What is leadership?

Marchers holding a wide banner and carrying flags
Israeli Arab and Jewish workers march together on Women’s International Day. Their banner says “Women demand fair employment and social justice”.

Neil Thorns is our Director of Advocacy, Communications and Education at CAFOD. He shares some reflections and thoughts on the role we can play in the challenging, uncertain times.

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Three simple ways to remember loved ones this November

During this period of remembrance, Maggie Mairura from our Remembrance Team shares three simple ways she remembers her loved ones this November.

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A sizzling summer recipe for laughter, happiness and hope

Photos by Joe Martin

Nisha started volunteering for CAFOD in her parish two years ago. Despite her busy schedule as a staff nurse, she relishes the chance to put her incredible cooking skills to use for a good cause – read on for a special taste of one of her favourite summer recipes, tuna cutlets, and to hear how it helped bring her parish together after the pandemic.

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Five affordable summer activities

Mariacristina with her husband and son

Mariacristina – CAFOD’s email marketing guru and high-level Neapolitan food Jedi – almost manages to start the book she’s been waiting months to read, but instead shares five brilliant summer activities and some delicious recipes.

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Grow local, think global

St Patrick’s Church, Wapping

A church in east London is home to a kitchen garden that has raised thousands of pounds for CAFOD. Parishioner Lance Lawlor Smith writes about how this garden has made him feel connected to the people across the world.

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Leaders of the future: Catholic women in public life

Julie Etchingham, Marie-Claire Amuah, and Baroness O’Loan, DBE on the panel

In early November, 50 women gathered in the London Jesuit Centre on a cold and rainy evening for the ‘Leaders of the future: Catholic women in public life’ event, which was co-organised by CAFOD and the Catholic Bishops Conference of England and Wales.

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5 ways to help you through Harvest

Hands holding seeds

We know that people are living through challenging times. But as people of faith, we have the power to do good even when times are tough. That’s why, this Harvest, we’ve organised wonderful ways to get involved with CAFOD’s work. Together with friends and family, you can make a massive positive difference to the lives of so many people around the world.

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