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, Women in Black, 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.
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. Setting off from St Luke’s at 1.00pm
Join us for our annual Ash Wednesday Service of Repentance and Resistance at the home of the UK’s weapons of mass destruction.
We will start at the car park next to the South Gate where we will mark each other with ashes and then process with the cross to the South Gate accompanied by readings, prayers and hymns. All are welcome. There may be transport available from Glasgow. Please get in touch for further information: email@example.com
GCOMS 2017 will run from 20 April to 23 April – we hope this may give an opportunity to spread actions and events into the week-end.
A great opportunity to raise the issue of military spending – asking the question, “does it make us safer”. Help others to think about this with a stall in your town centre or church. Highlight the opportunities that are lost when governments spend money on the military rather than on health, education, development, climate change and more…
Ideas on how to run stalls here
Pax Christi is supporting this day of action by faith groups. There will be a variety of prayers, readings, silent worship from 10.00 am until the last session, run by Pax Christi at 4.00pm.
Full details of the day here
We will gather at the roundabout at the end of Royal Albert Way (nearest DLR station, Prince Regent). If you are in a position to help us with our own service or in advance please let us know. Here you can read an account of the No Faith in War gathering in 2015 (scroll down to item by Peter Hickey)
Pax Christi Liverpool calls for repentance for the possession of trident nuclear weapons. “Nuclear deterrence and the threat of mutually assured destruction cannot be the basis of a ethics of peaceful coexistence amongst peoples and nations.” Pope Francis
Join us on ash Wednesday to express our sorrow for the possession of Trident nuclear weapons. Make a Banner or bring musical instrument
Process through Liverpool City Center pausing for prayer and reflection. Gather 12 noon at st Luke’s bombed church and finishing at 1pm at the Queen Elizabeth Law courts . This witness is in solidarity with those gathering at the Ministry of Defence in Whitehall. Make a Banner or bring musical instrument
Ash Wednesday 2018 Leaflet
Join us for a time of prayer and symbolic action at the Ministry of Defence on Ash Wednesday 14 February 2018. We will reflect on our own need of repentance and conversion and call our Government to repent of its involvement in nuclear war preparations. We will also be inspired by the encouragement of Pope Francis and other religious leaders and the success of the Nuclear Weapon Ban Treaty in 2017.
We meet at 3.00pm in Whitehall Gardens (closest to Embankment station. Come out of station on rive-side and turn right and walk to Whitehall Gardens)