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Pope Francis calls us to be ‘… a Church which is poor and for the poor’. To be with those on the margins as equal partners, enabling them to find their own solutions to the issues they face.
Conference 2019 will work with Church Action on Poverty who are undertaking a three year project to challenge the Churches about where they put their resources. It will hear from ‘communities of praxis’ who are already involved on the margins, and engage in social analysis and theological reflection from the perspective of those on the margins.
Join us in 2019 to explore mission, theological reflection and social action with people who have been pushed to the margins of society by poverty.
Pax Christi members are supporting a new Women in Black vigil in Leeds, focussed on Palestine. It will happen on the first Tuesday of the month, beginning in August. Join them if you can!
Our annual remembrance of the Hiroshima and Nagasaki bombings takes place in the Choir Chapel at Aylesford Priory on Tuesday 6 August, starting at 8.20 pm. All are welcome to join us, not only Catholics, but people of any Faith, or none. Detail here
Our annual memorial service to mark the execution of Blessed Franz Jagerstatter in Germany in 1943. The service of prayers and readings will be held in the Crypt Chapel, Westminster Cathedral ( entrance via the car-park in Ambrosden Avenue).
This will be followed by a peace walk (more details to follow)
DSEI (Defence & Security Equipment International) is one of the world’s largest arms fairs. It takes place in London’s Docklands every two years. It is due to return in September 2019.
Pax Christi and other faith based organisations will be present on the No Faith in War day – Tuesday 3rd September