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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Thank you for joining CAFOD’s Christmas Fun Run

CAFOD’s Christmas Fun Run took place on Monday 27 December in Liverpool and Bollington, and ‘virtually’ across the country. CAFOD’s Neil Roper, who took part, tells us all about it.

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Sewing for solidarity and peace

The CAFOD group at St George’s parish in Norwich, Norfolk, has been standing in solidarity with communities overseas for years. The parish group holds events every month of the year, including fundraising events such as marmalade sales, parish lunches and Christmas lucky dips. This Advent they also sold two nativity sets, which they made out of fabric.

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Run, walk or toddle for CAFOD this Christmas

CAFOD’s Neil Roper remembers last year’s virtual fun run, while looking forward to this year’s virtual run and the return of the Liverpool and Bollington fun runs – inviting you, your family and friends to get involved this year.

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World Gifts in your parish: Inspiring others to give from the heart

This Advent, CAFOD parish volunteers and supporters are sharing the joy of coming together as a parish community with creative ways of fundraising for World Gifts in their parishes.

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“The eyes of the world are on us”: Message from 50,000 Catholic schoolchildren to the government

The eyes of the world travelling banner

More than 50,000 Catholic children and young people have united to show the government that we want them to stop the climate crisis, and support those living on the frontline of climate change.

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My journey with the European climate pilgrims

A group of European climate pilgrims have walked from Sweden, Poland, Italy, the Netherlands and Germany to Glasgow, where the UN climate summit – COP26 – is being held. Carol Cross, from CAFOD’s Middlesbrough Diocesan Office, met the pilgrims when they visited Holy Island.

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