Sister Lucy Dunne FMSJ – Retirement from Cornerstone Day Centre “There are good people who need us. For some of them this is the only family and connection they have. Just taking the time
Most of us have been feeling isolated and lonely at some point throughout the pandemic especially the elderly. The past 18 months have been difficult for those who have had no access to technology
Manchester Cathedral Caritas is delighted to be attending CAHNS annual flagship event to launch this year’s Black History Month, where we will be sharing the transformational work we are doing with African communities through
Towards an ever wider “we” is the theme chosen by the Holy Father for the 107th World Day of Migrants and Refugees. “We are all in the same boat and called to work together so
The Experience of Encounter ~ Caritas Westminster event to help us welcome refugees and migrants. Thursday 9th September 2pm Our friends in Caritas Westminster are hosting the following event. All are welcome to attend.
The withdrawal of US and UK troops from Afghanistan has resulted in the rapid recapture of the country by Taliban forces. The consequential political upheaval and threat of violence has caused internal displacement within
Our former Director, Mark Wiggin, recently represented Caritas Diocese of Salford at the Action for Life on Earth 2021 Conference of the National Justice and Peace Network of England and Wales (NJPN), held 23rd
The Ripples of Hope Festival celebrates the power of people to make human rights a reality for all. Guest speakers include: Marcus Rashford; Hilary Rodham Clinton; Nazir Afzal plus many more. This brand new 5-day