South London schoolchildren tell us why they joined the Walk Against Hunger

This Lent children and young people all over England and Wales are walking in solidarity with the 200 million children around the world at risk of malnutrition. By setting up JustGiving pages and getting sponsored to walk, schools are rising thousands of pounds to fight hunger.

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Feast of the Annunciation: Slowing down and saying ‘yes’

For the Feast of the Annunciation, Caroline Stanton of our Theology team  reflects on how we can slow down to listen to God’s call in our lives and respond with the courage and generosity of Mary.

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Walk Against Hunger around the world

Hear from some of the people around the world who are joining in CAFOD’s Walk Against Hunger challenge and find out why they’re taking part this Lent.

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Stepping up to the Walk Against Hunger Challenge this Lent!

Bronagh and her family walking for water last year

Hi! I’m Bronagh from Leeds and I’m lacing up my boots this Lent to Walk Against Hunger. Here’s why this challenge means so much to me and my family and why I’d love you to get involved too!

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Why Christine is walking against hunger this Lent

Walk Against Hunger is the new Lent walking challenge from CAFOD. Christine Allen, CAFOD’s Director, tells us why she is getting involved and why the issue of hunger is so important to CAFOD and its history.

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Holy Week: Walking the Camino de Santiago

One year, before lockdown, rather than visiting family in Scotland CAFOD’s Anne Fegan decided to have a different Holy Week. She walked the Camino de Santiago, and found each day memorable for different reasons.

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