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Human Trafficking - Responding Locally

12th February 2018

Join us on February the 20th for an evening of practical advice on combatting human trafficking in your community.

Traffickers convicted by evidence from Caritas Bakhita House residents

30th January 2018

Three residents of Caritas Bakhita House, the refuge for women rescued from modern slavery, have given evidence which has led to the successful prosecution of their captors. All three women were trafficked from Romania and trapped in modern slavery in the UK.

A proud new partnership with Debt Charity

19th January 2018

From January, Caritas Westminster has begun working with StepChange, one of the UK’s leading debt charities.

Caritas and PACT Team Up to Deliver Presents for Prisoners Children

19th January 2018

For the second year in a row Caritas Westminster has teamed up with Pact and Angel Tree to ensure children who have a parent in prison can still receive a Christmas gift from them.

Bishops call on UK Government to help Calais migrants

30th November 2017

After visiting Calais to see the work of Maria Skobstova House, Bishop Paul McAleenan, and Bishop William Nolan, President of Justice and Peace Scotland have issued a joint a statement calling for more help for the hundreds of young migrants still living in Calais.

Foodbank Advent

17th November 2017

This year, why not think about giving an item a day to a local foodbank over the advent period.

Fr James Hanvey- Say it with your Life

6 Ways to Take Part in World Day for the Poor

7th November 2017

For the first World Day of the Poor, Pope Francis has asked us to create moments of encounter.
As this is the first time it has happened, here are 6 easy steps you can follow this World Day of the Poor

Social Economy: Putting people before profits benefits everyone

Gail Williams meets the Pope

24th October 2017

Gail Williams, the Caritas St Joseph's Centre Manager, recently met the Pope whilst she was in Rome for a conference on people with intellectual disabilities.

Related Articles

Human Trafficking - Responding Locally

Join us on February the 20th for an evening of practical advice on combatting human trafficking in your community.

Traffickers convicted by evidence from Caritas Bakhita House residents

Three residents of Caritas Bakhita House, the refuge for women rescued from modern slavery, have given evidence which has led to the successful prosecution of their captors. All three women were trafficked from Romania and trapped in modern slavery in the UK.

A proud new partnership with Debt Charity

From January, Caritas Westminster has begun working with StepChange, one of the UK’s leading debt charities.

Caritas and PACT Team Up to Deliver Presents for Prisoners Children

For the second year in a row Caritas Westminster has teamed up with Pact and Angel Tree to ensure children who have a parent in prison can still receive a Christmas gift from them.

Bishops call on UK Government to help Calais migrants

After visiting Calais to see the work of Maria Skobstova House, Bishop Paul McAleenan, and Bishop William Nolan, President of Justice and Peace Scotland have issued a joint a statement calling for more help for the hundreds of young migrants still living in Calais.

Foodbank Advent

This year, why not think about giving an item a day to a local foodbank over the advent period.

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