Catholic Association for Racial Justice 40th Anniversary

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Catholic Association for Racial Justice 40th Anniversary

When and where:

Saturday 25 May from 10.30am at Amigo Hall, St George’s Cathedral, London, SE1 7HY


Saturday 21 September from 10am at St Patrick’s Church, Foundry Street, Oldham

About the event:

(Open to all and free to attend, with lunch served and a Sung Mass)

To mark the important milestone of their 40th anniversary, Catholic Association for Racial Justice (CARJ) is holding these two events.

On Saturday 25 May in London, CARJ will launch a new ‘Racial Justice Agenda for Change’, which will be the vision for the work of CARJ for the future.

The Agenda for Change will build on the experiences and learning of the past 40 years and put forward a strategy for bringing about greater equality and creating a racially just church and society.

The second event will be held in Oldham at St. Patrick’s Church, Foundry Street at 10am on 21st of September 2024 (more details to follow).

For more information and to take part, please email your interest to info@carj.org.uk or visit their website www.carj.org.uk

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