During the evening you will hear from museum staff and special guest speaker, Tim Briggs, a family member of one of the CO’s.
There will also be a special display of artefacts relating to the CO’s to view.
Light refreshments will be available during the evening.
This is a FREE event, but donations are welcome. Booking is required. Please go to Eventbrite or email email@example.com to secure your place.
This is a Yorkshire Sabeel event.
Two young Palestinians tell us about the impact of the Nakba in the lives of their families
• How can our solidarity help to bring about justice in Palestine?
• Can Boycott, Divestment & Sanctions make a difference?
Programme 6.00-8.00pm – refreshments available
Free – donations welcome
Bishop Rowan Williams will present his public square lecture addressing the contemporary and crucial question of ‘What does national identity mean these days?’ with an opportunity for the audience to delve further into this vital subject.
Given the political climate in the country this is something well worth attending.
Tickets for this event are free – but please register for this event.
At this meeting we will welcome the new Director of Pax Christi, Theresa Alessandro, to share some of her thoughts about where Pax Christi is heading and to hear about the work that the Commission has been doing, especially with local members of Pax Christi.
Anyone in the Leeds Diocese is welcome to come along to a Commission meeting and you are especially welcome if you would like to come along to this meeting. Please email the office for further details.
A special celebration of mass will take place with those living with disabilities, their carers, families and friends.
Light refreshments will be served in the hall aftwerwards and anyone coming along is encouraged to bring some food to share.
Further details are available from Rev Joe Cortis, Leeds Caritas Coordinator – you can email him if you have any questions or need further details : firstname.lastname@example.org
You can also download a flyer to display in your church community.Event Flyer
The idea is that you email your MP beforehand to say that you will be coming on this day and that you want to meet with them to express your concerns about the changing climate and what further action you would like Government to take.
Here’s an idea – why not write to them and send them a copy of Laudato Si and say you want to discuss some of the key ideas in it with them!
CAFOD have organised coaches to go from each diocese down to this event in central London: you will be joining many other Catholics who are deeply concerned about this issue.
You can book a place on the coach (cost is £25) through their Eventbrite page – you will need to find the entry for the Leeds Diocese for your tickets.
You can also use the link to let CAFOD know that you are going but that you are arranging your own transport (which doesn’t cost anything!) – it is helpful for CAFOD organisers to know approximate numbers of CAFOD supporters to expect.
(*** NB This event was initially advertised as the 19 – 21 July. Please note the revised dates given***)
The major partner for the conference is Church Action on Poverty.
Our Chair, John Battle, will be the overall chair for the conference.
For more details and booking please see the National Justice & Peace Network websiteNJPN Conference details