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A moving new film narrated by Cold Feet star John Thomson tells the stories of three people who have been helped out of homelessness. Caritas, the official charity of the Diocese of Salford, supports more than 1,500 homeless people every year, helping them to get back on their feet, find a home and regain hope
Salford is the first place in England to get formal recognition for its ambition to become a Living Wage City. The Living Wage Foundation recognised the city under its Living Wage Places scheme on 11 November, 2019. On the eve of the formal announcement it was therefore fitting that the Rt. Rev John Arnold, Bishop of Salford concluded the Living Wage Foundation
“Stretch out your hand to the poor”. Sirach 7:32 To mark this year’s World Day of the Poor on Sunday 15th November, Bishop John has recorded a special message to remind us all of the calling we have to help improve the lives of the most needy in our own communities. Click on the link
Living Wage Week is the annual celebration of the Living Wage Movement and this year runs from 9th – 15th November. To mark the occasion, a series of online events are being held with key speakers, including Bishop John Arnold and other leaders from across our region in a webinar entitled: Rebuilding with the Living
Morning Star Hostel is for single homeless men aged over 35, particularly those sleeping rough, and/or those with alcohol issues, who have a connection to the Manchester area.
We provide services to people who have been involved in the adoption process through Catholic Children’s Rescue Society.
St Joseph’s Welfare Centre in Collyhurst supports vulnerable, isolated older people living at home in North Manchester
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