Join us for our online talks this week …

Tuesday, 20 April 11am-12pm

Update on Coronavirus and Vaccination

Maria Gonzales CAFOD’s Head of International Development


Join us online to hear our panel of experts: Maria Gonzales Head of International Development, Matthew Carter Head of Emergency Response, Neil Thorns Head of Advocacy and Jenny Hayward-Jones Volunteer Coordinator about how the coronavirus has affected the global south a year on, and the hope that has come from the vaccination programme.

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Thursday 22 April 11am

Seven Ways the Church Changes the World

Join us online to hear Graham Gordon Head of Policy at CAFOD as he discusses his report about the distinctive role of the Catholic Church in development and humanitarian response.

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Join the Eyes of the World National Assembly 22 April

Our next national assembly “Eyes of the World” will take place on Thursday 22 April.

What is the assembly about?

The climate is in crisis and it affects us all. But it is the poorest communities who are suffering the most. The eyes of the world are on us this year as Britain hosts world leaders for the United Nation’s climate change talks – COP26. Over the past year we have seen how important it is to look after one another. Join our assembly and find out how we can come together to look after and care for the world which is crying out for our help, and tackle the climate crisis.

   Primary assembly will be at 9.30am on 22 April

  Secondary assembly will be at 10am on 22 April

Share this tweet! We’re joining @CAFODSchools national assembly on 22 April to find out how we can come together to care for the world, and help tackle the climate crisis.

How CAFOD’s Walk for Water has helped Reena

Many parishes in England and Wales have taken up CAFOD’s challenge to Walk for Water for 40 days over the Lenten period. Thank you so much!

Reena Pena, a parish volunteer at St Martin de Porres in Luton ,thought hard about taking up this challenge as she works shifts as a nurse in the hospital. However, she did decided to do it. She not only raised over £660 (well above her £200 target) to help those who haven’t got access to clean water but she was transformed in the process.

Here is her story :

Thank you Reena, you are such an inspiration!!

>> To support Reena, click here