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Pax Christi invites you to pray for a Vatican sponsored conference on the theme ” Perspectives for a World Free from Nuclear Weapons and for Integral Disarmament” Invite you parish, school, community to set aside a time of prayer or arrange a Holy Hour. Let us know what you plan. Download leaflet here
Remembrance of all children, Palestinian and Jewish. Killed through 50 years of Occupation 1967-2017. Jews for Justice for Palestinians asks you to join us in remembering 50 years of Israeli Occupation, with music, reflection & lighting thousands of Yahrzeit candles. Trafalgar Square Universal Children’s Day
Pax Christi will be represented at this gathering
An evening chaired by Bruce Kent with speakers:
Tim Wallis and Vicki Elson, Treaty Compliance Campaign , USA
Janet Fenton, CND Scotland
Arielle Denis, ICAN France
Maaike Beenes, PAX Netherlands
Kate Hudson, CND UK
The theme for Peace Sunday 2018 is Migrants and Refugees – seekers of peace
Every year Pax Christi promotes the Holy Father’s World Peace Day Message on the 2nd Sunday in Ordinary Time. This is in the Liturgical Calendar cycle of prayer. Pax Christi sends resource materials to every parish in the country to help them mark and celebrate the day. The theme reflects the the relationship between migrants, refugees and peacemaking.
You can download resources here
And order resources here
You can make a Peace Sunday donation here
The talk “The Call to Nonviolence to heal our broken world” will be given by Pat Gaffney of Pax Christi. Pat is a member of the Catholic Nonviolence Initiative and General Secretary of Pax Christi.
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)