip of the Week The second part of the Laudato Si’ pledge calls us to Live More Simply. In Laudato Si’ Pope Francis invites us to, “return to that simplicity which allows us to stop and appreciate the small things, to be grateful for the opportunities which life affords us, to be spiritually detached from what we possess, and not to succumb to sadness for what we lack.” (222). As a way to live Laudato’ Si, we invite you to look for ways to use less, to share more, and to focus on relationships instead of things. There’s 10 items in this series – one each week
Week 6 Drive Less —Talk to friends about sharing a car or vehicle for grocery trips, to and from Church and other opportunities. Bike, walk, or use public transportation whenever possible.
Volunteers Needed! EVENING MEALS FOR THOSE IN NEED starting on 16-11-20 at Saint Clares Day Center,6-8 Marine Place,Worthing BN11 3DN .Jason Earl form Eats/Cocks Kitchen has offered to cook 50 fresh meals a day along with the Pie n Mash House who are offering their end of day food. This will have to be collected and then distributed. Firstly, to our homeless community from Saint Clares Day Center between 6 and 7pm.This will be a take away service only. What is left will go to our families in need! If you would like to help- please message Worthing Soup Kitchen on FB or call 07984766375.Thank you! Khristina.
Send a Christmas message to the brave https://cafod.org.uk/Campaign/Latest-campaigns/Messages-to-the-brave Every day, human rights defenders and environmental activists across the world are risking everything to defend our brothers and sisters and protect our common home Let’s not forget them this Christmas send a card of solidarity to the brave either on-line using the link above or by writing a message on a card & send to CAFOD CAFOD, Romero House, 55 Westminster Bridge Road, London, SE1 7JB
Book your place here and bring others along if you can!Sat 14 Nov, 11am to 4pm Join our campaigners’ conference to discuss the world we want to create – one where we respond to Pope Francis’s call and ensure plans for recovering from the crisis tackle poverty, inequality and the climate emergency. Hear from practical theologian Sam Ewell, climate campaigners and CAFOD’s Head of Advocacy Neil Thorns, with participative sessions and discussion.