Keep up-to-date with Pax Christi and other peace-related events. If you are organising a Pax Christi event in your own area send us details and we will post them here.
We thought it important to have a peace & justice presence at the Women’s March on 21 January ( in support of similar in Washington and around the world). Join us, as an individual or group….. we have been in contact with WILPF, CND, Pax Christi members and others who all hope to join us.
Meet in the NE corner of Grosvenor Square junction of Duke Street & Brook Street... bring suitable banners/messages. We will be there with our large Pax Christi Feather Banner so hope you can find us! Meet at 11.45…. process from Grosvenor Square to Trafalgar Square
More about the March here The message is: The politics of fear and division have no place in 2017.
Our Annual act of prayer, witness and resistance to nuclear war preparations. We will hold an event in London near/around the Ministry of Defence in Whitehall and encourage members to organise their own events around the country. Here you can download the Liturgy Booklet used in 2016 to give you ideas for prayers/symbolic actions.
Public act of repentance for preparations for Nuclear war (replacement of the Trident weapons system). Gather on the steps of St Luke’s, the bombed church and then process through city centre.
On this International Women’s Day celebrate Women Peacemakers! Use the Pax Christi postcard to write to a woman/women you know who inspire you as peacemakers. Order from the office. Pack of 20 cards £1.50
Speaker John Hobson will speak on his role within the Ecumenical Accompaniment Programme where he served for 3-months in the West Bank/Occupied Territories.
A one day event led by Pat Gaffney of Pax Christi introducing the work of the newly formed Catholic
Nonviolence Initiative of which Pax Christi is a founder member. This new initiative helped to shape the 2017 World Peace Day message, Nonviolence, a style of politics for peace.
Booking essential. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org