On this day the whole Church unites in prayer and fundraising to support Catholic communities living in poverty, violence and oppression across the world.
Join other parishes and schools in working towards CAFOD's Livesimply Award as one of your Laudato Si' pledges.
“We are entering a special time of connecting with people throughout Essex and East London so that we can listen and learn from one another.”
“Celebrating a Synod,” said Pope Francis, “means walking on the same road, together.” He characterised the Synod process as one of encounter, listening, and discernment.
Bishop Alan Williams asks all members of the Diocese to pray for Sir David and his family.
A group of charities, religious groups and residents, led by the SVP's Tony Roche, have been honoured for their work in feeding vulnerable families on Canvey Island during the pandemic.
“Future generations will never forgive us if we miss the opportunity to protect our common home,” say scientists and religious leaders, ahead of COP26.
Why not make it one of your #laudatosipledges to stand up and be counted at this march?
Representing all displaced children, many separated from their families, the 3.5m puppet is travelling over 8,000km embodying the urgent message “Don’t forget about us”.
In his pastoral letter for the launch of 'Laudato Si' Invitations, Commitments and Actions', Bishop Alan invites us all to make three personal pledges to help heal our common home.