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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.

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Maria Skobtsova Calais Update

24th October 2017

Interested in volunteering in Calais? Br Johannes of the Maria Skobtsova House in Calais gives an updates on the situation and appeals for volunteers to help.

Join our team!

11th October 2017

Caritas Westminster are looking for a new development worker to join our team.

Human Trafficking Evening

9th October 2017

On  19 September, Caritas Westminster and the Santa Marta Group gathered local and met police together to help communities in Barnet, Camden, Islington and Brent recognise the signs of modern slavery and human trafficking and learn practical ways to combat it in their community.

The Poverty of Loneliness - The importance of befriending

9th October 2017

Join us on Tuesday the 7th of November for an evening discussing the 'epidemic of loneliness', the response of the church and charities, and get a taster of befriending training to enable you to reach out to the isolated in your community.

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A Place of Welcome- Night Shelters in Your Community

29th September 2017

Join Caritas Westminster, West London Mission, and Housing Justice for an evening about homelessness, setting up night shelters, and how you can help.

Parish Saturday Clubs September-December 2017

18th September 2017

Saturday Clubs run by parishes are a place for children or adults with learning disabilities and their families, to enjoy activities, socialising and support.

Related Articles

Fr James Hanvey- Say it with your Life

6 Ways to Take Part in World Day for the Poor

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

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.

Maria Skobtsova Calais Update

Interested in volunteering in Calais? Br Johannes of the Maria Skobtsova House in Calais gives an updates on the situation and appeals for volunteers to help.

Join our team!

Caritas Westminster are looking for a new development worker to join our team.

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